Take your nuts and bolts and screw in the plastic. If there are any pieces of metal sticking out, take the dremel and sand it down. Don't let it cut your fingers up like it did mine : ( After 2 hours of work and numerous mosquito bites, this is what I have:
As always, you can always customize this to your liking. No need to go step by step, break the rules! Now for the sad part of the guide. After finishing the case, I was turning off my dremel and for some reason it made an odd clicking noise. I thought, NO! this can't happen to a brand new 395! I turned it on and to my shock, the dremel now only operates at 30K rpms, will not vary at all! So I have sent my dremel away for a new one, hopefully it'll come back in time for some more action here at GideonTech. If you think this guide helped you at all, please let me know.