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Old 08-05-2009, 05:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Fragging a hammer coral

If I want to frag a hammer coral and a candy cane will I need a saw for that or will a good set of cutters do the job? Also is there anything special I need to know about doing this? This would be the first coral I have ever fragged. Thanks for your help.
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Good set of diagonal cutters will work. Find a branch and cut it at the base.
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Good set of diagonal cutters will work. Find a branch and cut it at the base.
Just becareful not to crack the branch.
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I've heard of people using dremel with cuttin disc. Just remember to wear protective gear.
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both corals are easy to frag. cut as low to the base as you can. if you plan on fragging alot. buy a dramel tool and youll be good to go.
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