Dremel fit for customizing?
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Dremel fit for customizing?

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Where can I get a Dremel that would help to customize. So far I have only seen ones for dog nails and the like. Price is not an issue, either are online sites, but I prefer actual stores.

Posted by ZeroHour
on Wednesday, July 15, 2009
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flawpunk -
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Nothing is as cool as what I use at work. Ultra hi-speed rotary and a lower speed rotary. Both use pedals and the hi speed is air powered, sounds like a mini jet turbine
El Draxo -
Thursday, July 16, 2009
I recommend The Home Depot. I got an excellent dremel drill for $70 and a 5 year warranty for $4. They have the biggest selection on the drills themselves and the drill bits.
flawpunk -
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Got my cordless @ walmart for $20 then
bought the $20 accessory kit. Lowes also carries them.
somebody1 -
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
yeah they were $65 at walmart. My dad took it back, he's a pain to shop for, and got a normal corless one. He uses his for engraving and doing artwork/knife handles. the pistol grip would be good for customizing though as it would give better control. I saw one at big lots too, it would probably be okay as long sa you didn't push it too hard.
SCORPION11.0 -
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
you could get th dremel stylus which has a pistol grip and is th eone jin reviewed on his site, and I think maybe here, at homedepot, last time I looked they were 70$
CaptainCadaver -
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
I saw one for like $17 at biglots.....but who knows how good it works.
somebody1 -
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
it depends. Sometimes with kits you can get them for 50-100, the cordless are more expensive. The battery for mine I got through my mom's job at Lowe's and it was 25 after shipping. There are even very basic knockoff ones you can get that work okay. I'd get one with multple speeds, usually the corded ones have a higher number of speeds to go through. My craftsman one had 4 speeds while the cordless ones are all 2 speeds. Not sure about the new corded one we have. You could also check Lowe's and home depot as they sometimes have them on blowout, for x-mas we got my dad a 70.00 one for 28 bucks.
ZeroHour -
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Thanks! How much do they usually cost.
somebody1 -
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Walmart is probably your best bet but Sears is also good as sometimes you canget the Craftsman ones (made by dremel) for a better price. If you get a cordless buy an extra battery.
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