What tool should I use to cut a small groove along a side


What tool should I use to cut a small groove along a side

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Numdydar
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I will lay a piece of wood flat and then need to cutaway a small (1/16" X 1/16") from the top along the edge. Some of the Pilot routing tools look like they would be great, but none of them cut square. I have the routing attachment so what bit would be best for this, or is it even possible?

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sounds like you want to route a rabbet into the wood and Dremel used to make a piloted rabbeting bit but I checked a database I made up back in 1998 and have kept up to date since then and found that the bit I was looking up was discontinued. I admit it's possible you could find one somewhere on the net maybe via e-bay or an online vendor but it's hard to say. If you do find one somewhere it's Item # was 614. If you were using the SHaper router table you probably could have adjusted the fence so you only but a sixteenth of an inch instead of the full 1/8 of an inch that the cut would have been if you used the full width of the cutter.
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http://www.widgetsupply.com/page/WS/PROD/dremel-router-bit/WB01



That one cuts 1/8" at a time so just take a 1/16" thick strip of basswood and clamp it along the edge of the project you're working on. That's assuming you're using the plunge router attachment or your project is curved. Otherwise, use your fence.



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HI. In your data base could you have the part number of the carbon brushes to the 400 XPR series? I can´t find it !!

I have the Craftsman rotary tool also....is the same model. The same esecifications.

HELP!! Hi, I´m looking for some new carbon brushes to my 400 Series XPR rotary tool, but i can`t find the part number from that piece. How do I have to order it? Is it available? How realy long life has the carbon brush with continue use?

Thank`s.

BowHunter

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BowHunter... check out this link to the Dremel page.   This should be the part you are looking for:

http://www.dremel.com/en-us/attachments-and-accessories/attachment-accessory-detail.htm?H=188575&G=66433&I=69818

'says it's part #2610921562 Carbon Motor Brush

lovin' the  400



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