Flex-shaft for Dremel 8000?


Flex-shaft for Dremel 8000?

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Dremel 10.8V Lithium-ion; not sure of the model of my Dremel, the label reads:  F013 8000 02
Is there a flex-shaft that would work with this model?
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I have "inhereted" a Dremel Moto-Tool Drill Press Model 210. Is there a specific tool, or retired tool, that worked with this press? My latest Dremel didn't fit. It burned out so I'm replacing it and wonder if the newer models will fit the 210 press, or am I wasting my time? Thanks!
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At one time, Dremel made adapters to be able to fit their newer Rotary tools into the accessories of that era (210 Drill Press, 229 Router attachment, etc) but they are discontinued now. You would need adapter #55091 to fit type 3 tools such as the 395 type 3, and adapter 55092 to fit type 4 & 5 tools, like the 395 type 4, 395 type, 595 type 5, etc. The difference being the type 3 tools had a longer nose with a separate arbor and a connecting sleeve inside. I believe older yet models, such as a 380, would fit the 210 Drill Press with no adapters needed. 
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By the way.. I just checked, and the current model 100 series and 200 series should fit, but you'd need the #55092 Adapter kit for them. The bodies of these tools seem to match the older type 4 and type 5 tools. 


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