Dremel 03-5415317 Specifications

Dremel 03-5415317 Specifications
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IMPORTANT: Read Before Using
Operating/Safety Instructions
800-49
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Australian Standards
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1300 30 70 44
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0800 54 33 53
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General Safety Rules for All Battery Operated Tools
Read and understand all instructions. Failure to follow all instructions listed
! WARNING below, may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious personal injury.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Work Area
balance enable better control of the tool in
unexpected situations.
Keep your work area clean and well lit.
Cluttered benches and dark areas invite
accidents.
Do not operate power tools in explosive
atmospheres, such as in the presence of
flammable liquids, gases, or dust. Power
tools create sparks which may ignite the dust or
fumes.
Keep bystanders, children, and visitors
away while operating a power tool.
Distractions can cause you to lose control.
Use safety equipment. Always wear eye
protection. Dust mask, non-skid safety shoes,
hard hat, or hearing protection must be used for
appropriate conditions.
Tool Use and Care
Use clamps or other practical way to secure
and support the workpiece to a stable
platform. Holding the work by hand or against
your body is unstable and may lead to loss of
control.
Electrical Safety
Do not force tool. Use the correct tool for
your application. The correct tool will do the
job better and safer at the rate for which it is
designed.
A battery operated tool with integral
batteries or a separate battery pack must be
recharged only with the specified charger
for the battery. A charger that may be suitable
for one type of battery may create a risk of fire
when used with another battery.
Use battery operated tool only with
specifically designated battery pack. Use of
any other batteries may create a risk of fire.
Do not use tool if switch does not turn it on
or off. A tool that cannot be controlled with the
switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
Disconnect battery pack from tool or place
the switch in the locked or off position
before making any adjustments, changing
accessories, or storing the tool. Such
preventive safety measures reduce the risk of
starting the tool accidentally.
Personal Safety
Stay alert, watch what you are doing, and
use common sense when operating a
power tool. Do not use tool while tired or
under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or
medication. A moment of inattention while
operating power tools may result in serious
personal injury.
Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing
or jewelry. Contain long hair. Keep your
hair, clothing, and gloves away from
moving parts. Loose clothes, jewelry, or long
hair can be caught in moving parts.
Avoid accidental starting. Be sure switch is
in the locked or off position before inserting
battery pack. Carrying tools with your finger on
the switch or inserting the battery pack into a
tool with the switch on invites accidents.
Remove adjusting keys or wrenches before
turning the tool on. A wrench or a key that is
left attached to a rotating part of the tool may
result in personal injury.
Store idle tools out of reach of children and
other untrained persons. Tools are
dangerous in the hands of untrained users.
When battery pack is not in use, keep it
away from other metal objects like: paper
clips, coins, keys, nails, screws, or other
small metal objects that can make a
connection from one terminal to another.
Shorting the battery terminals together may
cause sparks, burns, or a fire.
Maintain tools with care. Keep cutting tools
sharp and clean. Properly maintained tools
with sharp cutting edge are less likely to bind
and are easier to control.
Check for misalignment or binding of
moving parts, breakage of parts, and any
other condition that may affect the tool's
operation. If damaged, have the tool
serviced before using. Many accidents are
caused by poorly maintained tools.
Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and
balance at all times. Proper footing and
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Use only accessories that are
recommended by the manufacturer for your
model. Accessories that may be suitable for
one tool may create a risk of injury when used
on another tool.
maintenance performed by unqualified
personnel may result in a risk of injury.
When servicing a tool, use only identical
replacement parts. Follow instructions in
the Maintenance section of this manual. Use
of unauthorized parts or failure to follow
Maintenance Instructions may create a risk of
shock or injury.
Service
Tool service must be performed only by
qualified repair personnel. Service or
Safety Rules for Cordless Rotary Tools
Accessories must be rated for at least the
speed recommended on the tool warning
label. Wheels and other accessories running
over rated speed can fly apart and cause injury.
Hold tool by insulated gripping surfaces
when performing an operation where the
cutting tool may contact hidden wiring.
Contact with a "live" wire will make exposed
metal parts of the tool "live" and shock the
operator. If cutting into existing walls or other
blind areas where electrical wiring may exist is
unavoidable, disconnect all fuses or circuit
breakers feeding this worksite.
Do not operate the flexible shaft with a
sharp bend. Over bending the shaft can
generate excessive heat on the jacket or hand
piece. The recommended minimum is 6"
radius.
