How to Carve Stone With a Dremel | eHow.com
Carving stone has historically been a job for a hammer and chisel. As artists have begun to embrace technology in order to streamline their work, the Dremel rotary tool is becoming a popular option for carving stone, replacing the hammer and chisel in many cases.
Making Your Own Molding And Trim In Your Woodworking Shop
Woodworking isn't just about building chairs, tables, cabinets, and boxes. It's such a diverse skill, and covers so many different areas. You can use your woodworking shop in order to bring character into the home as well, by designing your own molding...
Dremel resources for artists
If you haven’t already guessed it, I love my Dremel. It’s my baby. If I ever find that my hubby has used it to clean grout in the bathroom, I will have to kill him. That said, welcome to the last post in my series of posts related to the use of a Dremel in […]
New rosette cutter
Made a new rosette/soundhole cutter to use with a Dremel. Drew it up in Adobe Illustrator and cut the parts from 1/4" acrylic on a laser. Had to etch away a recess in the back of the base to accept the retaining nut on the pivot pin. The nylon wingnuts tighten easily and don't vibrate loose. I threaded the tool plate with a 3/4"-12 tap and the Dremel screws right in. I wanted to make one of acrylic so I could see everything while working - but will likely have to polish out fine scratches
Dremel Tile Cutting Kit (Rotary tools), multicolor
The tile cutting bit 562 included with the cutting guide attachment in this kit is perfect for shaping ceramic wall tile around bathroom or kitchen fixtures and pipes You can also use it to create decorative wall tile by cutting a design and filling it with colored grout Not recommended for ceramic floor tile Cutting guide attachment keeps bits at proper angle at all times and helps guide cutting path Easy depth adjustment-up to 3/4" cutting depth For use with Dremel models Single-Speed…