How the dremel saves me a lot of time.


How the dremel saves me a lot of time.

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ApplianceJunk
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Hi,

I have been using the dremel with the cutting wheel for years. I'm a appliance technician and owner of ApplianceJunk.com

I think my dremel is around 20 years old now. Here is a photo of me using it to cut off a spanner nut on a Maytag washer so I can remove the tube.





I still remember the first spanner nut I busted off before I found bought a dremel. What a killer that job was. Oh how happy I was after I started using the dremel with the cutting wheel.

I should also note I'm a bit of a forum junkie so I hope you don't mind me hanging around a bit to see what I can learn. Smile



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Thanks for the welcome Dougmo60.



I feel the need to go by a new dremel, lol..



The one I have serves me just fine, but like I said it's years old.



I may start finding many more uses for a dremel too after hanging here for awhile. Smile




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Hi ApplianceJunk



From one forum junkie to another welcome Smile



I apologize for the belated welcome which can be blamed on the ice storm that blew through here and left me without electricity for two weeks.



Putting a link to your site in your signature is a good idea. Before the storm hit I was checking the stat logs to my site and found quite a few referrals from dremel.com.

If you post it they will come Smile



I just registered on your forum, so you may be seeing some contributions from me particularly in the PC repair section when I get caught up on my other forum activities.



If you are a true forum junkie, you may be interested to know of some other Dremel related sites. Facebook has at least two Dremel groups and then there is

Dremelforum.com

on which I happen to be a moderator.



Again welcome and look forward to reading more of your posts.

Curt

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Thanks for the warm welcome,



Two weeks without power, ouch!

How did you do it?




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My wife took our girls to her sister's house in Florida. I stayed with a relative that had radiant gas heat because work kept me from going to Florida.

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Sounds like the wife and kid got the better end of that deal. Smile

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Well maybe they did... on the other hand I forgot to mention that my sister-in-law has 7 kidsw00t

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Hi  my name is Patty and I just got a Dremel Multi Max and I want to use it to take off a kitchen counter top that has been there for over 35 years so I can have a new counter top installed. I need to do the pull out myself and want to know the best way to get it away from the wall with out hurting the wall .  Can you help me?

patty


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