Disconnect battery pack from tool or place
the switch in the locked or off position
before making any assembly, adjustments
or changing accessories. Such preventive
safety measures reduce the risk of starting the
tool accidentally.
Be aware of the switch location, when
placing the tool down or when picking the
tool up. You may accidentally activate the
switch.
Always hold the hand piece firmly in your
hands during the start-up. The reaction
torque of the motor, as it accelerates to full
speed, can cause the shaft to twist.
Always wear safety goggles and dust
mask. Use only in well ventilated area.
Using personal safety devices and working in
safe environment reduces risk of injury.
After changing the bits or making any
adjustments, make sure the collet nut and
any other adjustment devices are securely
tightened. Loose adjustment device can
unexpectedly shift, causing loss of control,
loose rotating components will be violently
thrown.
Do not reach in the area of the spinning bit.
The proximity of the spinning bit to your hand
may not always be obvious.
Allow brushes to run at operating speed for
at least one minute before using wheel.
During this time no one is to stand in front
or in line with the brush. Loose bristles or
wires will be discharged during the run-in time.
Wire and bristle brushes must never be
operated at speeds greater than
15,000/min. Direct the discharge of the
spinning wire brush away from you. Small
particles and tiny wire fragments may be
discharged at high velocity during the
“cleaning” action with these brushes and may
become imbedded in your skin. Bristles or
wires will be discharged from the brush at high
speeds.
Wear protective gloves and face shield with
wire or bristle brushes. Apply wire or
bristle brushes lightly to the work as only
the tips of the wire/bristles do the work.
“Heavy” pressure on bristles will cause the
wire or bristle to become overstressed,
resulting in a wiping action and will cause the
bristles/wire to be discharged.
Carefully handle both the tool and
individual grinding wheels to avoid
chipping or cracking. Install a new wheel if
tool is dropped while grinding. Do not use
a wheel that may be damaged. Fragments
from a wheel that bursts during operation will
fly away at great velocity possibly striking you
or bystanders.
Never use dull or damaged bits. Sharp bits
must be handled with care. Damaged bits
can snap during use. Dull bits require more
force to push the tool, possibly causing the bit
to break.
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Use clamps to support workpiece
whenever practical. Never hold a small
workpiece in one hand and the tool in the
other hand while in use. Allow for sufficient
space, at least 6", between your hand and
the spinning bit. Round material such as
dowel rods, pipes or tubing have a tendency to
roll while being cut, and may cause the bit to
“bite” or jump toward you. Clamping a small
workpiece allows you to use both hands to
control the tool.
Inspect your workpiece before cutting. When
cutting irregularly shaped workpieces, plan
your work so it will not slip and pinch the bit
and be torn from your hand. For example, if
carving wood, make sure there are no nails or
foreign objects in the workpiece. Nails or
foreign objects can cause the bit to jump.
Never start the tool when the bit is engaged
in the material. The bit cutting edge may grab
the material causing loss of control of the cutter.
Avoid bouncing and snagging the wheel,
especially when working corners, sharp
edges etc. This can cause loss of control and
kick-back.
The direction of feed with the bit into the
material when carving, routing or cutting is
very important. Always feed the bit into the
material in the same direction as the cutting
edge is exiting from the material (which is
the same direction as the chips are
thrown). Feeding the tool in the wrong
direction, causes the cutting edge of the bit to
climb out of the work and pull the tool in the
direction of this feed.
If the workpiece or bit becomes jammed or
bogged down, turn the tool “OFF” by the
switch. Wait for all moving parts to stop
and unplug the tool, then work to free the
jammed material. If the switch to the tool is left
“ON” the tool could restart unexpectedly
causing serious personal injury.
Do not leave a running tool unattended, turn
power off. Only when tool comes to a
complete stop it is safe to put it down.
Do not grind or sand near flammable
materials. Sparks from the wheel could ignite
these materials.
Do not touch the bit or collet after use. After
use the bit and collet are too hot to be touched
by bare hands.
Regularly clean the tool's air vents by
compressed air. Excessive accumulation of
powdered metal inside the motor housing may
cause electrical failures.
Do not allow familiarity gained from
frequent use of your rotary tool to become
commonplace. Always remember that a
careless fraction of a second is sufficient to
inflict severe injury.
Do not alter or misuse tool. Any alteration or
modification is a misuse and may result in
serious personal injury.
This product is not intended for use as a
dental drill, in human or veterinary medical
applications. Serious personal injury may
result.
