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Review : Dremel's MultiPro

Posted on Monday, September 09 2002 @ 12:21:01 CEST by

Review Shack has taken a look on Dremel's MultiPro :
Modding of the computer is an art, and all good artists need good tools. It’s good to have the best of the best, well, we have one. This Dremel MultiPro #395 was sent to us by the wonderful people at Dremel. I’d like to thank Katie Montgomery specifically for being so courteous through the process of requesting the product. Dremels are renowned for their ability to cut pretty much anything you want; there are thousands of replacement bits and add-ons for the tool. The word “multi” in the name truly lives up to its meaning. So far I’ve used it to sharpen lawn tools, tractor blades, and cut 1/8inch think aluminum. The aluminum was not a case unfortunately; it was a solid sheet of it that my dad was using. This Dremel is capable of reaching speeds of 35,000rpm…..that is fast. The kit that was sent to me only contained 10 bits, but there are kits out there with hundreds. The versatility of this tool is known to no other tool.



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