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This is the third post in this short series of power tools, again I picked a tool that most of you will have a quick look at and know in gereral what it is or will you?

This "What is it?" will again work a bit differently so make sure you read the rest of the post so you can answer the questions I'm asking............

For 200 points you need to answer these three questions correctly and be the first one to do so:
1) Do you own one of these? (Does not have to be from this company)
2) What is the correct name of this tool (the company that sold it called it.....)?
3) What reasons would one have to own one of these (some detail please)?

Now read the questions again, look at the picture, have a go at the answers.

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detail sanding, small cut offs, grout removal, light abroasives
 

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Sorry please try again, one or more of your answers are incorrect....

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Sorry one or more of the answers are still incorrect...... please continue playing the game and try again.

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(2)=(the company that sold it called it....."YOUR Tool")?

Once you paid for it they called it YOUR tool :)

Other than that I give up on this one.
Have a good one

Bj :)
 

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How about a hint?
This tool is not at all like a "dremel".
It does not use "dremel" type tools.......
In fact the chuck does not spin around....

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Heres a guess.
1) No I dont own one.
2) Electric engraver.
3) Used for marking your valuable tools.
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More hints?

It has two speeds (off doesn't count)
It has a wrench.
The tip is pressure-activated.
 

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Pet Nail Trimming Tool

reible said:
This is the third post in this short series of power tools, again I picked a tool that most of you will have a quick look at and know in gereral what it is or will you?

This "What is it?" will again work a bit differently so make sure you read the rest of the post so you can answer the questions I'm asking............

For 200 points you need to answer these three questions correctly and be the first one to do so:
1) Do you own one of these? (Does not have to be from this company)
2) What is the correct name of this tool (the company that sold it called it.....)?
3) What reasons would one have to own one of these (some detail please)?

Now read the questions again, look at the picture, have a go at the answers.

Ed
Pet Nail Trimming Tool
no i dont own one
to trim the dog's toe mails
 

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reible said:
This is the third post in this short series of power tools, again I picked a tool that most of you will have a quick look at and know in gereral what it is or will you?

This "What is it?" will again work a bit differently so make sure you read the rest of the post so you can answer the questions I'm asking............

For 200 points you need to answer these three questions correctly and be the first one to do so:
1) Do you own one of these? (Does not have to be from this company)
2) What is the correct name of this tool (the company that sold it called it.....)?
3) What reasons would one have to own one of these (some detail please)?

Now read the questions again, look at the picture, have a go at the answers.

Ed
1) NO
2) Its called a Detail Sander
3) can be used for sanding in "tight locations", with other accessories can be used to trim wood in tight locations, tile grout removal etc.
This is Ryobi's answer to the "pricy" Fein unit
 

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Still no correct answers......... but "detail" is in the name

Hint: blade stroke is 1mm

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reible said:
This is the third post in this short series of power tools, again I picked a tool that most of you will have a quick look at and know in gereral what it is or will you?

This "What is it?" will again work a bit differently so make sure you read the rest of the post so you can answer the questions I'm asking............

For 200 points you need to answer these three questions correctly and be the first one to do so:
1) Do you own one of these? (Does not have to be from this company)
2) What is the correct name of this tool (the company that sold it called it.....)?
3) What reasons would one have to own one of these (some detail please)?

Now read the questions again, look at the picture, have a go at the answers.

Ed
well then how about "Detail carver" ?
 

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2) Ryobi Detail Carver
3) the Detail Carver is a power chisel that works with a pressure-activated chisel motion. You can use it to create plaques for desks, personalize wood crafts, replicate Victorian detail for home repair projects and even create decorative arts for country kitchens.
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steveo said:
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2) Ryobi Detail Carver
3) the Detail Carver is a power chisel that works with a pressure-activated chisel motion. You can use it to create plaques for desks, personalize wood crafts, replicate Victorian detail for home repair projects and even create decorative arts for country kitchens.
steveo

oops forgot #1
1) NO
 

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steveo said:
oops forgot #1
1) NO
ALRIGHT STEVEO!

Yes it is a Ryobi model DC500 Detail Carver!

If I were to do it again I would look for an upscaled model for about a hundred bucks more.... it works but only sort of.

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Michael, Moto-tools are in fact a brand name for rotary tools. This is similar in appearance but does not rotate, it moves the tool back and forth. With a wide blade they work great as gasket scrapers.
 
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