Who has good or ill to say about rototool and its clones?
My application would be circular cutouts for speakerbuilding with no other
tools to speak of. Was looking at a roto clone that includes a circle jig.
Can these small tools function as routers as some of the box info claims?
are you thinking of the Rotozip?
I've got one. IT sucks. I wouldn't buy it again. It works ok to grind
down my dog's toenails. It'll cut sheetrock. As a router?? HA! The
internal fan slipped out of position on mine, after little use; the
quality and durability of such an expensive tool is dismal.
Lon Ponschock wrote:
you don't say what material these speaker boxes are made of. My guess
is that you will be better off with a jigsaw.
you can do the comparisons yourself. choose a rotozip/clone model and
a router (more like laminate trimmer) model.
Db noise levels.
anybody have anything to add?
Can't speak to the Rototool but I have the Dremel Advantage (4amp) and it
now comes with the plunge router base, flexible cable extender and some bits
and pieces along with a 1/4" collet. I have all those items now but had to
purchase them separately. I use the Dremel for light routing even though I
have 3 other routers already. Its great for light work but I never tried
going thru say 3/4" of MDF with it making cutouts.
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