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Moto-Tool
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° Owner's
Manual
275, 285, 395 -2
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OWNER'S
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MANUAL?
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This manual will tell you how to get the
most out of your new Moto-Tool.
It will
give youtips
on some of the many
different
do-it-yourself
jobs the
tool will perform
around your
home and workshop.
WARNING
assembly
• operation
• safety
OREMEL
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For your own safety
read your
Owner's Manual
instructions.
before operating
your
Dremel Moto-Tool
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_
Racine,
Wisconsin
53401
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IN U.S.A.
For Your Safety...
READ
1. Keep work area
and benches
invite
clean -injuries.
AND
Cluttered
areas
2. Avoid
dangerous
environment
-Don't
expose
tools to rain.
Don't use power tools in
damporwetlocations.
Don't use power tools
in the presence
of flammable
liquids or gases.
Avoid
chemical
or corrosive
environments
Keep work
area welt lit.
3. Guard
against
electric
shock -- Prevent
body
contact
with grounded
surfaces.
For
example:
pipes,
radiators,
refrigerator
enclosures.
4. Keep children away -- Do not let visitors
contact tool or extension cord. All visitors
should be kept away from work areas.
5o Store idle tools -- When not in use, tools
should be stored in dry, and high or lockedup place - out of reach of children.
6. Don't force t,:ol -- It will do the job better
and safer at the rate for which it was intended.
7. Use right tool - Don't force small tool or
attachment
to do the job of a heavy-duty tool.
Don't use tool for purpose not intended - for
example - don't use circular saw for cutting
tree limbs or logs.
8, Dress properly _ Do not wear loose clothing or jewetry. They can becaught in moving
parts. Rubber gloves and non-skid footwear
are
recommended
when
worR.ing outdoors. Wear protective
hair coyering to contain long hair.
9. Use safety
glasses
-- Also use face or dust
mask
if cutting
operation
is dusty.
SAVE
electric
ALL THE
shock,
FOLLOWING
When
using electric
tools, basic safety precautions
should always
be followed to reduce
the risk of fire,
and personal injury, including the following:
INSTRUCTIONS:
10. Don't abuse cord -- Never carry tool by
cord or yank it to disconnect
from receptacle. Keep cord from t_eat, oil, and sharp
edges.
11. Secure
work -Use clamps
or vise to
hold work. It's safer than using your hand and
it frees both hands
to operate
tool.
12. Don't over-reach _ Keep proper footing
and balance at all times,
13. Maintain tools with care -- Keep tools
sharp and clean for be_er and safer performance. Follow instructions
for lubricating
and changing accessories.
Inspect tool cords
periodically
and if damaged,
have repaired,
by authorized service facility.
Inspect extension cords periodically and replace if damaged.
Keep handles dry, clean, and free from oil
and grease.
14. Disconnect
servicing,
and
such as blades,
tools -- Wh en not in use, before
when ohanging
accessories,
bit, cutters.
15. Remove adjusting keys and wrenches-Form habit of checking to see that keys and
adjusting wrenches are removed
from tool
before turning it on.
16. Avoid
unintentional
starting
carry plugged-in
tool with finger
Be sure switch
is off when plugged
-Don't
on switch.
in.
17. Outdoor use extension
cords -- When
tool is used outdoors,
use only extension
cords intended
for use outdoors
and so
marked.
18. Stay alert -- Watch what you are doing.
Use common sense. Do not operate
tool
READ AND SAVE
ALL THE
PRECEDING
when you are tired.
Don't
after taking drugs, alcohol
use power
tools
or medications.
19, Do not alter or misuse tool -- These tools
are precision built. Any alteration or modification not specified is misuse and may
result in a dangerous condition.
20. Avoid gaseous areas -- Do not operate
portable electric tools ingaseous or explosive
atmospheres, Motors in these tools normally
spark, and the sparks might ignite fumes.
21 Check for damaged parts-- before further
use of the toot, check for damaged parts.
Check for alignment of moving parts, binding
of moving parts, breakage of parts, mounting, and any other conditions that may affect
its operation. A part that is damaged should
be properly repaired or replaced by authorized
service center before further use of the tool.
Have defective switches replaced by authorized
service center. Do not use tool if switch does
not turn it on and off.
22. Your tool is double insulated -- And no
grounding is necessary. The tool is equipped
with a two wire cord and two prong plug which
can be used in standard 120 volt A.C° curriers.
Use only identical replacement part= when
service is required.
23. EXTENSION
CORDS - An undersize
cord will cause a drop in line voltage, resulting in toss of power and over-heating. Use 18
gauge or heavier cord. NOTE: The smaller
the gauge number, the heavier the cord.