When using the steel saws, cutoff wheels,
high speed cutters or tungsten carbide
cutters, always have the work securely
clamped. Never attempt to hold the work
with one hand while using any 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, high speed cutters or tungsten
carbide cutter grab, it may jump from the
groove and you could lose control of the tool.
Some dust created by
! WARNING power sanding, sawing,
grinding, drilling, and other construction
activities contains chemicals known to
cause cancer, birth defects or other
reproductive harm. Some examples of
these chemicals are:
• Lead from lead-based paints,
• Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and
other masonry products, and
• Arsenic and chromium from chemically
treated lumber.
Your risk from these exposures varies,
depending on how often you do this type of
work. To reduce your exposure to these
chemicals: work in a well ventilated area, and
work with approved safety equipment, such as
those dust masks that are specially designed
to filter out microscopic particles.
This appliance is not intended for use by
young children or infirmed persons unless they
have been adequately supervised by a
responsible person to ensure that they can use
the appliance safely.
Young children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
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Battery/Charger
Before using battery charger, read all
instructions and cautionary markings on
(1) battery charger, (2) battery pack, and (3)
product using battery.
Use only the charger which accompanied
your product or direct replacement as
listed in the catalog or this manual. Do not
substitute any other charger. Use only Dremel
approved chargers with your product. See
Functional Description and Specifications.
Do not disassemble charger or operate the
charger if it has received a sharp blow,
been dropped or otherwise damaged in any
way. Replace damaged cord or plugs
immediately. Incorrect reassembly or damage
may result in electric shock or fire.
Do not recharge battery in damp or wet
environment. Do not expose charger to rain
or snow. If battery case is cracked or
otherwise damaged, do not insert into
charger. Battery short or fire may result.
Charge
only
Dremel
approved
rechargeable batteries. See Functional
Description and Specifications. Other types of
batteries may burst causing personal injury
and damage.
Charge battery pack in temperatures above
+40 degrees F (4 degrees C) and below
+105 degrees F (41 degrees C). Store tool
and battery pack in locations where
temperatures will not exceed 120 degrees F
(49 degrees C). This is important to prevent
serious damage to the battery cells.
Battery leakage may occur under extreme
usage or temperature conditions. Avoid
contact with skin and eyes. The battery
liquid is caustic and could cause chemical
burns to tissues. If liquid comes in contact with
skin, wash quickly with soap and water. If the
liquid contacts your eyes, flush them with
water for a minimum of 10 minutes and seek
medical attention.
Place charger on flat non-flammable
surfaces and away from flammable
materials when re-charging battery pack.
The charger and battery pack heat during
charging. Carpeting and other heat insulating
surfaces block proper air circulation which may
cause overheating of the charger and battery
pack. If smoke or melting of the case are
observed unplug the charger immediately and
do not use the battery pack or charger.
Use of an attachment not recommended or
sold by Dremel may result in a risk of fire,
electric shock or injury to persons.
Battery Care
When batteries are not in
! WARNING tool or charger, keep them
away from metal objects. For example, to
protect terminals from shorting DO NOT
place batteries in a tool box or pocket with
nails, screws, keys, etc. Fire or injury may result.
DO NOT PUT BATTERIES INTO FIRE OR
EXPOSE TO HIGH HEAT. They may
explode.
Battery Disposal
Do not attempt to disas! WARNING semble the battery or
remove any component projecting from the
battery terminals. Fire or injury may result.
Prior to disposal, protect exposed terminals
with heavy insulating tape to prevent shorting.
At the end of the battery’s useful life, do not
throw out the battery. Please bring your
battery to a proper battery disposal location
or contact your local Dremel distributor.
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Functional Description and Specifications
Disconnect battery pack from tool before making any assembly,
! WARNING adjustments or changing accessories. Such preventive safety measures
reduce the risk of starting the tool accidentally.
Cordless Rotary Tool
SHAFT LOCK
BUTTON
SWITCH
COLLET
NUT
BATTERY
PACK
COLLET
DOVE-TAIL
FEATURE
BATTERY
PACK
RELEASE
TAB
HANGER
ALIGNMENT
ARROWS
INDICATOR LIGHT
CHARGER
Rotary Tool
Model number
Voltage rating
No load speed
Collet Capacities
800-49
10.8 V
no 5,000-35,000/min
0,8 mm, 1,6 mm, 2,4 mm, 3,2 mm
Charger
856-02
Model number
230-240 V
Voltage rating
Amperage rating 420 mA
Battery pack
Charge time
855, 855-02
3 Hr
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Assembly
Disconnect battery pack
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.
