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Posted 9/20/2008 1:28:17 PM
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Dremel Moto-Tool Drill Press Model 210 -- Does anyone know if this is a retired tool?  If not, do any of the NEW Dremel tools fit it?  My old Dremel didn't fit, but it burned out an I'm buying a new one.  I "inhereted" the 210 Drill Press and would like to know if anyone uses one or if any newer tool fits, or am I wasting my time?   Thanks!

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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Posted 9/20/2008 2:36:55 PM


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The model 210 is the latest one out any 395 or 400XPR Will work in it. Mine works just fine.

Doug


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Posted 9/22/2008 10:07:18 AM
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As far as I know the last model since about two years ago is the  220-01 WorkStation. The one before and already retired is the 212.

I suggest you get in touch with Customers' service by phone free toll or by email. Find a link to them for phone number or address in the upper right band of this page. You will find they are very nice and helpfull as it was in the old days.

Enrique

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Posted 9/22/2008 10:32:11 PM


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Hi Doug, Enrique and Kpick

Welcome to the forum Kpick.

Enrique, you are 100% correct and here is the link to back you up:
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Although Kpick didn't mention the model of rotary tool that burned out, I think its is safe to assume that it was neither a 395 nor a 400XPR, since Doug says his fit the model 210 drill press. Based on this assumption and Doug's experience Kpick should be able to use this attachment if he chooses to purchase one of these models.

This logic stuff is making me feel like Spock. Am I turning green and getting pointy ears?

Curt

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Posted 12/24/2010 9:56:51 AM
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I have a 210 press in S Africa & in the UK I have a new drill & press. I tried to drill out some fiberglass printed circuit boards in the UK with the new drill/press combination & I almost ruined them as the drill chattered & made the holes much bigger & drilled off-centre.

In S Africa I used the old drill & 210 press & drilled the same boards perfectly. With no problems.

So don't chuck the 210, keep it if you want precision, the new drill press is rubbish for this type of application. Dremel are crazy to have discontinued it. Fortunately, I have been able to buy another 210 press in the US on Ebay ( very rare ) & imported it into the UK.

Seems to be an American disease - if you have something that works, replace it with something new that doesn't work. What happened to " If it ain't broke, don't fix it!

STAFFORD UK & THOHOYANDOU S AFRICA
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I've got a model 210 drill press and don't need it anymore because I have a big floor model.
It's yours for $30 plus freight.

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With the information provided above I went ahead and
purchased the press model 210 for my Dremel model 395 type 5.

As I sit here with it in my hands I can tell you the 395 WILL NOT
work with the 210 press. The casing of the 395 is too thick and
will not even come close to fitting in the press.

It's a great design, I prefer older tools personally. They are usually
built better, and last longer... not to mention being more precise in most cases.

I just wish the information here would have been more accurate, it would have saved me some time and $.
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Posted 1/23/2013 8:26:42 AM
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  Helo   The Dremel 210 drill press is really a well made product, I do not know when it stopped being produced.  According to the book The Dremel Guide to Compact Power Tools copyright 1981 by Dremel, the moto tools that fit it are as follows.  Models 245,250,260,270,280,350,370, and 380.  I know the 395 and others will fit with the adapter #55092, I posted on this last October.  This adapter was available and purchased by me from Dremel at that time.  Really doubtful this adapter is still available, it looks like that posting was viewed over 500 times.  My last 210 was purchased for $5 at a local flea market, they are well worth putting back to work.  On a side note if you can find the above mentioned book, it is well written and contains a great amount of information on the tools of past.  Steve

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