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Old 01-09-2006, 05:25 PM   #11
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Default Re: dremel 400 xpr worth it?

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I don't have a 400 XPR specifically, but I do have a dremel with an accessory kit.
The fiberglass reinforced cutting wheels are real good, they don't wear down as fast as the regular wheels do. You'll know the fiberglass reinforced ones because they have like a checkerboard pattern on them. The regular ones don't, as well as the regular ones being a little smaller. There should be about 10 or so of each in the accessory kit, but you can buy more. I use mine all the time, cutting off bolts, re slotting stripped out screws, polishing stuff, sharpening tools, you'll find a thousand uses for it.
ya, is it possible for you to take a vid of you cutting pvc with it?
(so i can see how fast it goes)
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Default Re: dremel 400 xpr worth it?

it says it goes up to 35,000 rpm's...that should be fast enough for you to cut pvc pipe. But like I said before, the cutting wheel gets clogged with the plastic so it won't go as fast as it should.
I could see about a video, dunno if I have any pvc pipe or not.
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