Father’s Day with Dremel
In a world where we can have it all, a homemade gift is as precious as it is priceless. A Dremel rotary tool enables sanding, engraving, carving, grinding, cutting, drilling, sharpening, cleaning and polishing. It is a must-have in every DIY’er toolbox, but if you are still having a hard time picturing the projects you could make with Dremel, check out some of these ideas. Using the right equipment, with the right settings is key to a successful execution, and we will show you how.
Glass engraving is a beautiful way to turn an everyday object into something to marvel at. Choose your design and sticky tape it to the inside of the glass. Then simply use your Dremel rotary tool to trace the outline. Always start at a lower speed, to get a feel for the tool, and material you are working on.
Photo credit: John Coulter (via Dremel Art on Facebook)
- Dremel Stylo+
- Dremel 689 11-Piece carving and engraving kit (we recommend the diamond tips when working on glass)
Personalised Wine Box
The Dremel 8220 cordless rotary tool is our recommendation for executing more demanding, and detailed projects. It is the most powerful tool in the Dremel line-up, making it ideal for cutting, drilling, and routing.
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- Dremel 8220 Cordless rotary tool
- Dremel Multi-Vise 2500
- Dremel 628 Drill Bit Set
- Dremel Versatip
Father’s Day will be a little different for most of us in 2020, so why not make the most of it, and try something different?
This is a sponsored post in conjunction with Dremel.