Hi, I recently bought a sheet of brass .032 thick I believe, which I need to cut to make two "swivel" type hinges for a clock door. My question: what can I use to cut this. It's pretty thick, and I've never cut any brass before. I know it's not a very hard metal, but the sheet I have is not too pliable, or flexible. I have minimal tools (see below). Is there a way to score it, then bend it and snap it, or should I use something like a hacksaw, then sand down the cut side, or some sort of snips? Tools I have currently: hacksaw, coping saw (don't know if they sell metal cutting blades for these), Dremel rotary tool... Suggestions? I haven't started (or tried) cutting it yet. I might even be able to use old scissors (I have those scissors that are supposed to be able to cut through a penny), or borrow a pair of tin snips for this.