! WARNING from tool before making
any assembly, adjustments or changing
accessories. Such preventive safety
measures reduce the risk of starting the tool
accidentally..
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 1/4
turn. Retighten collet nut and run the Tool. 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 the collet, turn on the Cordless
Rotary Tool and run the 415 Dressing Stone
lightly against the revolving wheel point. This
removes high spots and trues up the wheel
point for good balance.
COLLET — To loosen, first press shaft lock
button and rotate the shaft by hand until the
lock engages the shaft preventing further
rotation.
! CAUTION
Do not engage lock while
the Rotary Tool is running.
With the shaft lock engaged use the collet
wrench to loosen the collet nut if necessary.
Change accessories by inserting the new one
into the collet as far as possible to minimize
runout and unbalance. With the shaft lock
engaged, finger tighten the collet nut until the
accessory shank is gripped by the collet. Avoid
excessive tightening of the collet nut.
COLLETS — Four different size collets (see
illustration), to accommodate different shank
sizes, are available for your Cordless Rotary
Tool. To install a different collet, remove the
collet nut and remove the old collet. Insert the
unslotted end of the collet in the hole in the
end of the tool shaft. Replace collet nut on the
COLLET IDENTIFICATION CHART — Collet
sizes can be identified by the rings on the back
end of collet.
0,8 mm Collet has one (1) ring.
1,6 mm Collet has two (2) rings.
2,4 mm Collet has three (3) rings.
3,2 mm Collet has no rings.
SHAFT
LOCK
BUTTON
480 3,2 mm
COLLET
COLLET
NUT
TO TIGHTEN
COLLET
NUT
TO LOOSEN
COLLET
WRENCH
COLLET
IDENTIFICATION
RINGS
481 2,4 mm
COLLET
482 1,6 mm
COLLET
483 0,8 mm
COLLET
Operating Instructions
INTRODUCTION
The Cordless Rotary Tool is a handful of highspeed power. It serves as a carver, a grinder,
polisher, sander, cutter, power brush, drill and
more.
Your Cordless Rotary 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,
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guide it. In the low speed tools, you not only
guide the tool, but also apply pressure to it, as
you do, for example, when drilling a hole.
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 your
Cordless Rotary Tool is. You’ll see dozens of
uses you hadn’t thought of before now.
It is this high speed, along with its compact
size and wide variety of special accessories
and attachments that makes your Cordless
Rotary Tool different from other power tools.
The speed enables it to do jobs low speed
tools cannot do, such as cutting hardened
steel, engraving glass, etc.
The real secret of the Cordless Rotary 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 typical
electric drill is a low-speed, high torque tool;
the Cordless Rotary 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 collet does the work. You don’t
apply pressure to the tool, but simply hold and
Getting the most out of your Cordless Rotary
Tool is a matter of learning how to let this
speed work for you.
Read the next sections carefully. They will help
you use your Cordless Rotary Tool correctly
and help you select the correct accessory for
your job.
STALL PROTECTION
This tool has a stall protection feature built into
it to protect the motor and battery in the event
of a stall. If you stall the tool for too long, or
bind the bit in a work piece, especially at high
speeds, it will automatically turn itself off.
Simply take the tool out of the material you
were stalled in, turn it off for 3 seconds, then
turn it back on again to continue using it.
When the battery becomes close to empty, the
tool may shut down automatically more
frequent than normal. If this happens, it is time
to recharge the battery.
fully charged battery is indicated when all three
LED lights are illuminated. As the battery
discharges, the lights will turn off one by one
until only one light is on. When the last light
starts "flashing", the battery is almost empty.
When the battery is dead, the tool will
automatically turn off. This will be a sudden
stop as opposed to a gradual winding down of
the tool. Simply recharge the battery and
reuse.
FUEL GAUGE
This tool is equipped with a Fuel gauge that
tells you how much charge your battery has. A
1 light ˙ 25% charge remaining
CHARGING THE TOOL
The Cordless Rotary Tool is not fully charged.
The tool is equipped with a removable battery
pack. Be sure to charge pack prior to initial use.
made and the battery pack is charging. Under
normal usage the tool normally requires 3-5
hours charging time to reach full capacity.
When charging is complete, LED on charger
will turn off.
3 lights ˙ 100% charge remaining
2 lights ˙ 50% charge remaining
1 "Flashing" light ˙ tool is about to shut off.
TO CHARGE THE TOOL:
1. Put the switch in the “OFF” position.
Note: When inserting a fully charged battery
pack into the charger, the charger’s green LED
light will not illuminate.