(Extension cords are available.)
24. WARNING: Use of damaged
shock, burn or electrocute.
cords can
INSTRUCTIONS
Dremel Limited Warranty
Your Dremet
product
is warranted
against
defective
material
or
workmanship
for a period
of one year from date of purchase.
In
the event
of a failure
of a product
to conform
to this written
warranty
you
should
return
the product,
along
with
proof
of
purchase
date and a written
statement
about the nature
of the
problem,
to:
Dremel
Service
Center
4915 Twenty-first
Street
Racine,
Wisconsin
53406
or
Oreme!
Service
Center
4631 E. Sunny
Dunes
Palm Spring,
California
manship
within the limitations
of the warranty,
Dremel will repair
or replace
the product
free of charge
and return product
prepaid.
Repairs
made
necessary
by normal wear or abuse, or
repair
for product
outside
the warranty
period, if they can be
made,
will be charged
at regular factory
prices.
OREMEL
MAKES
NO
OTHER
WARRANTY
OF ANY
KIND
WHATEVER,
EXPRESSED
OR IMPLIED,
AND
ALL IMPLIED
WARRANTIES
OF MERCHANTASILITY
AND FITNESS
FOR A
PARTICULAR
PURPOSE
WHICH
EXCEED
THE
ABOVE
MENTIONED
OBLIGATION
ARE HEREBY
DISCLAIMED
BY
DREMEL
AND EXCLUDED
FROM THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY.
This warranty
gives you specific
legal rights and you may also
have Diner rights
which vary from state to state. The obligation
of
the warrantor
is soley to repair
or replace
the product.
The
warrantor
is not liable
for any incidental
or consequential
damages
due to such defect.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitations
of incidental
or consequential
damages,
so the
above
limitations
or exclusion
may not apply to you.
92264
No employee,
agent,
dealer
or other person is authorized
to give
any warranties
on behalf ofDremel.
IfOremelinsoeclionshows
that
the problem
was caused
by defective
material
or work-
Page
For prices and warranty
fulfillment
in Ihe continental
contact
your local Dremel
distributor,
2
United States,
introduction
The
Moto-Tool
is a handful
of high-speed
power.
It serves
as a carver,
a grinder,
polisher,
sander,
cutter,
power
brush, drill
and more.
The Mote-Tool
has a small, powerful
electric
motor,
is comfortable
in the hand.
and is
made
to accept
a large variety
of accessories
including
abrasive
wheels,
drill
bits, wire
brushes,
polishers,
engraving
cutters,
router
bits, and cutting
wheels.
Accessories
come
in a variety
of shapes
and permit
you to do a
number
of different
jobs.
As you become
familiar
with
the range
of accessories
and
their uses, you will learn just how versatile
the
Moto-Toolis.
You'll
see dozens
of uses you
hadn't
thought
of before
now.
The real secret
of the Mote-Tool
is its speed.
To understand
the advantages
of its high
speed,
you have
to know that the standard
portable
electric
drill
runs at speeds
up to
2,800 revolutions
per minute.
The Mote-Tool
operates
at speeds
up to 30,000 revolutions
per minute.
The typical
electric
drill is a lowspeed,
high torque
tool; the Mote-Tool
is just
the opposite
-a high-speed,
low torque
tool.
The chief difference
to the user is that in
the
high
speed
tools,
the speed
combined
with
the accessory
mounted
in the chuck
does the work.
You don't apply
pressure
to
the tool, but simply
hold and guide
it. In the
low speed
tools,
you not only guide the tool,
bu.t also apply
pressure
to it, as you do, for
example,
when
drilling
a hole.
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Slot
Screw
Head
Cut
Metal
Rusted
Engrave
Nut
Precise
Glass
Drilling
It is this high speed,
along with its compact
size and wide variety
of special
accessories,
that
makes
the
Mote-Tool
different
from
other
power tools.
The speed enables
ittodo
jobs
low-speed
tools
cannot
do, such
as
cutting
hardened
steel, engraving
glass, etc.
Getting
the most
matter
of learning
for you.
out of your Mote-Tool
how to let this speed
is a
work
You should
not think
of the Mote-Tool
as a
small
version
of a standard
electric
drill.
While
it does do some of the same jobs as an
electric
drill,
it
is basically
different
in
concept,
design
and use. Craftsmen
who
have used it for years think of it as "a special
tool for special
jobs",
and as "the tool that
does jobs which
others
don't."
Cut
Pipe
Sharpen
And
jobs
tools,
and
rust.
Wood
1
For example,
if you want to cut a neat 2-inch
square
hole in a furnace
duct, the Mote-Toot
will do the job quickly
and easily, Practically
no other
tool
will.
