Dremel Drill Press


Dremel Drill Press

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****o, I love my Dremel to bits and use it all the time. Mainly for stone shaping.



I've run into a situation with my drill press where I find it is simply not stable enough to drill accurate holes. So, while looking around the web, I found out there were older models of drill presses that were more accurate. Specifically the model 210. Which is out of production.



I was in my favorite hobby shop when I spotted an old beat up Dremel which was for one of the model 210 drill presses. Someone had dropped it off as an unwanted orphan. Inside the paint-spattered, faded and dinged up box was a used but brand new looking 210. Gold!



Got it home and discovered my newer tool would not fit into the mounting brackets. (model 395)



Anyway, to make a long story short I was prowling the web for a way to make it work when I found out that Dremel was supposed to have made an adaptor to fit the 395 to the model 210 press...



Please tell me this is true! And if it is, please inform me who I have to bribe for one of these adaptors!



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Adapting Older Dremel Tools...

Try www.micromark.com . Otherwise, there is always the "paper towel and cardboard route".

Jim

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there is a DREMEL solution"

"When all else fails, read the instructions."

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I have the 210 and use the newer model Dremel. Just call the Dremel 800 number and listen for the department you need which is customer service and tell them you need the adapter for the 210 drill press and they will send it to you FREE of charge.



I have the older table router and they have adapter for those also. So if any one else has these older attachments you can get these FREE of charge from Dremel.


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