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Uses of a Dremel....

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Hey,

I got myself a rotary tool a the weekend for a bargain of 9.99....

But I do not have any uses for it.....

So far its just sitting there being used on stuff because i am bored....

What uses can it be used for?


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· Lord of the Cemetery
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Hey Rugs..
A Dremel is a really useful tool..It's probably the mainstay of many hobbyists arsenal.
Did yours come with any attachments?
you can get a wide range of attachments for cutting, grinding, sanding, polishing, drilling, engraving..so many different uses. The attachments should be readily available from your local tool supplier or somewhere like Focus, B&Q or homebase, in the tool aisles.
If you have any problem finding them, give me shout.
I think that if you asked most members here, none of them would be without their Dremel multi-tool.
I know I certainly wouldn't.
 

· Lord of the Cemetery
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....Just be caeful because the cut-off wheels can break and will fly great distances to attack the unknowing.
Very true..Those cut-off wheels are fragile, sharp and fly around at mach3+ when they go.
Safety goggles and a respirator are essential fashion accessories when using your Dremel.
 
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