Next, line your bin with chicken wire to prevent any large debris from spilling in between your slats. Measure and mark the length of chicken wire you'll need to line the inner parameter.
Cut the wire to size using the Dremel 4200. We decided to use a shield attachment here as we anticipated a fair amount of sparks. To use the shield attachment, first remove the nosepiece of your tool. With the nose off of the tool, seat your EZ Lock Mandrel into place.
Now, screw the shield onto the front of the tool where the nosepiece was and place the EZ Lock cutting wheel onto the EZ Lock Mandrel. Set the speed of your tool at 25 and begin cutting along your desired cut line, holding the wire taught. If you notice chattering or feel you need to apply more speed, set your tool to 35.
Staple the wiring into place inside of the bin.