Or if a door
is slightly
misallgned
because
the house
settled,
the
latch bolt may no longer enter the strike plate
properly,
making
the door difficult
to close or
lock.
Use
the Mote-Tool
to cut away just
enough
of the strike
plate so that the latch bolt
operates
properly.
You can do it in minutes.
There
are
literally
hundreds
of special
applications
such as these for the Mote-Toot
in every
home.
In addition
to these special
applications,
think
of the Mote-Tool
for shaping
or removing
wood,
metal
and plastics.
This is how wood
carvers
use the tool, and while you may not be
interested
in wood
carving,
there are many
times
when you want to cut a recess, round a
slnarp corner,
or enlarge
an opening.
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Shape
Tools
.
J
Polzsn
Brass
Carve
Shape
Wood
Tile
then
there
are grinding
and polishing
done by theMoto-Toot.
You can sharpen
scissors
and cutlery,
get nd of burrs
unwanted
sharp
edges,
accumulated
grind
new shapes,
etc.
The point is to think of the Mote-Tool
for the
many jobs it can do because
of its own unique
properties
and capabdities.
When you have
a job to do, think
of the Mote-Toot
as one
possible
solution,
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R_ ,_et
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Delicate
3
Sanding
Crlil
Hjrdwood
Operation
Guidelines
Read
the next sections
carefully.
They will
help you use your MolD-TOOl
correctly
and
help
you select
the correct
accessory
for
your job.
Using
the Moto-Tool
The first step in learning
to use the Moto-Tool
is to get the "feel"
of it. Hold it in your hand
and feel
its weight
and balance.
Feel the
taper
of the housing.
This taper
permits the
Moto-Tool
to be grasped
much like a pen or
pencil.
If you nave a variable
speed
model,
turn iron by sliding
the switch
speed indicator
to each of the speed settings
(1 Ihru 5), allowing
the
toot
to maintain
full
speed
at each
setting.
If you have a two-speed
model,
turn
it on by sliding the switch indicator
to the LOW
speed setting.
You will notice a detent
at this
setting.
Then slide the switch indicatortothe
HIGH
speed
setting.
You will also notice a
detent
at this setting.
If you have a single
speed
model,
turn it on by sliding
the switch
indicator
to the on position,
you
will also
notice
a detent
at this setting.
When
you turn on the tool for the first time,
hold it away from your face. Accessories
can
be damaged
during
handling,
and can fly
apart
as they come
up to speed.
This is not
common,
but it does happen.
Practice
on scrap
materials
first to see how
the Moto-Tool
cuts.
Keep in mind
that the
work']s
done by the speed of the tool and by
the accessory
in the chuck.
You should
not
lean on or push the tool into the work.
Instead,
lower
the spinning
accessory
lightly
to the work
and allow it to touch
the point at.
which
you want cutting
(or sanding
or etch-"
ing, etc.) to begin.
Concentrate'on
guiding
the tool over the work
using very little pros-
sure from your
do the work.
hand.
Allow
the accessory
to
Usually,
it is best to make
a series
of passes
with the tool rather than attempt
to do all the
work in one pass.
To make a cut. for example,
pass the tool bacX and forth over the work,
much
as you would
a small
paint
brush.
Cut a little material
on each
pass until you
reach the desired
depth.
For most work, the
deft, gentle
touch
is best.
With
it, you have
me best
control,
are
less
likely
to make
errors, and will get the most efficient
work out
of the accessory.
The pencil
grip we described
is one way to
hold the Moto-Tool.
A second
way to grip the
tool much
as you would
the handgrip
on a
bicycle,
with your hand wrapped
around
the
housing and the chuck extending
just beyond
your thumb and forefinger.
This grip must be
used for cutoff wheels
and saws for maximum
control
and
is often
used
with
polishing,
brushing,
and grinding
accessories.
When
using
the steel
saws
(No.s.
400,
406)
or cutoff
wheels (Nos. 409, 420, 426) always
have the
work securely
clamped.
Never
attempt
to
hold the work with
one
hand while
using
either of these
accessories.
The reason
is
that these wheels
will grab if they become
slightly canted
in the groove,
and can kickback
causing
loss of control
resulting
in
serious injury.
Your second
hand should be
used to steady
and guide
the hand holding
the tool. When
a cutoff
wheel
grabs,
the
wheel itself usually
breaks.
When the steel
saw wheel
grabs,
it may
jump
from
the
groove
and you could
lose control
of the
tool.
f,'
For best control in close work, grip the MotoTool like a pencil between your thumb
and
forefinger.
