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Your Groovy tool setup 15 May 2019 20:24 #1

  • Kenneth Smith
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How about a topic for members to describe their Groovy Tool Setup. With a descriptive of ease of operation included, it will help new members to decide their own tool purchase. Include a picture of the motor drive and hand tool. The operations sounds simple, but topic discussing pros and cons on available tools will help the new guy starting out.
Ken

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Your Groovy tool setup 16 May 2019 07:49 #2

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Great idea!
I use the Dremel 4000 with the Flex shaft, so I can cut with one hand and adjust speed (or whatever) with the other.
I also place the TB in a Panavice. trying to hold a TB steady while handling a tool rotating at 15000rpm seemed like a bad idea. I tried with a bench vice (in fact, that's how I grooved my dad's mower, my first groove), but it required some acrobatics, especially since I didn't have the vice at that point.
all I need now is one of those magnifying glasses with LED lights that clamp to a desk/table and I'll be all set
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