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I enjoy reading the product reviews in the magazine.
Bob, like you, my favorite hand sanding tool is a random orbit sander. I am intrigued by the Dremel Multi-Max, however. I like the small size and delicate/small area sanding the tool should offer. The scraper is a nice touch, but I have to admit, I seldom do refinishing.
The only problem I had with Dremel in the past was with a beautiful set I bought from them which included a variable speed rotary tool with lots off attachments and tons of "bits." The problem was that there was nothing in the set which described what each attachment was for. For example, I would have a tough time knowing which spinning disk to use for the material I was trying to cut through, be it wood or a rusty nail. It did provide a nice carrying case for the 100+ rotary attachments, however, LOL.
When I do get it straight, the tool works well, though.
Thanks for the review. Maybe I'll add the Multi-Max to my workbench soon.
I have the Dremel Stylus rotory tool & it works great. Came with a kit, including bits, wrench etc. I like the idea of being able to just put it back on the charger & not worry about it over charging. No problem with Dremel here ! Perk
She did not come back to buy that reindeer. Maybe next Saturday. I had. on display: Reindeer, horsey, doggy, robot and dinosaur. Sold no reindeer, no horsey, no doggy, no robots and five dinosaurs. There is a lesson in there somewhere huh? I guess I can call this sale "market research"...
Another good sales day at this farmers market. More than triple my last years average. Busy as a bee there selling today. .Almost thirty times my space rent. This farmers market is working very well for me.
I have a 15" jet scroll saw that was made in 1988. It is my "go to" saw (my Hegner is set up for inlays). One of the bearings in the drive train seized up on me. I just went to a local bearing supplier and got a replacement bearing for less than $6. Total down time...one hour. Life...