This is the "handgrip" method of holding the
tool used for operations such as grinding a
flat surface.
The operation of any power tool can result in foreign objects being thrown into the eyes. ,which can
result in severe eye damage.
Always wear safety glasses or eye shields before commencing oo,,ver tool
operation.
We recommended
Wide
Vlsion
Safety
Mask for use over spectac!es
or standard
safety
glasses.
Whenever
you hold the tool, be careful
not to
cover
the air vents
with
your hand. This
blocks
the air flow and causes
the motor to
overheat.
ALWAYS
CHANGING
COLLETS
UNPLUG
MOTO-TOOL
BEFORE
ACCESSORIES,
CHANGING
OR SF--=_VlCING YOUR MOTO TOOL
LOCK
COLLETS -- Four different
illustration), to accommodate
size toilets (see
different shank
SELF-ADJUSTING
KEYLESS
CHUCK
AVAILABLE AS ACCESSORY)
/
77._IB)_ f_,l
482 1116"
COLLET
BUT'tON
WRENCH
COLLET
_
o
l
TO LOOSEN
483 1132"
\
COLLET
COLLET
NUT
COLLET
-- Consists
of a collet nut and toilet.
To loosen,
first slide
shaft lock forward
and
rotate the shaft by hand until the lock engages
the shaft preventing
further
rotation.
(NOTE:
Do not engage
lock while the MotoTool is running.)
With
the lock engaged
use
the collet
wrench
to loosen
the collet
nut.
Change
accessories
inserting
the new one
Into the collet
as far as possible
to minimize
runout
and unbalance.
With the lock engaged,
tighten
the collet
nut with the wrench
until the
accessory
shank
is gripped
by the poller.
Avoid
excessive
tightening
of Ihe oollet nut.
This means
of securing
accessories
is best
when using the same
bit for extended
periods
or during
heavy material
removal
applications.
COLLET
sizes, are available
for your
Moto-Tool.
To
install a different
toilet,
remove
the cotlet nut
and remove the old collet.
Insert the unslotted
end of the cotlet in the hole in the end of the
tool shaft. Replace
collet
nut on the shaft.
Always
use the collet
which
matches
the
shank size of the accessory
you plan to use.
Never force
a larger
diameter
shank
into a
collet.
KEYLESS
CHUCK--Can
be threaded
on the
end of the shaft by engaging
the shaft lock
button,
you need only use hand tightening
to
secure an accessory.
Use the keyless
chuck
when there is a need to change
bits frequently,
for light duty jobs.
Page
4
BALANCING
ACCESSORIES
-- For precision
work, it is important
that all accessories
be in
good balance (much the same as the tires on
your automobile).
To true up or balance
an
accessory,
slightly loosen collet nut and give
the accessory
or collet a I/4" turn.
Retighten
toilet nut and run the Moto-Toot.
You should
be able to tell by the sound and feel if your
accessory
is running
in balance.
Continue
adjusting in this fashion until best balance
is
achieved.
To maintain
balance
on abrasive
wheel points, before each use, with the wheel
point secured
in me toilet,
turn on the MotoTool and run the 415 Dressing
Stone
lightly
against
the
revolving
wheel
point.
This
removes
high soots and trues up the wheel
point for good balance.
WHEEL DIAMETER
-- Other than the No. 426
cutoff wheel, do not use grinding wheels over
1" in diameter,
Mote-Tool's
high speed
can
cause larger wheels
to fly apart
and could
cause injury.
SAFETY
-- Protect your ey_es when grinding
or routing with the Moto-Tool...
always wear
an approved
type of safety glasses.
Remember.
your new Dremel
Moto-Tool
is
the finest
power
tool of its kind.
But its
performance
is only
as
good
as
the
accessories
with
wmct_
it is used.
"_'e
recommend
onb/ Oreme{ accessories
to be
used," "Use of any other
accessories
may
create a hazard."
We hope you'll enjoy many
years
of trouble
free pleasure
from
your
Oremel Moto-Tool.
Operating
Speeds
Set the speed
indicator
to fit the job - To
achieve
the best
job results
when working
with
different
materials,
the speed
of the
Moto-Tool
should
be regulated.
Only a full
wave
output
speed
control
such as the
Dremel
Models
217 and 219 should be used
with
the Model
275.
Model
285 and 395
Moto-Tool
has an integral
speed control and
an external
speed
control
should never be
used with these tools.
Needs
& Accessories
for Slower
Speeds
However
certam
materials
(some
plastics,
for example)
require
a relatively
slow speed
because
at mgh speed
me frtotion
of the tool
generates
neat and causes
ti'le plastic to melt.
