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Dremel: The Most Versatile Tool in Your Tool Box

With more than 85 years in business, Dremel continues to be one of the most well-known names in the tool industry, or you could say, "the king of rotary tools." Known for inventing high-speed rotary tools, Dremel has grown to offer a full line of high-performance rotary tools, oscillating tools, and specialty tools.

Accessories and Attachments

Sold with a wide range of accessories and attachments, Dremel’s rotary tools are top-sellers around the world because of their versatility and flexibility. DIYers, crafters, woodworkers, auto mechanics, and artists use Dremel tools to accomplish a wide variety of projects with various materials. 

Why Use Dremel Tools?

Because no other brand has dedicated as many years to providing you rotary tools with accessories and attachments that are gold standard in versatility, durability, precision, and creativity!  

What is a Rotary Tool?

Rotary Tools are handheld power tools that accept a variety of attachments. They are often used for sanding, carving, shining, sharpening, and smoothing.  They are high–speed and compact for control and precision and have multiple speed settings, which can be adjusted depending on the project and material.

Dremel rotary tools allow you to install baseboards, polish your grill, carve wood pieces, engrave metal, cut holes in drywall for electrical outlets, and remove grout in old tile. Because of the different attachments, rotary tool functionalities are endless!

What is an Oscillating Tool?

Oscillating tools differ from rotary tools because they use high-speed, side-by-side motion instead of circular spinning. They accept a variety of attachments that allow you to cut, scrape, sand, and grind. Their distinct back-and-forth motion causes fewer vibrations, allowing you to work in tight spaces if needed. Much like a rotary tool, oscillating tools are that do-it-all tool, making it a must-have for any DIYer!

What Dremel Tool is Right for You?

If you’re asking yourself questions like…

  • What Dremel tool should I buy?

  • What Dremel bit cuts metal?

  • What Dremel bit engraves wood?

  • What Dremel bit cuts glass?

Then check out Dremel’s Tool and Accessory Finder, where you can find the right tool for the job and the correct bits by task and material!