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Posted: 1/2/2004 9:21:41 PM EDT
...MY DREMEL TOOL!!!

I got this accessory kit from Costco the other day... has 205 pieces!! for like 18.00!

I went on a "let-me-see-what-I-can-do-with-my-Dremel" rampage around the house... polished my wedding ring that I found (it was under my truck car seat for 3+ years and COVERED in mung) Now looks like new...a SHIIIIINY... NICE!

Poished my keys

took the grinding stone... I have NO MORE ROUGH ELBOWS!! WHOO HOO!!!!!

Damn! What a GREAT tool... this kit has drill bits, 4 different size collets TONS of grinding, cutting, polishing, sanding bits.... OOOOH It has engraving bits too... what can I engrave???

Mmmmmm toools
Link Posted: 1/2/2004 9:24:49 PM EDT
Polishing the ring: OK Polishing your keys: Whatever trips your trigger. Using a power tool to grind on your body???????? (Yeah, not much power, but sheesh!)
Link Posted: 1/2/2004 9:24:53 PM EDT
The only thing you can't do with a Dremel: Create life. At least, that's been my experience. [:D]
Link Posted: 1/2/2004 9:26:24 PM EDT
Link Posted: 1/2/2004 9:27:10 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Evil_Ed: The only thing you can't do with a Dremel: Create life. At least, that's been my experience. [:D]
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Ah... Evil Ed challenges me to a mission... ...think...think...think.
Link Posted: 1/2/2004 11:10:37 PM EDT
OK Now I moved on to sharpening my Henckel knives... They havent been this sharp since the day I bought them. Also had a small chrome 'sword' letter opener that was actually brass that was chrome plated. Ground off the chrome plating and buffed up that brass.... NIIIIICE!!!! Duct Tape, Dremel and a Chain saw... do you really need anything else??
Link Posted: 1/2/2004 11:56:12 PM EDT
Originally Posted By DrFrige: Duct Tape, Dremel and a Chain saw... do you really need anything else??
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JB weld perhaps?
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 1:06:00 AM EDT
Oh shure. It starts with a dremel tool. Next thing you know, you'll have a Sherline lathe and milling machine. You then build an AR15 lower recever out of aluminium stock. Then another. Then another. So on and so on. I've been there. Face it. Your SCREWED!! [BD]
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 1:09:15 AM EDT
"Dremel: when you absolutely have to fuck up your gun over night..."
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 1:09:42 AM EDT
Time to order the Wile E. Coyote School of Gunsmithing Course from Acme.
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 1:32:00 AM EDT
Wish I had a Dremel tool...
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 3:19:29 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/3/2004 3:22:18 AM EDT by Londo]
Today's Dremel challenge.. . Do-it-yourself dentistry. When I bought mine last year, the clerk said a surprising number of guys describe home dentistry/oral surgery projects as their reason for buying this or that attachment. . So, go ahead Mr all-American Dremel tool owner guy....polish those pearly whites...and while your at it, sharpen Fido's fangs. Then, before you put that bad boy away, grab a gun, any gun. Disassemble and buff, buff, buff away big guy. Dremel yourself dizzy; confident in the knowledge that you can deal with the damage later. Now go, and pop open a Bud Light Mr. Dremel tool owner guy. You've earned it. This Buds for you!
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 3:22:31 AM EDT
Got a Glock? Magic.
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Link Posted: 1/3/2004 4:43:02 AM EDT
My grandfather's right big toenail would, if not tended to, grow to enormous, incredible, shoe-distorting thickness. It was like a miniature horse's hoof growing on top of his toe. This was before Dremels became common, so he regularly whipped that bad boy into shape with a grinding stone on an electric drill - while we kids stood around and watched. (Hey, black & white TV, 3 channels, no video games.) BTW, this a pretty damned funny thread.
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 4:47:06 AM EDT
Originally Posted By Lumpy196: "Dremel: when you absolutely have to fuck up your gun over night..."
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[ROFL2] And this is because, according to a technical bulletin put out by the WECSOG Board of Directors {Tech Bulletin 01-675R}, provided that the firearm is disassembled before drinking commences, working on your rifle with a Dremel while drunk does not violate principles of safe gun handling.
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Link Posted: 1/3/2004 7:56:48 AM EDT
Originally Posted By DrFrige: OK Now I moved on to sharpening my Henckel knives... They havent been this sharp since the day I bought them. Also had a small chrome 'sword' letter opener that was actually brass that was chrome plated. Ground off the chrome plating and buffed up that brass.... NIIIIICE!!!! Duct Tape, Dremel and a Chain saw... do you really need anything else??
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JB Weld & coathanger/baling wire.
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 8:02:33 AM EDT