2. Squeeze release tabs on both sides of
battery pack, and remove pack from back of
tool as shown on page 7.
5. When charging is completed, squeeze
release tabs on battery pack and remove pack
from charger.
3. Align exterior shape of battery pack with
exterior shape of charger (alignment arrows on
battery columm will point to the two arrows
located on charger), squeeze release tabs,
insert battery pack into charger as shown and
release pressure on tabs so it locks in place.
6. Align exterior shape of battery pack with
exterior shape of the housing of tool as shown.
Squeeze release tabs, insert battery pack into
back of tool, and release pressure on tabs so it
locks in place.
4. Plug charger into the power source. The
green LED light indicates connection has been
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IMPORTANT CHARGING NOTES
1. The charger was designed to fast charge
the battery only when the battery temperature
is between 40˚F (4˚C) and 105˚F (41˚C).
b. Check to see if outlet is connected to a
light switch which turns power “off” when
lights are turned off.
2. A substantial drop in operating time per
charge may mean that the battery pack is
nearing the end of its life and should be
replaced.
c. Check battery pack terminals for dirt.
Clean with cotton swab and alcohol if
necessary.
d. If you still do not get proper charging,
take or send tool, battery pack and
charger to your Dremel Service Center.
3. If battery does not charge properly:
a. Check for voltage at outlet by plugging
in some other electrical device.
Note: Use of chargers or battery packs not
sold by Dremel may void the warranty.
USING THE CORDLESS ROTARY TOOL
The first step in learning to use the Cordless
Rotary 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 tool to be grasped much like a pen
or pencil.
Instead, lower the spinning accessory lightly to
the work and allow it to touch the point at
which you want cutting (or sanding or etching,
etc.) to begin. Concentrate on guiding the tool
over the work using very little pressure from
your hand. Allow the accessory to do the work.
Practice on scrap materials first to see how the
Cordless Rotary Tool cuts. Keep in mind that
the work is done by the speed of the tool and
by the accessory in the collet. You should not
lean on or push the tool into the work.
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 back 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 the best
control, are less likely to make errors, and will
get the most efficient work out of the
accessory.
For best control in close work, grip the
Rotary Tool like a pencil between your
thumb and forefinger.
The “handgrip” method of holding the tool
is used for operations such as grinding a
flat surface or using cutoff wheels.
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.
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Operating Speeds For Accessories
Set the speed indicator to fit the job to
achieve the best job results when working
with differentmaterials.
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.
Your Cordless RotaryTool is equipped with a
variable speed control dial. To turn the tool
ON, rotate dial to desired number to select the
operating speed needed from 5,000 – 35,000
RPM. To turn tool OFF, rotate dial to the “0” off
position.
You can refer to the charts on page 12, 13,
and 14 to determine the proper speed, based
on the material being worked and the type of
accessory being used. These charts enable
you to select both the correct accessory and
the optimum speed at a glance.
NEEDS FOR SLOWER SPEEDS
Certain materials, however, (some plastics, for
example) require a relatively slow speed
because at high speed the friction of the tool
generates heat and causes the plastic to melt.
Most work is done at high speed on your
Cordless Rotary Tool. Lower speeds are
needed only for certain tasks.
The speed of Model 800 is controlled by
rotating this dial to desired setting on dial.
Switch Setting
Speed Range
0
OFF Position
*2
5,000 – 11,000 RPM
4
12,000 – 20,000 RPM
6
21,000 – 25,000 RPM
8
26,000 – 30,000 RPM
10
31,000 – 35,000 RPM
*2 is the maximum speed setting for wire
brushes.
To aid you in determining the optimum
operational speed for different materials and
different accessories, we have constructed a
series of tables that appear on page 12, 13
and 14. By referring to these tables, you can
discover the recommended speeds for each
type of accessory. Look these tables over and
become familiar with them.
Some rules of thumb in regard to speed:
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 the chart. You can
quickly learn that a slower 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 reduce the speed
slightly to get the optimum working speed.
3. Wood should be cut at high speed.
1. Plastic and materials that melt at low
temperatures should be cut at low speeds.
2. Polishing, buffing and cleaning with a wire
brush must be done at speeds below
15,000 RPM to prevent damage to the
brush.
4. Iron or steel should be cut at top speed if
using tungsten 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, copper alloys, lead alloys, zinc
alloys and tin may be cut at various speeds,
depending on the type of cutting being
done. Use paraffin or other suitable
lubricant on the cutter to prevent the cut
material from adhering to the cutter teeth.
