I found a description of the Dremel Tool process.
"Removing the handles was quick and easy with a Dremel and one heavy duty emery disc cutting wheel. I cut into the plate that holds the handles to the mug at each of the eight spot welds in four spots forming a square exactly on the edge of each spot weld. You have to use patience and care here not to go too deep into the plate or you will dip into the mug surface (like I did, umm. where's my JB Weld). When you have gingerly grinded into the plate about 1/64" pry it up a little and see if it tears up around the spot weld. Do this with each one. Later you can go back with a file and level the extra metal at each weld to get a flush surface."
Hope this helps you understand the process.
Here's a photo of my Ti pot bail handles. These are all BackpackingLight Firelite SUL pots, but I have done my MSR Titan Kettle and my Evernew .9L also.