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Punching holes in flash cards


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#1 drwmbt

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Posted 07 May 2015 - 03:15 PM

Hi guys, I like to use flash cards to drill myself on concepts that i need to study harder on, for certification exams. When I make a stack of 150-200 flash cards I like to put a hole in them and a ring thru them. that being said using a hand operated hole punch'er can be a pain in the ass to do them 5-10 at a time. I was thinking, does anyone else have any ways they are punching holes in their cards? Im thinking about buying a sealed pack of 200 cards and taking a 1/4" drill bit to them after finding some way to secure them in place maybe hold them with one hand while the other drills and make a perfect hole that way so i can punch all 200 at once instead of doing the 5 at a time bull-sh*t just wondering if anyone has any other methods of doing this.

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Posted 07 May 2015 - 06:19 PM

C clamp together with a couple of wood shims at the contact point. The c clamp, if sufficient size, will also provide a hand hold for you prior to drilling.


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