Dremel 400 XPR Series vs. Craftsman rotary tool


Dremel 400 XPR Series vs. Craftsman rotary tool

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BowHunter
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The new 400 XPR Dremel is amazing!! it has a 2 amp. motor power, variable velocity 0 - 35000 rpm.

    But, I have also the Craftsman rotary tool . It has the exacly same specifications than the 400 XPR, the same line and all the Dremel  attachments and accesories are compatibles. So Craftsman rotary tool is a good option also.

Don´t you think ??

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

(yes, this be the same reply I left on the topic started by


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Does Dremel have a cutting bit comparable to the Craftsman Drywall Guide Point Bit? The bit has a guide point tip for controlled cuts around outlet boxes.
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Should be the same since the rotary craftsmen is made by Dremel. Sears just slaps their label on the ones Dremel makes for them.

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Yes, In fact Dremel has 2, the 560 drywall cutting bit and the 561 multi purpose cutting bit. It was a standard accessory for the now retired Dremel Advantage Saw

my 2 cents......Wink

RANIE


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