While drywalling my garage over the summer (in preparation for turning it into a shop this winter - just set up my brand new (and very first) table saw yesterday) I found the Dremel to be an excellent tool when one would like to make random, seemingly directionless cuts in drywall. It's really exciting to pop the rotary cutter into the Dremel, carefully set your feet, lock your elbows, turn it on, and watch it cut through the drywall everywhere BUT the cutout you carefully traced for the outlet box. It was also a lot of fun to use the cutting discs. Just pop on on, start 'er up, and watch the disc come detached from the shaft and start spinning harmlessly around the shaft.
The Dremel was the one tool that my lovely bride brought to our union two years ago, and she was convinced, as a former independent single lady, that anything you can do with any tool, you can do better with a Dremel. (it must be true, the commercials on TV say so). After repeated urgings from her to use the Dremel to make cutouts around windows or outlet boxes, I finally gave in, tried it, and very quickly went back to the old reliable eight dollar drywall saw.
<DIV><FONT size=2>Anybody ever had any dealings with toolsforless.com?
Their prices seem ridiculously low--example: Dremel router
attachment--Lowe's price= $39.87</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2>Toolsforless.com price= $24.99</FONT></DIV>
<DIV><FONT size=2>Appreciate feedback!</FONT></DIV>
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