How to Make Foredom Handpiece Shield
This paper describes two simple methods of creating a shield to be used on the end of a Foredom handpiece. The shield will prevent grindings and dust from being slung into the face. Always wear eye protection when using the handpiece.
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This paper will describe two methods of creating a shield to be used on the end of a Foredom handpiece. The shield will prevent grindings and dust from being slung into the face.
Note: Always wear eye protection when using the handpiece.
These are the items you will need to make one of the shields.
The black item is a film container that has had the end cut off and a notch cut as shown. Leave the original open end of the container alone. A jeweler's saw can be used to make the cut. The red item is electrician's tape. Any tape will work. The white item is a piece of mold rubber. Any thick flexible material can be used to replace the rubber.
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