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The Dremel chucks supplied will only go down to 0.8mm. They are also very tedious to change with each new bit size. However is you buy the Dremel 4486 Quick Change Multi-Chuck (about £10) you can use bits from 3.4mm down to 0.4mm. Personally I only use this 4486 chuck as it is so convenient.
By John on 04 June 2014
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Yes, this is such a powerful multi tool that it could be easily used to drill through small and medium sized pebbles!! I can imagine that a small masonry drill bit would be perfect for this and if you needed to drill slightly larger holes you could drill pilot holes, then enlarge them with a burr bit or larger bit or a… see more Yes, this is such a powerful multi tool that it could be easily used to drill through small and medium sized pebbles!! I can imagine that a small masonry drill bit would be perfect for this and if you needed to drill slightly larger holes you could drill pilot holes, then enlarge them with a burr bit or larger bit or add a dremel multi chuck for even more flexibility in attachment pieces!! I have drilled small rocks and also polished medium sized pebbles using mine. see less
By B. GIBSON on 28 November 2014
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Yes this is what I bought it for...I use it to engrave my company name on steel platters and glass jugs and plates, crockery etc as I am a caterer and dont want things being stolen.
The only thing is for me its a bit heavy. You need to restrain the items being engraved so they dont move about for a neat finish but with… see more
Yes this is what I bought it for...I use it to engrave my company name on steel platters and glass jugs and plates, crockery etc as I am a caterer and dont want things being stolen.
The only thing is for me its a bit heavy. You need to restrain the items being engraved so they dont move about for a neat finish but with a bit of practice with different tool bits I bet you would get some lovely results.
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By Ali-Moonbeam on 10 September 2014
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Yes, I've already used it to reduce the length of claws on my greyhound. She didn't like it, but it was tolerable for her. A little at a time as it will make the claw hot quite quickly
By Tonman on 17 May 2015
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No this machine is a light weight
By ELECTRONS on 29 March 2016 SELLER
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But if they are stone walls then this won't do.
By Carlbr on 28 February 2015
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The sale of goods act covers you - see http://findlaw.co.uk/law/consumer/sales_of_goods/after_you_buy/sale-of-goods-act.html
By Paul R on 22 May 2016
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Cutting discs are generally quite thin and snap easily on most multitools so I would make repeated light cuts, but can't give a definitive answer as a) I haven't tried it, and b) my Dremel packed up the third time I used it. Hope yours fares better.
By Dave F. on 26 March 2016
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Yes, with a suitable drill bit for drilling through glass this should be fine. It can be run on a low speed and taken steady. David Noakes, Diamond Edge Ltd.
By Diamond Edge Ltd on 14 July 2016 SELLER
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never tried but I don't see why not, it is variable speed..
By Rich on 08 September 2015