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Increasing the pressure on the tool is not the
answer when it is not cutting as you think it
should. Perhaps you should be using a
different cutter, and perhaps an adjustment
in speed would solve the problem. But
leaning on the tool seldom helps.
Your 10.8v Cordless Rotary Tool can be
used with all screw-on attachments for added
versatility. A few older attachments, such as
2217 Tool Holder, 330 Router, and 231
Shaper / Router Table are not compatible
with the 10.8V Cordless Rotary Tool.
The 220 Drill Press requires a free adapter
kit which you can get by calling 03-5415317.
The 225 Flex Shaft is compatable with your
tool, but you may experience reduced run
times when using it.
Speed Settings
Use only Dremel™ tested, high performance accessories.
* Speed for light cuts; Caution - burning on deep grooves.
• Depending on cutting direction relative to grain.
High Speed Cutters
Catalog
Number
100, 121, 131
114, 124,
134, 144
190
118, 191, 192,
193, 194
116, 117,
125, 196
115
198
199
Soft
Wood
8-10
8-10
Hard
Wood
8-10
4
Laminates
Plastic
4
2
Steel
Shell
Stone
-
Ceramic
Glass
4
4
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
6
4
-
-
8-10
8-10
8-10
8-10
2
2
6
4
8-10
8-10
-
-
-
8-10
4
2
4
4
-
-
-
8-10
8-10
8-10
8-10
6
6
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
-
-
-
Catalog
Number
105, 108
106, 109,
107, 110
111
112
113
Soft
Wood
8-10
8-10
8-10
8-10*
8-10*
8-10*
Hard
Wood
8-10
8-10
8-10
8-10*
8-10*
8-10*
Laminates
Plastic
6
4
4
6*
4*
4*
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
4
4
4
4
4
4
Shell
Stone
-
Ceramic
Glass
-
-
Catalog
Number
7103, 7105,
7117, 7120,
7122, 7123,
7134, 7144
Soft
Wood
8-10
Hard
Wood
6
Shell
Stone
8-10
Ceramic
Glass
8-10
8-10
Ceramic
Glass
-
-
Engraving Cutters
Steel
2
2
2
2
2
2
Diamond Wheel Points
Laminates
Plastic
-
Steel
-
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
-
Structured Tooth Tungsten Carbide Cutters
Catalog
Number
9931, 9932,
9933, 9934,
9935, 9936
Soft
Wood
8-10
Hard
Wood
6
Laminates
Plastic
2
Steel
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Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
4
Shell
Stone
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Speed Settings (Continued)
Use only Dremel™ tested, high performance accessories.
* Speed for light cuts; Caution - burning on deep grooves.
• Depending on cutting direction relative to grain.
Tungsten Carbide Cutters
Catalog
Number
9901, 9902,
9903, 9904,
9905, 9906,
9912
9909, 9910
9911
Soft
Wood
8-10
Hard
Wood
6
Catalog
Number
612, 640
615, 617, 618,
650, 652, 654
Soft
Wood
8-10*
8-10*
8-10*
Hard
Wood
6*
8-10*
6*
Catalog
Number
83142, 83322,
83702, 84922,
85422, 85602,
85622
Soft
Wood
-
Hard
Wood
-
Laminates
Plastic
2
Steel
8-10
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
4
Shell
Stone
6
Ceramic
Glass
8-10
8-10
6
8-10
8-10
Shell
Stone
-
Ceramic
Glass
-
-
Shell
Stone
4
Ceramic
Glass
8-10
8-10
Shell
Stone
-
Ceramic
Glass
-
-
-
-
-
Shell
Stone
4
Ceramic
Glass
8-10
-
Shell
Stone
-
Ceramic
Glass
-
-
High Speed Router Bits
Laminates
Plastic
-
Steel
-
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
-
Silicon Carbide Grinding Stones
Laminates
Plastic
4
Steel
8-10
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
2
Abrasive Points
Catalog
Number
516, 517,
518
500
Soft
Wood
2-4
2-4
Hard
Wood
2-4
Laminates
Plastic
-
Steel
6
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
4
2-4
-
4-6
2-4
Aluminum oxide grinding stones
Catalog
Number
541,903, 911,
921, 932, 941,
945, 952, 953,
954, 971, 997,
8153, 8175,
8193, 8215
Soft
Wood
8-10
Hard
Wood
8-10
Catalog
Number
453, 454,
455
Soft
Wood
-
Hard
Wood
-
Laminates
Plastic
-
Steel
6
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
2
Chain Saw Sharpening Stones
Laminates
Plastic
-
Steel
8-10
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Use only Dremel™ tested, high performance accessories.
