QUOTE(infowarrior1 @ Aug 16 2011, 09:23 AM)
Why are you guys hung up on how easy it is. And not accuracy with drill press set to right settings more then one could be done. With little to no worry of damaging the spi
people will use whatever works for them. i first tried to use a dremel drill and that just didnt go to well for me. my hands are a bit shaky and it went all over the place and went a little too deep. i had only 1 somewhat successful out of 3 with a dremel drill. the somewhat successful one had eject issues. luckily theres a fix for that.
then i started using a soldering iron. so far im 15 for 15 with 100% success rate. no eject or disc spinning issues what so ever. i think using a soldering iron is easy and accurate because once you make your initial dot with it, that will be the only place you will be twisting the iron into.
a drill press might be a good idea. but id rather stick to something where im getting a 100% success rate right now