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Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool w/ 28 Accessories Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool w/ 28 Accessories Kit (3000-2/28) on sale for $44.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Butcherboy

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  • Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool
  • 2 Attachments: Sanding/Grinding Guide and Cutting Guide
  • 28 Accessories
Additionally, Amazon.com also has 70-Piece Dremel All-Purpose Accessory Storage Kit (EZ725) on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free.
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Offer valid only for June 15, 2017 or while supplies last. Great rotary tool that offers variable speeds of 5,000-32,000 RPM. Ideal for carving/engraving soft or hard materials (ex; soft metals, plastics, wood & more) - Discombobulated

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https://www.amazon.com/Dremel-300...092&sr=1-1

Also Dremel EZ725 All-Purpose Accessory Storage Kit, 70-Piece $29.99.
https://www.amazon.com/Dremel-EZ7...092&sr=1-2
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This set was $39 at lowes a couple of days ago, perhaps last week... the Lowe's deal was not on front page so does Amazon deals get special treatment?
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Greatest multipurpose tool of all time. FYI.. It was at this price in November last year
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Can I use this to cut boulder opal and make jewelry?
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would like to try 1 of these but $45 bucks is kind of rich
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would like to try 1 of these but $45 bucks is kind of rich
Dremels are definitely expensive. $40-$45 seems to be a good price based on prior posts on SD. I have a less powerful model that I spent about $30 on years ago and wouldn't hesitate to pick this up if mine broke.
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I paid $18 for the WEN 2307 since I sparingly use a tool like this and so far it served its purpose very well. Sure, Dremels should be better and if you need it weekly then go for the best!
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My Dremel is my most used tool. If I didn't have three of them I would get this one. Still tempted.
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My Dremel is my most used tool. If I didn't have three of them I would get this one. Still tempted.
Really? What do you use it for?

I find oscillating tools way more usefull for cuttting or sanding. They are stronger and faster, and because they are moving back and forth they don't tend to pull in one direction when making contact with the piece being worked, like the Dremell does.

That said, there are cases when a Dremel is the right tool for the job but to me there are few and far between.

Not knocking the deal. If I didn't already have one, for $45 I would absolutely get this one.

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1.2 amp motor vs 1.0 amp of the Wen. Not that much of a difference. Now if this was for the dremel 4000 it'd be a different story
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Can I use this to get rid of old paint?

Use it to rough up the surface before I paint?

Wonders if Ryobi make a wireless thing like this.
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Really? What do you use it for?

I find oscillating tools way more usefull for cuttting or sanding. They are stronger and faster, and because they are moving back and forth they don't tend to pull in one direction when making contact with the piece being worked, like the Dremell does.

That said, there are cases when a Dremel is the right tool for the job but to me there are few and far between.

Not knocking the deal. If I didn't already have one, for $45 I would absolutely get this one.

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What don't I use it for.
Mostly to clean up 3D printed parts, lately.
I'm also a die cutter so I use it on the job. Sometimes I need to fabricate intricate replacement parts on machines. And often I'm doing prototype work and the Dremel is perfect for fine details.
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Can I use this to get rid of old paint?

Use it to rough up the surface before I paint?

Wonders if Ryobi make a wireless thing like this.
yeah that is a great idea!
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Can I use this to get rid of old paint?

Use it to rough up the surface before I paint?

Wonders if Ryobi make a wireless thing like this.
Dremel makes a wireless version. Home depot sells it for @$100
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