* Speed for light cuts; Caution - burning on deep grooves.
• Depending on cutting direction relative to grain.
Cutting Accessories
Catalog
Number
409, 420, 426
540
542
545
560
561
562
Soft
Wood
-
Hard
Wood
-
Laminates
Plastic
2
Catalog
Number
461, 462, 463
414, 422, 429
425, 427
423
403, 404, 405
530, 531, 532
428, 442, 443
535, 536, 537
Soft
Wood
2
2
2
Hard
Wood
2
2
2
2
Catalog
Number
430, 431, 438
439, 440, 444
407, 408, 432
411, 412, 413
Soft
Wood
2-10
2-10
2-10
6
Hard
Wood
2-10
2-10
2-10
6
Laminates
Plastic
2-4
2-4
2-4
2
Catalog
Number
502, 503, 504,
505
Soft
Wood
8-10
Hard
Wood
6
Laminates
Plastic
2
Steel
8-10
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
8-10
Shell
Stone
8-10
Ceramic
Glass
8-10
-
4-6
-
8-10
-
Shell
Stone
2
2
2
2
Ceramic
Glass
2
2
2
-
2
2
2
-
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
8-10
8-10
8-10
2
Shell
Stone
2-10
2-10
2-10
-
Ceramic
Glass
2-10
2-10
2-10
-
-
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
8-10
Shell
Stone
-
Ceramic
Glass
-
-
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
4
Shell
Stone
-
Ceramic
Glass
-
-
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
4
Shell
Stone
-
Ceramic
Glass
-
-
Shell
Stone
Ceramic
Glass
8-10
6-8
2
6-8
6
4-6
For use on drywall. For best results, use at 30,000 rpm.
4-8
4-8
2
8-10
-
Polishing Accessories
Laminates
Plastic
2
2
-
Steel
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Aluminum,
Brass, etc.
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
Sanding Bands and Discs
Steel
8-10
8-10
8-10
-
Flapwheels
Steel
8-10
Finishing Abrasive Buffs
Catalog
Number
511
Soft
Wood
4
Hard
Wood
4
Laminates
Plastic
2
Steel
4
Drill Bit
Catalog
Number
150
Soft
Wood
8-10
Hard
Wood
8-10
Laminates
Plastic
2
Steel
-
Grout Removal Bits
Catalog
Number
569,570
Soft
Wood
Laminates Steel Aluminum,
Hard
Wood
Plastic
Brass, etc.
For Use on Wall and Floor Grout
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Maintenance
Service
Cleaning
NO USER SERVICEABLE
! WARNING PARTS INSIDE. Preventive
maintenance performed by unauthorized
personnel may result in misplacing of
internal wires and components which
could cause serious hazard. We recommend
that all tool service be performed by a Dremel
Service Center. SERVICEMEN: Disconnect
tool and/or charger from power source before
servicing.
To avoid accidents, always
! WARNING disconnect the tool and/or
charger from the power supply before
cleaning. The tool may be cleaned most
effectively with compressed dry air. Always
wear safety goggles when cleaning tools
with compressed air.
Ventilation openings and switch levers must be
kept clean and free of foreign matter. Do not
attempt to clean by inserting pointed objects
through opening.
Certain cleaning agents and
! CAUTION solvents damage plastic
parts. Some of these are: gasoline, carbon
tetrachloride, chlorinated cleaning solvents,
ammonia and household detergents that
contain ammonia.
D.C. motors
The motor in your tool has been engineered for
many hours of dependable service. To
maintain peak efficiency of the motor, we
recommend it be examined every six months.
Only a genuine Dremel replacement motor
specially designed for your tool should be used.
Extension Cords
RECOMMENDED SIZES OF EXTENSION CORDS
240 VOLT ALTERNATING CURRENT TOOLS
If an extension cord is
! WARNING
necessary, a cord with
adequate size conductors that is capable of
carrying the current necessary for your tool
must be used. This will prevent excessive
voltage drop, loss of power or overheating.
Grounded tools must use 3-wire extension
cords that have 3-prong plugs and receptacles
Cord Length
in Meters
Cord Ampere
Rating
Cord Sizes in
mm2
10
10
1,0
25
10
15
1,5
32
Max. Tool
Ampere Rating
Dremel Accessories
! WARNING Use only Dremel™, high-performance accessories. Other accessories are
not designed for this tool and may lead to personal injury or property damage.