Hardwoods,
metals,
and glass require
high
speed operation,
and drilling
should
also be
done at high speeds.
The speed of model 395 is controlled
this indicator
on the housing.
by setting
To select the right speed
for each job, use a
practice
piece
of material.
Vary speed
to
find the best speed
for the accessory
you are
using and the job to be done.
There
are three
basic types of Moto-Tools:
single speed,
:wo-soeed
and variable
speed
models.
On the single
speed
model, thereis
an ON-OFFswitcn.
When the switch is on, the
tool runs
at 28,000
F_PM. On the two-speed
model,
there
is a LO and HI switch.
When the
switch indicator
is on the low setting,
the tool
runs at about
15,000
RPM.
When
the switch
indicator
is on the high setting
the tool runs
about
28,000
RPM.
On the variable
speed
model,
there is a switch
indicator;
with a white
line on it. Slide
to the number
on the housing
to
select
the
operating
speed
needed
from
5,000-30,000
R.P.M,
You can referto
the
charts
on
page
6 to determine
the
proper
speed,
based
on the material
being
worked
and
the
type
of cutter
or other
accessory
being
used.
These
charts
enable
you tO select
both the correct
accessory
and
the optimum
speed
at a glance.
If you
have
a single
speed
or two-speed
model,
you wil be able to use many acces.-.
sories
to do a wide assortment
of jobs.
For.
the majority
of applications,
all models
of the
Moto-Tool
should
be used at top'speed.
Most work is done at top spe_:l on all Moto-Tooi
models.
Lower speeds
are needed
only for
certain
tasks.
Slow speeds
( 15,000 R P M or less) usually
are
best for polishing
o_erations
employing
the
felt polisning
accessories.
They may also be
best
for working
on
delicate
projects
as
"eggery"
work,
delic:_te
wood
cawing,
and
fragile model
parts.
You
should
always
do
polishing
with wire brush accessories
at slower
speeds
and never
higher
than 15,000 RPM.
Higher speeds
are better
routing,
shaping,
cutting
in wood.
for cawing,
cutting,
dadoes
or rabbets
The Settings
for Approximate
Per Minute Moto-Tool
Variable
395.
Switch
Setting
1
2
3
4
5
Speed
Revolutions
Speed Model
Range
4,500- 8,000
9,000-11,000
12.000-17,000
18,000-24,000
25,000-30,000
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
NOTE:
Speed is affected by voltage changes°
A reduced
incoming
voltage
will slow the
R.P.M.
of the tool, especially
at the lowest
setting.
If your tool appears to be running
slow increase the speed setting
accordingly.
Ultimately, the best way to determine
the correct
speed for work on any material
is to practice
for a few minutes
on a piece of scrap,
even
after referring
to _he chart. You can quickly
learn that a slowe? or faster speed is more
effective
just by observing
what happens
as
you make a pass or two at different
speeds.
When working
with plastic,
for example,
start
at a slow rate of speed and increase
the speed
until you observe that the plastic is melting
at
the point of contact.
Then back the speed
off
sligntly
to get the optimum
working
speed.
I
Some rules of thumb in regard
to speed:
1. Plastic
and materials
that melt
at low
temperatures
should be cut at low speeds.
2.
If you choose,
dial the speed you need on the
single
speed
model
275 with this table-top
control
accessory.
Dial Settings
for Approximate
Per
Minute,
using
the
No.
Operated
Speed
Control
speed
Moto-Tools.
Dial
Setting
1
2
3
4
5
Revolutions
219 Manually
with
single
Speed
500
4,000
12,000
22,000
28,000
Range
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
RPM
(Note:
You can
dial
intermediate
settings.
For example,
a dial setting
of 2-1/2
would
produce
a motor
speed
of approximately
8,000 RPM.)
If you need it. single-speed
have speed control
by the
control unit.
models
addition
also can
of a foot
The point to remember
is this: You can do the
great malonty
of work wtth the single speed at
its regular
speed
of 28,000
RPM.
But for
certain
materials
and t'/pes of work, you need
slower speeds - which
_s the reason the variable
speed
models
and
t_e speed
control
units
were de,,'e_c #e_.
To aid you
in determining
the
optimum
ooera[_onalaoeed
for gifferent
materials
and
different
accessories.
'we have constructed
a
series
of to[ales
tl_at acapear
on page 6. By
referring
to _nese tables,
you can discover
the
recommended
speeds
for
each
type
of
accessory
Looktheseta_lesoverandbecome
faro,liar
w!tn [hem.
Page
5
:olishing,
buffing and cleaning
with awire
brush
should
be done at speeds
below
15,000
RPM Io prevent
damage
to the
brush.
