Dremel Motor

tehutiJuly 17, 2012

I think I've mentioned this once or twice before. I use my Dremel Motor more than any other tool with the possible exception of my welding equipment. Yes you can "drill" through plates to make garden flowers with a regular drill but with the Dremel motor you can easily drill through curved surfaces (like Bottles) and you can make the hole any shape. The $50.00+/- is well worth the price.

Disclaimer: Nope! I don't work for Dremel nor do I have any investment in the company. The Moto tool at Harbor Freight is too small - in more ways than one.

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Marlene Kindred

Thanks Robert...I'll have to pass that info along to my DH. He has one, but we've never used it to drill bottles.

    Bookmark   July 17, 2012 at 9:17PM
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I just got done cutting, stripping, and weaving aluminum cable on about 100 beer, wine, and soda bottles. How do you use a regular bit for drilling bottles? I did not know that was possible. Have Dremel Tool and in spite of what my wife says I'm trainable. Give me some info on how to do that.

    Bookmark   July 18, 2012 at 1:33AM
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There is a glass bit, it looks pointed, like an arrow tip. I buy bits a the stained glass store that drill holes great, diamond coated.

    Bookmark   July 18, 2012 at 11:08AM
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cnm1(6 Oh)

I forgot I had the Harbor freight somewhere in the basement.I will break that out and maybe a Dremel can be my Christmas gift!!

    Bookmark   July 20, 2012 at 5:38AM
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