This instructable is an entry for the pocket sized contest, so you know what to do if you like it(or even if you don't like it, you can proceed as if you had liked it).
This is also my very first instructable and would like some feedback on it. (Thanks)
Your safety is YOUR priority. use caution when handling sharp objects.
Step 1: Your Supplies and Tools
An old piece of Random Access Memory
A keyring(preferably unused, but a used one is ok)
Sandpaper 100 Grit*(a small patch is fine)(not shown in picture)
Drill wit a 1/8" bit(not always needed)
*Grit: the number of grains of sand in one square inch of paper(approx.). This means that the higher the number printed on the back of your piece of sandpaper, the finer the grains of sand will be.
Step 2: Preparation
To set up your workspace, you should consider the following:
How close do you want the sharp blade of the knife to our arm when not using it.
And how much elbow room you want to allot yourself.
Here is how I set my workspace up...
the knives on the side away from where my elbow will hit them and get cut(ouchyy!),
the ring that wont come in until later up and out of the way,
the sandpaper back and center so its easy to get at when I am ready to use it
Step 3: Scoring and Preping the Module
Shown in the picture is the score line(which goes all the way around the module), and helps keep your cutting in line.
(you can see the score line in the side of the module in the light of the laser pointer...)