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sean costin
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Posted - 10/06/2010 :  05:08:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I just bought a Dremel multi-max for a project around the house and I found out that it cuts rigid insulation foam like butter and does not heat it up at all or melt any foam. The only problem is that the depth on the blade that came with it is only a little more than an inch. You can do plunging cuts with ease. It would be great for rough trimming and reducing mess because it is very thin and has a tiny cut line.

It's totally safe to use. You can put your thumb against the blade when vibrating. I'm seeing some lager diameter blades online and ones that are designed for fiberglass and carbon fiber.


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Posted - 10/06/2010 :  17:28:54  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Originally posted by sean costin

I just bought a Dremel multi-max for a project around the house...

So that's what you tell the wife...

...Got it.

(Shouts upstairs): HONEY, I need a mig welder to fix the sink!

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