Please do not ask by what insiduous means I happen to have obtained it
So I started playing around with it and thought I'd make a quick custom of whatever. That's when I realized how obsolete I've made this thing. I've had to make customs without a dremel for so long that there's not much use I have for it! It will come in handy for opening up figures' bodies though, and if it can do that without massive damage then it'll be worth it
I'm still not sure if I got a good deal on it though. It's a cordless Series 770 7.2V Dremel with two speeds (10000-20000 RPM). It came with a 1/8'' quick-change collet and 50 accessories (mostly cutting/grinding disks) and a carry bag. All for around 35 bucks.
So first off, is 20000rpm good enough for most customs? Do I need to buy more collets? How much are they? I bought a little Dremel drill-pack with 6 sizes of bits but 4 of the little ones are too thin to lock in the collet.
Also, have any of you tried putting a CD on the dremel and letting it fly at full-speed? Could that sever a finger?