Re: Dremel Moto tool advice
I had an old 60s vintage Dremel Moto Tool that finally died after years of service. I bought a new one, Dremel, with the built in variable speed control. The speed control died in less than a year and Dremel wouldn't fix it free, wanted me to upgrade to a newer model.(at my cost) I bought a Sears, single speed and built my own speed control from a reostat I scrounged from a commercial toaster. It's going on five years and still running strong. LOL, I think I probaly have more stones, burrs and accesories for Dremels, collected over the years, than my dentist has for his torture machine.
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