If the only tool you've got is a hammer, then every problem looks like a nail. If the only tool you've got is a Dremel Tool, everything looks like a ... DrFrige, don't get caught polishing your tool with that thing!
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 8:09:18 AM EDT
Originally Posted By DrFrige: Duct Tape, Dremel and a Chain saw... do you really need anything else??
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WD 40
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 8:10:06 AM EDT
I use my Dremel to trim the dogs nails. It works great.
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 8:25:29 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/3/2004 8:25:59 AM EDT by RiffRandall]
Essential toolkit, acc to arfcom Dremel duct tape (DrFridge) chainsaw (DrFridge again) JB Weld (Mac-Daddy) coathanger/baling wire {me} rubber mallet (Aimless) WD-40 (Nightdriver) ??? ???? ????? I will suggest that the rubber mallet Aimless suggested is nice for most stuff but some jobs require a bit more. This is where the BFH/SeaBee Engineering Device/Chevy Tool small sledgehammer comes in. Just the thing for adjusting Romanian AK cockeyed sights, fixing your GM car, smooshing creepy-crawlies etc.
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 8:35:04 AM EDT
Originally Posted By SteyrAUG:
Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By SteyrAUG: Congratulations on your purchase of a Dremel tool. You are now a certified Special Weapons armourer. [:D]
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Yeah but if he gets this also he can be a shift supervisor at Century [url]http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:Qi70ORxnMcQC:images.orgill.com/200x200/6138606.jpg[/url]
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Won't he also need a monkey?
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No.... The monkeys are all in management.
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 8:49:08 AM EDT
I have a rechargeable Dremel, so now I'm tethered to a 120V outlet. But, you should see the giant electric die grinder (this monster is about 5 or 6 times the size of a normal Dremel tool) - need a weld ground out or a broken tap hogged out?
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 9:04:34 AM EDT
Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.........DDDrrrrrrreeemmmmeeelll I use mine all the damn time. Can't wait for my Flitz polish to get here so I can quit using the red polish that comes with it. Then all my firearms be sparklin' [:E] I have a table grinder and just got an angle grinder for Xmas. If you thought a Dremel was addictive, don;t get an angle grinder! I went to the steel yard just to get crap to grind on!!! Now I just have to wait for my wood grinder attachments from Lee Valley [url]http://www.leevalley.com/wood/page.asp?page=42527&category=1,42524&ccurrency=2&SID=[/url] Anybody got the battery powered Dremel? I want one for small jobs but how is the power on them? It has got to either be pretty slow or burns batteries pretty fast. What say you?
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 10:30:21 AM EDT
Originally Posted By RiffRandall: Essential toolkit, acc to arfcom Dremel duct tape (DrFridge) chainsaw (DrFridge again) JB Weld (Mac-Daddy) coathanger/baling wire {me} rubber mallet (Aimless) WD-40 (Nightdriver) ??? ???? ????? I will suggest that the rubber mallet Aimless suggested is nice for most stuff but some jobs require a bit more. This is where the BFH/SeaBee Engineering Device/Chevy Tool small sledgehammer comes in. Just the thing for adjusting Romanian AK cockeyed sights, fixing your GM car, smooshing creepy-crawlies etc.
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[blue]First Aid Kit[/blue] - Dremel's tend to "get away" from you on occassion - usually at 30,000 RPM
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 11:18:18 AM EDT
Originally Posted By SteyrAUG:
Originally Posted By Aimless:
Originally Posted By SteyrAUG: Congratulations on your purchase of a Dremel tool. You are now a certified Special Weapons armourer. [:D]
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Yeah but if he gets this also he can be a shift supervisor at Century [url]http://images.google.com/images?q=tbn:Qi70ORxnMcQC:images.orgill.com/200x200/6138606.jpg[/url]
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Won't he also need a monkey?
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The monkey does the hand selecting and QC correct?.
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 11:25:25 AM EDT
Originally Posted By SteyrAUG: Congratulations on your purchase of a Dremel tool. You are now a certified Special Weapons armourer. [:D]
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[lolabove] I honestly laughed out loud at this one! I have wanted a Dremel...[b]EladEflow's[/b] mom has one. It is indeed a fine tool. [:D] The versatility of the small tool is amazing. While other tools that cost many times more can only do one job...the Dremel can do many things somewhat well (yeah, you can screw things up with them too).
Link Posted: 1/3/2004 11:25:36 AM EDT
a dremel tool?????? you sick bastard [;D] Get some therpy and watch some animal porno pronto. your fallin' off the edge. [:D]
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