Woodworking advice for 3000


Woodworking advice for 3000

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I just bought a Dremel 3000 which came with 24 accessories. I'm still learning which accessory to use with which material/project. I have a piece of MDF wood that I want to whittle down a lot (up to 1/2" in places). I've been using the sanding bands and while they work, it's slow going and using up a lot of bands.



My question is this: Is there a more aggressive bit that I should be using to shave down the wood like this?



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Beth at Dremel
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****o this is Beth from Dremel. Welcome to the Dremel tool line!  We sell over 150 accessories for your tool and by just getting out there and having fun with them, you undoubtedly will fall upon the right one for your project.  If you are wanting to do "greater material removal" on wood, fiberglass, plastic, epoxy, rubber, laminates, particle board or ceramic tile - then our MOST FASTEST bit is our "Structured Tooth Tungsten Carbide Cutter", which is actually from our "Carving/Engraving" section.  (You can view these on our website at www.Dremel.com)  If you have any further question, please feel free to call our Dremel Customer Service Department on our toll free phone number of 1-800-437-3635, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, CST.  Any of us would be happy to assist you.

-Beth at Dremel


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