I need to make a protective cover for a test sample that has some fragile thermocouples sticking up. The current plan is a chunk of nylon with a cavity milled out and then slots cut into the walls for the sample to slide into and by held captive by. Now the trick is that the width of the slots is only 1.5 inches. Width of the slot is .125 inches. I'm thinking that a slitting saw could do that, but it would be cutting both slots at the same time. Climb cut on one side and conventional on the other. I'm hoping the saving grace is that it's only cutting nylon. But then I know plastics can be tricky too, so maybe it's the opposite of a saving grace. Any words or wisdom out there? Thank you!