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How to Use Dremel Router Bits


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  1. I'm new to Dremels, but this thing has been great. https://www.youtube.com/post/UgkxfPgcZ5_Cl0HDUKkMJAKde11YKQZVgMoR The variable speed is awesome and the cordless aspect makes it so easy to work with. I am constantly finding uses for it that make tasks easier. Recently I put in a new deadbolt on one of our doors. I knew I had to enlarge the hold where the deadbolt goes into the door frame. At first I thought I would have to get a big router and figure out how to use it for that, but then I rermembered we have the dremel. I was able to enlarge the hole almost as easy as if I was drawing with a pen. It's also great for grinding our dog's nails done and so many other household tasks.

  2. Oh no a bee stung you. Good tip on the BENADRYL, people often forget that.
    I have something called a BENADRYL Stick. It looks like a bingo dauber at the end. I have tried it out and it does work. Even on Mosquito bites.

  3. thanks for taking the time to make the video, i learned a few things! but PLEASE use some clamps & both hands on the tool. I’m sure you can get by without these (ive done plenty of not so safe stuff in the interests of time and/or laziness) but clueless folks watching could injure themselves 🙂

  4. I was routing a bench top tonight and the bench to is a mixture of pine & 2 differing hardwoods. I ran it around 25-30 and I have no idea if that was too slow or just right. Any thoughts on this?

  5. Which bit did you use? I have a Black and Decker RTX that I've been looking to add this attachment to. I always thought it would work as a routing attachment. I have some particle board end tables and I want to redo the tops with actual wood instead but I want rounded edges. The metal frame and legs would transfer over easily enough. I really don't want to buy an actual router and buy/make a router table.

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