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This is the fancy tool/bit Jerry created for cutting out the foam core for embedding a nut. He first drills a hole large enough for the nut to fit through. Insert the bit through the hole, turn on the drill, and the bit destroys a section of the foam core. The shop vac cleans out the loose foam rubble.

Using a disposable pastry bag, we squirt the structural shmooey into the hole (see Pic 297). When the shmooey begins to squirt back out, we know that the hole is full. We waste a little shmooey with the pastry bag, as some gets trapped in the decorating tip - but this method is quick and efficient.

See next picture for more information on the foam removal bit.

12/7/2020   Picture 538

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