Hey every one at bit-tech! I'm new on these forums as you can probably tell, but I've been looking at many articles and reading a lot of project logs which have inspired me to start modding my self. Hopefully eventually getting to doing a scratch build. One thing I've had a hard time finding information on is what basic tools do you need? I mostly plan on cutting aluminum (maybe steel) and acrylic. I also don't have a large budget, hard to estimate a budget for tools right now. Pretty much the only tool I own at the moment that seems to be popular is a Dremel Speed MultiPro, which I've had for a while, and only own the most basic attachments that came in the box. I've also gathered that it is good to have a flex shaft for it. So my question is what are good attachments for the dremel? Ive also noticed attatchments such as the workstation which is supposed to work as a drill press, would this be a good alternative to a real drill press? Ive also wondered about how to tap holes and such for screws. I don't think I can afford a band saw, so any cheap alternative would be nice. Also what other tools are good to have? Jig saw, or is there some attatchment for a Dremel that workslike as well as a jig saw such as this? Thanks for any tips that you guys can give me!