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****o Dremel people.



I LOVE using my dremel on wood crafts. Started out helping my son with his pine box derby car and I got hooked myself!



Well... as you surely know, using this tool as a wood carver is VERY dusty. There is NO way to keep it OUT of the tool.

Suggestions;

1. I would like to see a slip on sleeve. Sort of a filter. Pull this sleeve over the dremel and it could catch the dust. Of course it would have to allow air through and some fine material will get in anyway. But this would help a ton! If not a sleeve, instead of air intakes everywhere, how about ONE with a filter built in? Like a closed system.



2. How about a small attachable tube near the cutting bit, that you could hook up to a regular vacuum. (Or even a small dust buster or something.) If the nozzle is close to the cutting bit, it could suck up dust before it's blown all over. This could be attached by a ring around tool so it could be swung around to any side.

I have seen many home made gadgets, why can't dremel come up with one?



My two cents.

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