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    A question about dremel(s)

    I know they have actual dremel tools...
    But I don't have one, and I don't really have the money for one now. Could I use a drill? >_>
    And put the dremel bit in the drill...



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    Re: A question about dremel(s)

    No. You won't have the RMPs needed to use those bits to their ability. Dremels are pretty cheap at walmart for the ghetto ones. What type of job do you have planned for one?



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    Re: A question about dremel(s)

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    Re: A question about dremel(s)

    x2 a drill won't spin fast enough to work effectively.

    What are you trying to do that requires a high speed Dremel/tool?




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    Re: A question about dremel(s)

    Nothing as of now. But I'm thinking about doing a fiberglass job sooner or later, and I have a few Drills, but no dremels. Just wanted to know, I guess.



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    Re: A question about dremel(s)

    a dremel isnt really what your lookin for to work on fiberglass, if you have an air compressor just get a gasket grinder (air grinder), you can do everythig you can with a dremel as well as the sanding



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