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Posted 3/28/2012 2:24:04 PM
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I have some nails sticking out of wood trim in my bedroom (my house's previous owner left a lot of half-finished projects behind). I don't want to pull the nails and risk detaching the trim, but the nails cannot be driven the rest of the way in. I'd like to cut them off flush with the trim. Can the Dremel 4000 handle this job? If so, which cutoff wheel would be best to use? The nails are 6d size.

I was planing to get a Dremel, but if a different version of the tool would be better, I'd like to know before I s**** out money on it.
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Posted 3/29/2012 3:37:47 PM
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Hi, this is Beth from Dremel Customer Service.  The tool that you have will be perfect for the job you want to do.  We make our "Cut-Off" Wheels for just this reason... they are used for slicing and cutting metal, slotting bolts, screws, sheet metal, etc.  (also for wood and plastic as well).  You undoubtedly received some of these "brown/flat wheels with a hole in the center of them, in your kit.  For more usage on how to install them in your tool, please feel free to give our Dremel Customer Service Department a call on the toll free number of  1-800-437-3635. We are available Mon-Fri, 7:00 am - 6:00 pm, CST.

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Posted 4/5/2012 2:29:43 AM
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Climb Cut is most important when cutting sheet metal, but metal cutting disks work best cutting the opposite way to cutting wood.

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Posted 5/26/2012 12:57:57 AM
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Will you upload some image.


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Posted 6/16/2012 10:30:00 AM
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Hi !
My first post, and what a great Forum.
For this Job, yes i would cut with the disk, leaving about 3mm from your wall so not to mark the wall, then i would use the cylindrical Grinding bit to gringd flush to the wall.
Suppose allso it depends on the stediness of each Individuals hand, so this would be my approach.
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Posted 7/6/2012 4:59:45 AM
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I welcome you .I am also new here.


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