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Project by slickSqueegie posted 1040 days ago 10215 views 36 times favorited 9 comments Add to Favorites Watch

This makes the dremel or any rotary tool even more versatile!

I used Leather instead of the weatherstrip they recomend. Any leather will do, an old belt, purse, jacket etc.

I also placed rubber hose over the screw threads on the cord wrap as to protect the wire better.

Thanks for looking!

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waho6o9

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#1 posted 1040 days ago

Very nice, thanks for posting

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RustyL

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#2 posted 1039 days ago

My next project.
Thanks for the post. Good tips too.

Rusty L

-- Don't apprentice under anyone with less than ten fingers.

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Knothead62

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#3 posted 1039 days ago

Nice- great idea. Thanks for the schematic drawing. BTW, old innertubes make great cushions for padding. Check with your local tire store.

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travw

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#4 posted 1039 days ago

You may be interested to see this. I like your interpretation as well, but you may be interested in the higher amount of versatility available in the other model.

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slickSqueegie

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#5 posted 1039 days ago

Thanks guys, I wish I could give the due credit to the correct person on the schematic. I do not remember where I found it.

Travw, That looks great, I don’t use my dremel too much but my wife does. That does increase the versatility. I can see that being very useful for someone without a table saw.

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Zif

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#6 posted 1035 days ago

Looks like a mini router table… what kind of things have you used it for?

Thanks for all the great pictures, enough to make one myself.

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slickSqueegie

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#7 posted 1035 days ago

I made it for the purpose of sanding small scrollings. but it can be used as a router table with the correct bit.

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KenBee

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#8 posted 955 days ago

I started building one like that from the same plan, but can’t seem to get it finished because it has progressed into a major project that I don’t work on continuously. I have the table top built with a sliding fence using T-Tracks and a T-Track parallel to the fence for a small miter gauge. I also have a 4×4 inch table insert plate made from 3/8 inch thick Lexan for my Ridgid Trim Router. The plate has also been drilled to accept Brass Zero Clearance Rings for table routing and template guides for hand held use. The nut has been permanently attached to the plate so I don’t have to take it off the router whenever I need to change the rings or guides. At the present time I am not sure how to utilize the same insert hole for the Dremel and be able to raise and lower it like the router. I have a couple of ideas, but taking the time to work it out is the problem.

-- If it won't fit get a BIGGER hammer.

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brioschi

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#9 posted 309 days ago

Samboddy have this project in PDF? Thanks

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