Dremel Tools

Dremel Project Kits make ideal Christmas gifts
Dremel have introduced two kits just in time for the festive season: a Home Repair Kit and Home Décor Project Kit, both of which allow users to complete a variety of projects. The kits make the perfect Christmas gift for any DIY or craft enthusiast and are available at your local Builders, via www.tools4wood.co.za  or your local Dremel stockist.
Custom house number plaque
With all the do-it-myself mini-renovations going on at the moment, one involves moving the front gate. I was left with a blank wall close to the back gate and thought it might be the perfect place to mount a custom house number plaque. If you fancy making your own house number plaque it's very simple..
DIY decorative tree towel hanger
If you need extra storage in a small bathroom, this towel tree is perfect for hanging towels and the branches can be folded flat when not in use. Everyone in the family can have their own branch!
Cut out and replace damaged windowsill
When wood rot attacks a wooden windowsill, you need to fix this as quickly as possible unless you want to replace the entire window frame. Cutting out and replacing damaged wood is easy if you use a Dremel cutting tool.
Add decorative detail with the Dremel Trio
Here in SA we aren't lucky enough to be able to choose from a wide selection of moulding and trim, and especially embellishments or onlays for decorating furniture. To overcome this lack of local supply, I use my Dremel Trio to make custom trim, mouldings and onlays for a variety of projects.
diy beadboard
How to make your own beadboard
When looking to make your own cottage, country or shabby chic furniture and accessories, you are going to need some beadboard. But here in SA, finding beadboard is like hunting for lost treasure. If you own a Dremel Trio, making your own beadboard is quick and easy...
All I want for Christmas is Dremel...!
Dremel has some fantastic power tools in its range, and continues to add even more exciting tools. If you are looking for that perfect gift for someone who loves crafty DIY, then Dremel will have a tool that is perfect.
Dremel Moto-Saw
I have a scroll saw in my workshop but find it a mission to get out and set up. It's bulky, noisy and more trouble than it's worth. This nifty little tool, on the other hand, looks quick and easy to set up and I can use it anywhere. The Dremel Moto-Saw is due for launch in January 2013, so too late for my Christmas List, but I will be putting some cash aside and be the first one in the store to get mine...!
DIY wine rack with Dremel Trio
If you enjoy entertaining in your kitchen and dining space, you’ll probably want to offer your guests a nice glass of wine. And what a stylish option there is for storing it! Create our hanging wine rack and you’ll be the envy of your friends. All you have to do is to simply check out the items listed below and then follow our instructions. It’s sure to bring out the great cook and effortless host in you!
New router bits for Dremel Trio
Dremel have launched a new range of router bits for the Dremel Trio, which means this little powerhouse tool is now even more versatile. The special carbide bits are specially engineered to work with the Dremel TRIO and are supplied as a kit that includes a beading, a rabbet, a flush trim, a cove and a V-groove bit.

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Using the new Dremel Saw-Max
The DIY Divas just received a Dremel Saw Max to try out. I am busy making a Dog Kennel for the Easy DIY magazine and thought this would be a great opportunity to put the Dremel Saw Max to use, to see exactly what it can do.
The new Dremel Saw-Max
It's time to toss aside the angle grinder and put the circular saw back on the shelf. The Dremel Saw-Max reinvents cutting as you know it. Powerful enough to cut through virtually any material and simple enough to be able to control with one hand.
How to add cool lights to a PC case or tower
Here’s how to cut an acrylic window into the side of your computer case so that you can see all of its inner workings.
Make your own decorative handles
A recent photo shoot called for a console table that had butterfly-design handles, and I originally said that wasn't possible. However, having decided to make my own handles - why not make a butterfly design?
How to cut blinds to fit a window
Home-Dzine - Time to put up aluminium blinds but the standard size doesn't fit. So what to do? My windows measure 1000mm across and the blinds are 1200mm, which means the blinds won't be able to fit inside the recess and are a bit too small to sit on the outside. This is where owning a Dremel MultiTool really comes in useful!
DIY hanging wine rack
Create our hanging wine rack and you’ll be the envy of your friends. All you have to do is to simply check out the items listed below and then follow our instructions. It’s sure to bring out the great cook and effortless host in you!

