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I use mostly the Dremel with and without the flex shaft. This is for finer work and detailing. I use the foredom for rough cuts because it has the horsepower to handle it.
For even faster work, and it's surprising how fine a detail you can do with these I use a 3" angle grinder with everything from the chainsaw cutter to sandpaper discs. I'll be looking to buy a power carver in a little while. Foredom makes a number of different models with different hp ratings. Which ones do you guys have, hp wise?
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Also, any comments on the Wecheer knock-offs? They are considerably less expensive. Thanks, Burt. Burt Alcantara , Mar 1, Thanks for all of the great info. Currently I have a flex shaft Dremel and a reciprocating Ryobi no longer made and use both. I'm looking at the air powered high speed for finer finesse work. I've located a few used Midwest brand dental tools but I'm concerned about buying used tools, site unseen they're not nearby. I'll check Binh and Malcolm's websites. I also use the 4" angle grinder with the lancelot as well as discs for surface treatments.
Thanks again Mike. Mike Cunningham , Mar 2, Joined: May 6, Messages: Not an air driven machine - but you might want to check out a "micro motor". Foredom and NSK and others make them. It is like a fancy Dremel tool - but easier to use. I purchased a Foredom machine and I really love it.
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It runs at 0 - 50, RPMs. I took a class at Arrowmont last year with Mike Lee as the instructor. He used a micro motor and we got to try his. Fell in love with it and lately I think I have been carving more than I have been turning. Actually I turn something - takes a couple of hours - and then carve for a week or two. Hugh , Mar 2, Those Stirt flutes I have been doing are a little hard on the 'detail carver'.
I have been picking up Ryobi's online and garage sales but I think its time to move up to something that doesn't get so hot that I get first degree burns while carving. I am way off the subject, just wanted to say Hi and share. Frank Kobilsek , Mar 2, Weecher Knock-Offs Burt, I have one of those Weecher knock-off's, a power carver that does both reciprocating carving and rotary carving.
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