3. Soft
wood
should
be cut at high
speed.
4. Iron or steel should
be cut at top speed
if
using atungsten
carbide
accessory,
but at
slower
speeds
if using high speed
steel
cutters.
If a high speed steel cutter
starts
to chatter
- this normally
means
it is
running
too slow.
5. Aluminum,
coplber alloys, lead alloys, zinc
alloys, and tin may be cut at any speed,
depending
on the type of cutting
being
done•
Use
paraffin
or
omer
suitable
lubricant
on the cutter to prevent
the cut
material
from adhering
to the cutter teeth.
Increasing
the pressure
on me tool is not the
answer
when it is not cutting
as you think
it
should.
Pernaps
you
should
be
using
a
different
cutter,
and perhaps
an adjustment
in speed would solve the problem.
But leaning on the tool seldoms
helps.
Speed Settings
" Speed for light cuts,
t" Depending
on cutting
CATALOG
NUMBER
I
caution
direction
burning
relative
on deep
to grain.
t
WOOD
WOOD
PLJ_STIC
HIGH
BRASS,
SPEED
ETO,
5
3
3
2
189.190
5
5
2
4
5
118.191.193
5
5
5
5
2
2
3
3
5
5
5
3
2
2
2
5
5
2
1-2
1-2
197
4
2
2
1
3
198
4
2
2
2
3
199
4
2
1-2
2
121.131.141
114.124,134.144
192,194
118,117,125,196
115,178
SMALL
105.108
108,
109
t
t
2
1-2
ENGRAVING
4
2
2
CUTTERS
5
5
5
5
4
3
4
4
3
3
5
5
3
4
2
111
5"
5"
4"
4
3
112
5"
5"
3"
4
3
113
5"
5"
3"
4
107,110
RUBBER
2
POLISHING
Ace Set 201
POINT
2
1
2
1
1
1
Acc Set 202
425.427
CUTTING
ACCESSORIES
400
5"
5
406
5
5
-- SEE WARNING
HIGH
612, 813,814,832.840
650,652
654
3
3
3
21"
5
5
5t
21"
SPEED
DIAMOND
ALUMINUM
914,943.953,954,
963, 964,974.992
8160,8162,8163
904.922.932
941,952,984
8173,8174,8175
911,921,962
973,8184
BITS
POINTS
I
OXIDE
915, 923,924,
945.997.8153
ROUTER
WHEEL
I
7103.7105,7117.
7120.7122,7123,
7134.7144
913.
PAGE 7
5
409,420,428
610
I
CERAMIC
STONE
CUTTERS
5.
5
100.
grooves.
I
GRINDING
I
!
STONES
1
3
1/3
1
1-2
1/1
1
1-2
1/1
1
1
1/1
1
903.971,8193
981,8200,8202
8215
SILICON
CARBIDE
GRINDING
1
1/1
1
I/I
STONES_
83322.83642.
83702.86442
83142.84382
2
1
2
1
2
2
2
1-2
84922
1-2
85422
1
2
1
1
2
2
1 .
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
85562
85342.85602
85622
TUNGSTEN
9901.9902,
9903,9904.
9905.9906.9912
9907,9908,
9909.9910,9911
CARBIDE
CUTTERS
4
4
1
2
3
5
5
1
2
3
Page
6
Moto-Tool
Accessories
The number
and variety
of accessories
for the
Moto-Tool
are almost
limitless.
There
is a
category
suited
to almost
any job you might
have to do--and
a variety
of sizes and shapes
within each category
which enables you to get
the perfect
accessory
for ever,,, need.
Refer to the DREMEL
BITS OF INFORMATION
ACCESSORY
ORDER
FORM for illustratiorts of
ttte acces_orie-J
available.
These accessories
may be found
at your local hardware,
hobby
or home center
dealers.
Collets
(_=====__
Mandrels
A mand rei is a shank with a threaded
or screw
head,
and mandrels
are required
when you
use polishing
accessories,
cutting
wheels,
sanding
discs,
and
polishing
points.
The
reason
mandrels
are used is that sanding
disc.s, cutting wheels
and similar accessories
must be replaced
frequently.
The mandrel
is
a permanent
shank,
allowing
you to replace
only the worm
head
when necessary,
thus
saving
the expense
of replacing
the shaft
each time.
Screw
Mandrel
No. 401
This
is a screw
mandrel
used with the
polishing
tip and felt polishing
wheels
Sanding Accessories
Structured Tooth
Tungsten Carbide Cutters
Small
Screw
Mandrel
No. 402
This is a mandrel
with a small screw at its tilS,
and is used with emery cutting wheels, sanding
discs,
and polishing
wheels.
tip which
accessory
Round,
pointed,
flat -- you
and there is one available
These are made of aluminum
name the shape
in this category.
oxide and cover
virtually
every
possible
kind
of grinding
application.