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The Dremel Trio replaces a cumbersome router
With the Dremel TRIO you can cut, sand and rout with one small, yet powerful tool. It's perfect for projects in and around the home. Cut wood, plastic, drywall, sheet metal, wall tile and more with one tool. The unique 360-degree cutting technology and plunge-cut ability allows users to make quick and controlled cuts, while its unique, 90-degree pivoting handle facilitates added control, comfort and accuracy.
Carving wood
If you own a Dremel Rotary Tool, you can easily transform a plain piece into something unique. In this feature I'm not going to show you how to make the cabinet, but rather how easy it is to use a Dremel MultiTool for carving.
Wood decorations
If you own a Dremel MultiTool, you can easily craft your own decorations using nothing more than branches cut from your own garden.
Dremel MultiMax a multi-purpose tool
With the new Multi-Max, Dremel brings a superior consumer experience to the cordless oscillating tool category. The ideal tool to repair, remodel and or restore.
Wall terrarium
These vertical terrariums make great gifts - or keep them for your home - they are extremely easy to maintain. Who wouldn’t want to bring a little bit of the outdoors to their home or office?
Dremel engraved jug
With a love of wild animals, and particularly the Zebra, I decided to engrave this very cheap glass jug using my Dremel Engraver.

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Contemporary light bar
Crystals hanging from an aluminium pole are all you need to create a glamorous, and sexy feel to your kitchen or dining table. Lighting is provided by battery-operated LED lights.
Potted cutlery holder
Small clay or plastic flower pots are perfect for dressing up a garden table for a party or when entertaining. Add some thick string or jute, and a few silk flowers, and there you have it!

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Recycle old LP's
I saw this idea on the Internet some time ago and thought that it was a great way to recycle all my old LP's stacked in huge piles at the bottom of a cupboard. OK, so LP's might not be what they are called these days... so let's recycle old vinyls!
Welcome sign
By request, this week I'm going to show you how easy it is to use a Dremel Trio for carving a welcome sign. You don't have to use a Dremel Trio for this project, you can use any Dremel MultiTool and an engraving cutter for this project.
Lace eggs
If you own a Dremel MultiTool or Dremel Engraver, you can create these wonderful intricate carved lace eggs for yourself, or as special gifts for family and friends.
Take a look at the Dremel Range of Multitools
Dremel Multitools are being introduced to South Africa this week. These ingenious tools and attachments will allow you to handle an extremely wide variety of DIY and creative crafts and projects.
Make a wind chime
Use your Dremel Multitool to craft this delicate wind chime with recycled tin cans.
Decorative photo frame
Use your Dremel Glue Gun to create decorative photo frames for a home - or for gifts.
Make flowers from plastic bottles
Use empty plastic bottles to create a wonderful display of flowers.
How to engrave on glass
Use a Dremel Multitool or Engraver to create hand crafted gifts.
Recycle newspaper
You can make these adorable flowers with newspaper and buttons.
Recycled materials make a bracelet
Search your tool box or kitchen draw and turn safety pins, washers, copper
wire – even small coins into amazing pieces of jewellery.
Paper lanterns with style
Paper chinese shades can be bought at Chinese shops around the country at very affordable prices. A bit plain, you can easily add a touch of pizzazz with a few easily available accessories.
Carve a frame with your Dremel Multitool
Buy cheap frames and carve them with a Dremel Multitool for your own unique decor.
Decorative wall plaques
Use a Dremel Multitool to craft and carve your own unique artwork.
Faux fur chair
Upholster a chair with faux fur and create an instant statement piece for a home.

 

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