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apike
06-07-2010, 08:53 AM
NEW DREMEL TOOLS

Dremel is the leading name in rotary drills, with a wealth of accessories and options.
We’re happy to announce that we are bringing a comprehensive range to Cooksongold.com (http://www.cooksongold.com/category_select.jsp?query=dremel), including the lightweight Glue Gun (http://www.cooksongold.com/Jewellery-Tools/Dremel-Glue-Gun-Hobby-Glue-Gun-prcode-999-8001), versatile Versatip Soldering Iron (http://www.cooksongold.com/Jewellery-Tools/Dremel-Versatip-Butane-6-In-1-Hand-Torch-prcode-999-7702) and bestselling Versaflame Butane Hand Torch (http://www.cooksongold.com/Jewellery-Tools/Dremel-Versaflame-Butane-Hand-Torch-prcode-999-7701) among many others including the essential Dremel 300i Rotary Drill Kit (http://www.cooksongold.com/Jewellery-Tools/Dremel-300i-Rotary-Drill-Kit-Dremel-300-With-Accessory-Kit-prcode-999-3201) priced at 44.99! Click here (http://www.cooksongold.com/category_select.jsp?query=dremel) to view our full range starting from ONLY 26.99 for the portable Dremel Project Table (http://www.cooksongold.com/Jewellery-Tools/Dremel-Project-Table-prcode-999-8002).

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Dennis
06-07-2010, 03:05 PM
Dear Adam,
When they run out of the electric hand engraver 999 STO3, could Cooksons also consider the Dremel version?

Dennis
02-02-2011, 08:37 PM
Dear Adam,
When they run out of the electric hand engraver 999 STO3, could Cooksons also consider the Dremel version?


I notice that this is now in this month's mini-catalogue. I always use mine to sign pieces which don't go for hallmarking.

I also feel quite strongly about a Proxxon bench drill accessory. I have had my bench drill in regular use for about 14 years and it is still good as new. But the collet set which comes with it is a complete pain and would put many busy people off using it.

I bought the optional three jaw chuck at the same time. It accepts most drills from 0.5-6.0mm and is operated by a key, which means that it is always ready to go. For very accurate work wih tiny drills you can still use the collets, or more conveniently the mounted version with standard 2.3mm shanks. Dennis.