Using a Dremel Tool : How to Use a Dremel Tool

A Dremel tool could be utilized for reducing, grinding, fining sand, buffing and also shaping materials such as timber, laminate, ceramic and steel. Find out about the lots of uses of this versatile device with ideas from a specialist woodworker in this cost-free video on Dremel tools.

Specialist: Stephen G. Anthony
Biography: Stephen G. Anthony is a specialist carpenter, woodworker and handyman based in New York City as well as south Florida.
Filmmaker: Paul Muller


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  1. I always wear to eye patches when I’m using power tools.

  2. If you knew how to use it it would help

  3. regular glasses are not eye protection.

    1. Black Beard &his press gang came through Hartford Ct &Manchester Ct there
      is still hidden treasure there

    2. Look at the Joy Rogers of Black Beard you might see what I’m talking about

    3. enjoy your eyes while you have them.

    4. @spaz thedrummer The reason why regular glasses are not good eye protection
      (it is eye protection but it’s not failsafe) is because metal/wooden
      splinters can be kicked into the air getting either underneath or above the
      glasses. I’ve worked in a factory where I’ve seen people lose their eyes
      because they thought the way you do, they had large metal splinters kick up
      and get deep into their eyes… Your age does not make you less ignorant.
      Good eye protection best resembles goggles, it makes certain there will be
      no shavings getting into your eyes.

  4. Are there any dremel bits that you can get for cutting through small wooden
    disks like laser cutting.

    1. Yeah just buy a lightsaber

    2. +T Sama lol

  5. Can I use it to clean my teeth?

    1. go find out c:

    2. Argh god, terrible idea. The pain is immense… Your advise wasn’t good

    3. Clorox Bleach (Clorox Gaming)

      +FourEyedGeek remember to use the sanding attachment when brushing teeth

    4. Bit late… teeth are now gone.

  6. we have bought many dremels over the years and they all burn out after like
    one or two uses carving wood… i follow the guidelines on speed i don’t
    use pressure at all.. seriously i can’t round the letters of more then one
    word before it decides to quit. i even turned it off fine. they act as if
    it was running for an 6 hours. I was scared to use the last one my dad got
    because he said he’d buy one if i promised not to burn it out but if i cant
    even use it with out it failing.

    1. I’ve had the same experience. I’ve had two of them and both gave up after
      fairly light use. After you have bought a couple of these, you have near
      enough money in it to have bought a Foredom in the first place.

  7. trying to make something work without spending a lot of money

  8. that is the map he was bold flying it right in front of everyone

  9. Benjamin Franklin was a pirate tear

  10. I did not see how the router bit is tilted to an angle, what degree angle
    it was set to and what rpm speed you set the tool to create bevel on this
    soft wood. I’m assuming it’s a softer wood? Please advise.

  11. Great to see that… I made it too. Using woodprix handbooks :)

  12. This was more helpful than anything on the official Dremel YouTube page.
    Thank you.


  14. You can make it yourself, just loook and learn from woodprix .

  15. Just the information that I was looking for. Thanks Steve Anthony.

  16. can you cut acrylic with this tool? what bit?

  17. great video, thanks!

  18. The Dremel tool is fantastic! Useful in so many of my DIY projects.

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