Use them
for sharpening
lawn
mowers
blades,
screwdriver
tips,
knives,
scissors, chisets and other cutting tools.
Use
to remove
flash from
metal
castings,
deburring
any
metal
after
cutting,
smoothing
welded joints, grinding
off rivets and removing
rust. In macnineshops,
high soeed drtllsand
cutters normally
are ground
with aluminum
oxide wheels.
Tungsten
Carbiae
Cutters
These are tough,
long-lived
cutters for use on
hardened
steel, fired ceramics,
and other very
hard materials.
They can be used for engraving
on tools and garden
equipment.
Small Engraving
Grinding
Stones
Tougher
than aluminum
oxide points,
these
are made especially
for use on hard materials
such as glass
and ceramics.
Typical
uses
might
be the removal
of stilt
marks
and
excess glaze on ceramics
and engraving
on
glass.
Diamond
Wheel
Points
Excellent
for fine detail work on wood.
ceramic,
glass and other
hard material.
are covered
with
diamond
particles.
shanks.
jade,
Bits
3/32 °
Polishing Accessories
These include
an impregnated
polishing
point
and
an impregnated
polishing
wheel
for
bringing
metal
surfaces
to smooth
finish;
a
felt polishing
tip and felt polishing
wheel, and
cloth polishing
wheel,
all used for polishing
plastics,
metals,
jewelry
small
parts.
Also
included in this group is a polishing
compound
(No. 421)
for use with
the felt
and cloth
polishers.
Polishing
points make
a very smooth
surface,
but a high luster is obtained
using felt or cloth
wheels and polishing
compound.
No polishing
compound
is
using the 425 Polishing
Wheel,
point.
needed
when
427' Polishing
Cutters
This group
has a wide variety
of sizes and
shapes,
and are made
for intricate
work on
ceramics
(greenware),
wood carvings, jewelry,
and scrimshaw.
They often are used in making
complicated
printed
circuit
boards.
They
should
not be used on steel and other very
Wire Brushes
Three different
shapes of wire brushes
are
available.
For best results
wire
brushes
should
be used at speeds
not greater
than
15,000
RPM. They remove
rust from
tools
and other
metal
surfaces,
and clean
and
burnish
metal parts. Use for such jobs
as
cleaning
electrical
connections
to assure
good conduction.
Bristle Brushes
High Speed Cutters
Available
in 24 shapes,
high speed
cutters
are used in carving,
cutting,
and slotting
in
wood,
plastics,
and
soft
metals
such as
aluminum,
copper,
and brass.
These arethe
accessories
to use for freehand
routing
or
carving
in wood
or plastic,
and for precision
cutting.
Sanding
discs in fine, medium,
and coarse
grades are made to fit mandrel
No. 402. They
can be used for nearly any small sanding
job
you might
have, from model
making
to fine
furniture
finishing.
In addition,
there
is the
drum sander,
a tiny drum which fits into the
Moto-Tool
and makes
it possible
to shape
wood, smooth
fiberglass,
sand inside curves
and other difficult
places, and other sanding
jobs.
You replace
the sanding
bands
on the
drum
as they become
worn and lose their
grit. Bands come in fine and coarse grades.
Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stones
Silcon Carbide
felt;
O
excellent
on wood,
Needs
3/32"toilet.
Fast cutting,
needle-sharp
teeth
for greater
material
removal,
minimum
loading.
Use on
fiberglass,
wood,
plastic,
epoxy
and rubber.
If you expect
to use a variety of accessories,
we recommend
that
in the beginning
you
purchase
a corn plate set of four cotlets. Store
these so that you will have the proper size of
toilet
for any accessory
or drill bit you want to
use. Currently,
the
1/8" and 3/32 n collet_
accommodate
all of the available
Dremel
accessories.
Threaded
Tip Mandrel
No. 424
This
is a mandrel
with threaded
threads
into
the polishing
point
No. 427.
hard materials
but are
plastic, and soft metals.
Aluminum Oxide Abrasive
Wheels
Use to remove
paint,
deburr
metal,
polish
stainless
steel and other
metals.
Available
fine and medium
grits.
Page
7
in
These are excellent cleaning tools on silverware,
jewelry and antiques. The three shapes make
it possible
to get into tight corners and other
difficult
places.
Bristle brushes
can be used
with polishing
compound
for faster cleaning
or polishing.
When using the steel
saws
(Nos.
400,
406)
or cutoff
wheels (Nos, 409, 420, 426) always have the
work securely
clamped.
