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Well this one looks like fun!
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But will it adjust from the top of the table?

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isn't that just a regular dremel with a jigsaw type bottom on it? cause im pretty sure mine can cut/sand and route cause ive used it for all 3 jobs they list in the past *scratchs head* im confused.

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Heck with adjust from the top of the table... will it make julianne fries? <G>

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What a cute looking baby!!! I wonder if it will look like it's father the router or mother the jig saw. It just may be the milkman's, the sander. What a poor confused child as it grows up.

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isn't that just a regular dremel with a jigsaw type bottom on it? cause im pretty sure mine can cut/sand and route cause ive used it for all 3 jobs they list in the past *scratchs head* im confused.
I'm with you. My dremel can do all those things and more with a fairly quick change of attachment.

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Well I'll be danged!! Pretty neat little machine. I have found my little Dremel handy many times: sanding, cutting etc. It is surely worth the $99 I paid for it. I suspect this new little tool will be a lot of fun!!
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I've got an older (~25 yrs) Dremel mototool. I don't use it all that *often* but when I need it, it really comes through!

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