I have vertical rails for shelving that I want to trim down for my low ceilings. Would the cheapest rotary tool suffice for this purpose?
I have a few other questions as well:
- What kind of blade should would I need to cut though this material?
- Should I buy more than one blade for about a dozen rails?
- What kind of accessory for my rotary tool would allow me to polish the sharp edges of this material after cutting? Would a file suffice instead and be able to reach all the sharp edges of this cross section?
This may seem like a simple question, but I have no experience working with a rotary tool and I have been caught out in the past while trying to drill through steel, which I discovered to require a Cobalt drill bit. I don't want to accidentally buy a blade that is unsuitable for steel or a rotary tool that is too weak for the job.