Dremel Stylus


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Old 05-31-06, 12:07 PM
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Dremel Stylus

I know there are a lot of you who have used/owned/borrowed a Dremel at one time or another. I picked up the new stylus model yesterday and I have to say....I like it. 7.2v cordless and it really is like holding a pen (almost like a star trek gun). No cords and it's smaller than the 10v model. I'm going to use it for carving some stone and at work too. It feels good to buy a new tool
 
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Old 05-31-06, 12:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Rapture
..it really is like holding a pen (almost like a star trek gun).
Original, NextGen, DSN, Voyager, or ST: Enterprise?

Originally Posted by Rapture
It feels good to buy a new tool
...or shoes
Oh wait, she doesn't hang out here
lol

Seriously, the corded models aren't really torque monsters, it's that high RPM thing that gets it done
How does it compare to the corded in that respect?
What's it run at?
 
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Old 05-31-06, 12:50 PM
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I don't really like star trek, so I'm recalling the Wrath of Kahn guns...I think.

It runs 5000-25000 variable with a dial. I haven't used any of the corded yet. I thought I was going to get the 400XPR (or whatever it's called), but I chose this instead because of the size and applications I will be using it for....delicate, up close work (always were safety glasses kids).
 
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Old 05-31-06, 12:56 PM
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Wow variable
Good, they needed that
That's kind of a biggie with me and my varied apps

I'll have to check them out again
 
 

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