Never attempt
to
hold the work with one hand while
using
either of these accessories.
The reason
is
that these wheels will grab if they become
slightly canted in the groove,
and can kickback
causing
loss of control
resulting
in
serious injury. Your second hand should
be
used to steady and guide the hand holding
the tool. When a cutoff wheel
grabs,
the
wheel itself usually breaks.
When the steel
saw wheel
grabs, it may jump
from
the
groove
and you could lose control
of the
tool.
Cutting
Wheels
These are thin discs of emery
or fiberglass
used
for slicing,
cutting
off and
similar
operations.
Use them for cutting
off frozen
bolt heads and nuts, or to reslot a screw head
which has become
so damaged
that
the
screwdriver
won't work in it. Fine for cutting
BX cable,
small rods, jubing,
cable
and
cutting rectangular
holes_ln sheet metal.
Maintenance
MAJNT'ENANCE
Models
275,285,
OF REPLACEABLE
& 395
Information
BRUSHES
The brushes
should
be inspected
frequently
when
tools
are used
continuously.
If your
tool runs
s_oradicatly,
loses power,
makes
unusual
noises
or runs at a reduced
speed,
check
the brushes.
To continue
using the
tool
in
this
condition
will
permanently
damage
your tool.
BRUSH
BRUSH
&
HOLDER
SPRING
LOCK
SLIDE
HOLDER LOCK
IN DIRECTfON
OF ARROW TO OPEN
WARNING:
can fly
opening
Be aware
that
out of tool toward
the brush holder
the brush
eyes when
lock.
"With
the
cord
unplugged,
use
thumb
pressure
or small
screwdriver
to depress
the
brush
holder
lock
and
rotate
the holder
(right-side
down
and left-side
up;) slowly to
prevent
the brush
and spring
from ejffcting
out of the holder•
While
rotating
the holder
slowly, you will begin to see the brush.
Place
Moto-Tool
a finger
over
the brush
while
rotating
the
holder,
remove
your finger
slowly to reduce
the spring
tension.
CAUTION:
Do no_ force
the brush
holder
to
rotate
once you feel
_t stop.
To do so will
damage
the tool.
If the brush is less than 1/8" long and the end
surface
of the
brush
that
contacts
the
commutator
is rough
and/or
pitted,
they
should
be replaced.
Check
both
brushes.
Usually
the
brushes
will
not
wear
out
simultaneously.
If one
brush
is worn
out
replace
both
brushes,
insert
the
spring
portion
of the brush
spring
assembly
into the
brush
holder
opening
first.
Make
sure the
brushes
are
ins:ailed
as illustrated.
The
curved surface
of the brush
must match the
curvature
of the commutator.
these
Dremel
Any servicing
of this tool (Excluding
brush
replacement
for Models
275. 285 and 395)
shou_
be performed
by an
authorized
serve- _. representative.
IMPORTANT!
Use of any accessories
than those supplied
hazardous.
or attachments
other
by Dremel
may
be
Dremel Service Centers, 4915 TwenW-first
St., Racine, W153406, or 4631 E. Sunny Dunes
Palm Springs, CA 92264.
After replacing
brushes
the _ool should be
run at no-load; place it on a clean surface and
run it freely for 5 minutes before loading (or
using) the tool. This will allow the brushes to
"seat" properly and will give you more hours
of life from each set of brushes.
Thiswill also
extend the total life of your tool since the
commutator surface will "wear _ longer.
BEARINGS
- Moto-Tool
Nos. 275 and 285 are
equipped wi_ oil impregnated
sleeve bearings.
Model
No. 395 have
double
ball bearing
construction.
Under
normal use neither type
requires
additional
lubrication.
Attachments
i
Add
CAUTION:
attachments
Model
230 Router Attachment
ShaDes,
edges,
chamfers,
cuts,
rabbets,
dadoes,
etc.
Adjustable
edges guide can be
easily
removed
for freehand
routing.
The
Model
230 can be used with Models
270, 280,
380 or 275, 285, & 395.
to your
compact
i
workshop
and make
Model 225 Flex-Shaft
Allows finger-Tip control for tight corners and
hard-to-reach
areas. 36" long cable attaches
to new Moto-Tools 395,285 and 275. Pencillike 1/2" diameter hand piece is cool-running,
ideal for light duty wood carving and other
uses.
Yiii
your
Moto-Tool
more
versatile.
Model 212 Drill Press
For precision drilling, routing, grooving, 6°
square work surface, 0° to 3" throat depth.
Table slotted for guides, hold downs. Holds
Moto-Tools 395, 285. 275 onlv,
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