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  • Carbide Shaping Wheel

    I am not sure if anyone has tried this attachement for their rotary tools but I thought it deserved a mention and might be something you could use in shaping and contouring your intarsia.

    I recently purchased the Dremel Carbide Shaping wheel, (attachement # 801) from Walmart for $30.00 Canadian. The write up on the instrument reads - "Easily create compound curves by stroking toward or away from the operator"

    You can use it on wood, fiberglass, laminates, plastic, carbon filter, rubber and styrofoam. Suggested uses include hobbies and crafts.

    Overall I am pleased with the product. It is aggressive but adapts well to a light touch for less wood removal.

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