Intro To Dremel Spiral Cutter With Router Bits

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The Dremel spiral cutter is a common accessory found in most Dremel kits. Come see how this great accessory can be used for other uses.

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THe router bits have a larger surface area in which they are cutting so you've got to run the
bit at the highest safe speed. Your 1st pass the dremel motor was overworking itself and
that's not good for the tool, the project(it'll get burns), & safety might come into play?
I started using these in the early 80's doing Antique Restoration.... they weren't nearly
as functional as today's & the number/type of bits is amazing. Good video, showing
the old/new users some of the ins/outs of the tool, the bits, & the accessories is
always a good thanks

Author — diggy dice

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That is a Dremel, 565 Cutting Kit
DREMEL | Zoro #: G0515426 | Mfr #: 565

Author — Ron Cook

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Just saying for future reference— your logos on the screen are blocking the view

Author — Dave Kellar

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Just bought a articulating dremel that looks like.a jigsaw except it is a dremel tool. It says it takes up to
3/16 shaft bits. It did not come with the dremel bits..it was a.flea market.item. It looks like my router bits will fit them. I have numerous projects that this will make extremely easy.

Author — PIANOSTYLE100

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FFS 13 minutes and one chip out of the wood

Author — Neil Munro

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I bought the Tacklife rotary kit, it came with an attachment like this, it was described as a router attachment. Haven't used it yet so looking forward to seeing you use this.

Author — Lauren Mann

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Thank you very much for the vid, it really helps. I wanted the attachment for a long time but didnt understand how they went on the dremel (mine is black and decker) so I didnt buy it. But now I understand and yes i can see it would work on the B&D fine. When I bought mine i immediately changed to the multi-chuck and now I dont know where the heck that original collet is. Would the multi-chuck really not work? Seems there is a enough space for it. Is the problem bit depth or the inability to tighten it?

Author — cvcoco

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Ever you’re trying to show Iz cooked perfectly hidden by the Tayco designs logo

Author — Iz Me

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Love the videos. I'm making a walking cane and what to know how to carve a name or letter on a cane. I have a 3000 Dermel battery power and have most of the extras attachments. Any tips you can give me will be helpful. Cliff, Social Circle, Ga.

Author — Clifford Durrance

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You have the tool running too slow, turn up the motor speed and do it in several passes for best results.

Author — Fingernail Freddy

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Thank you so much for explaining how it all goes together. I'm fairly new to this and I can always use a really thorough explanation. Is there a standard depth for carving with the Dremel?

Author — Deborah Danhauer

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Maybe my dremel router bit was sticking out too much. It makes black marks on the wood piece and you couod smell smoke. I kept forcing it and finally got done.

Author — paulla smith

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I've spent all day searching for how to attach the rotary multi tool cutting guide to the Dremel tool. Either I'd see the tool neatly surrounded by bits and sometimes I'd see the tool attached to the Dremel. But you are the only one who bothered to tell us how to attach it. Thank you so much for taking the time to make the video and you certainly did not speak too much.

Author — Greg Bartusch

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Well there’s 13 minutes of my life that I’ll never get back. It was very painful to watch you clamp those pieces of wood down I’m watching you push the wood further away from the clamp thinking there’s not that much time left in the video is he going to be able to find another clamp or adjust The clamp for the other side of the table or just push the wooden to the damn clamp . And make your 1/8 of an inch 5 inch long groove. First of all demonstrating what not to do under rev the motor on your Dremel and jam it into the wood . Good video the last 23 seconds

Author — Timmy L

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The Dremel is running too slow You should know that Your going to end up burning the wood and burning out the motor .Turn it up to full speed and less yapping get on with the job in hand We all know you have to clamp the wood no need for a tutorial

Author — Lord Jock

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Shoot! Treated lumber.... my apology, I’m using my IPad and it’s making or changing the wording via speech application

Author — Fernando Claiborne

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I Fkn love you. every time I need help with my tool, here you are!

Author — Fable Grey

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I looked through videos hoping to find that particular one but I didn't find it. That's why I'm asking. Can you send me the link to it?

Author — smoleyhokes

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Sounded like that tool was suffering a painful death.

Author — Melissa Nolastname

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Thank you for a helpful video, just a couple of points; close-up photography extremely blurred, can think of safer ‘pointers’ than a Stanley type knife! Lol

Author — Paul Clay