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Tools of the Trade If you have a question about what tools we use in creating our trucks here. Also discuss any tool experiences you have, the good the bad and the ugly! Hand tools to all out CNC machines!


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Old 01-28-2009, 03:30 PM
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Did someone know where i can buy this thing with that he works?
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Old 01-28-2009, 08:28 PM
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its a dremal and you can get it almost anywere
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got mine at walmart. very handy...i use it all the time!
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Don't know how I'd survive without mine.
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haha me neither! almost everything i do requires a dremel
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how many threads about this has this kid started??
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Just got a dremel 300 today. whoo hoo!
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I'd definitely recommend this as an accessory to a Dremel...



It basically turns your Dremel into a drill press that tilts and angles and provides a full range of motion for any of the existing bits that will fit in the tool. Makes wheel mods a breeze as it's surface is nice and flat and provides a straight even cut all the way around a wheel rim with no undercut.

Sure it's not gonna drill through 1/2" steel plate, but you've probably got a full-size drill press for that.

But definitely worth the $40 for the awesome assistance it provides for scale detailing and modifications!

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