Once you get the knack for it scoring PCB is the best method with limited tools. By limited tools I mean anything other than a brake shear, or punch press. This video doesn't cover the technique I use. What I do is change the side to side angle of my knife with each pass. What that does is it releases a sliver out of the cut. Once material starts coming out of a cut then you're really going through! It takes seconds.
The scored edge is still a little rough when finished though. So if I want a really perfect edge I'll put a piece of sandpaper down and sand the edge of the board on that a few passes. As particular as I can be sometimes I've nothing to fault with things then.
in 3000-9000RPM range, if I roll it with a combustion engine? We would use it in a Formula Student racing car.
On a side note, the G+ spell checker does not know the word "inductor" - lame!
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