|The Kenbo dremel holder.|
|Three Dremel tools.|
|The caps removed from the Dremel tools. The center one is older and you will notice the threads are finer.|
|The Dremel mounted in the Kenbo holder. While you don't have to, shimming the nose (I used a washer) so that the switch is oriented on top makes it easier to use.|
|Using a rubberized abrasive wheel to polish a piece of aluminum. Not the tinfoil on the lathe bed to catch the grit.|
|Drilling holes with the Dremel. It is important to align the tool square to the work for this.|
|Carving flutes on a piece of wood
using the spindle as an indexer (spindle locked via an index plate for
Note that depending on the cut desired you can orient the tool behind or in font of the work, or at just about any angle.
|The flutes around the periphery.
|A Dremel router bit used to turn a
|A larger Dremel router bit set up to
cut flats on the wood.
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