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Dremel Motor

Posted by r_murray 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 17, 12 at 20:56

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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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.


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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.
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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.


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  • Posted by cnm1 6 Oh (My Page) on
    Fri, Jul 20, 12 at 5:38

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!!


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