The number and variety of accessories for the
Rotary 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 every need.
Refer to the DREMEL ACCESSORY ORDER
FORM for illustrations of the accessories
available. These accessories may be found
at your local hardware, hobby or home
center dealers.
Collets
If you expect to use a variety of accessories,
we recommend that in the beginning you
purchase a complete set of four collets. Store
these so that you will have the proper size of
collet for any accessory or drill bit you want to
use. Currently, the 3,2 mm, 2,4 mm, 1,6 mm
and 0,8 mm collets accommodate all of the
available Dremel accessories. 3,2 mm
collets are included in most rotary tool kits.
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Dremel Accessories (Cont.)
Mandrels
A mandrel is a shank with a threaded or screw
head, which are required when you use
polishing accessories, cutting wheels, sanding
discs, and polishing points. The reason
mandrels are used is that sanding discs,
cutting wheels and similar accessories must be
replaced frequently. The mandrel is a permanent shank, allowing you to replace only the
worn 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 felt
polishing tip and felt polishing wheels. 3,2 mm
shank.
High Speed Cutters
Available in many shapes, high speed cutters
are used in carving, cutting and slotting in
wood, plastics and soft metals such as
aluminum, copper and brass. These are the
accessories to use for freehand routing or
carving in wood or plastic, and for precision
cutting. Made of high quality steel. 3,2 mm shank.
Tungsten Carbide 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. 3,2
mm shanks.
.
Engraving 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
hard materials but are excellent on wood,
plastic and soft metals. 2,4 mm shank.
Small Screw Mandrel No. 402
This is a mandrel with a small screw at its tip,
and is used with emery and fiberglass cutting
wheels, sanding discs and polishing wheels.
3,2 mm shank.
Threaded Tip Mandrel No. 424
This is a mandrel with a threaded tip which
threads into the polishing point accessory No.
427. 3,2 mm shank.
Structured Tooth Tungsten Carbide Cutters
Fast cutting, needle-sharp teeth for greater
material removal with minimum loading. Use
on fiberglass, wood, plastic, epoxy and rubber.
3,2 mm shank.
Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stones
(red/brown)
Round, pointed, flat — you name the shape
and there is one available in this category.
These are made of aluminum oxide and cover
virtually every possible kind of grinding
application. Use them for sharpening lawn
mower blades, screwdriver tips, knives,
scissors, chisels 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.
These grinding stones can be resharped with a
dressing stone. In machine shops, high speed
drills and cutters normally are ground with
aluminum oxide wheels. 3,2 mm shank.
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Dremel Accessories (Cont.)
Silicon Carbide Grinding Stones
(blue/green)
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. 3,2
mm shank.
Diamond Wheel Points
Excellent for fine detail work on wood, jade,
ceramic, glass and other hard material. Bits
are covered with diamond particles. 3,2 mm
shanks.
Bristle Brushes
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.
Brushing Pressure
1. Remember, the tips of a wire brush do the
work. Operate the brush with the lightest
pressure so only the tips of the wire come in
contact with the work.
2. If heavier pressures are used, the wires will
be overstressed, resulting in a wiping action;
and if this is continued, the life of the brush will
be shortened due to wire fatigue.
3. Apply the brush to the work in such a way
that as much of the brush face as possible is in
full contact with the work. Applying the side or
edge of the brush to the work will result in wire
breakage and shortened brush life.
CORRECT:
Wire tips doing the work.
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. Refer to Operating Speeds
section for proper tool speed setting. The
three shapes come in three different materials:
stainless steel, brass and carbon wire. The
stainless steel perform well on pewter,
aluminum, stainless steel, and other metals,
without leaving "after-rust". Brass brushes are
non sparking, and softer than steel; making
them good for use on soft metal like gold,
cooper and brass. The carbon wire brushes
are good for general purpose cleaning.
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 and small parts. Also included
INCORRECT:
Excessive pressure can cause wire breakage.
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. For best
results polishing accessories should be
used at speeds not greater than 15.000
RPM.
No polishing compound is needed when using
the 425 Polishing Wheel or 427 Polishing point.
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Dremel Accessories (Cont.)
Aluminum Oxide Abrasive Wheels
Use to remove paint, deburr metal, polish
stainless steel and other metals. Available in
fine and medium grits. 3,2 mm shank.
Sanding Accessories
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 Rotary
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. Flapwheels
grind and polish flat or contoured surfaces.
They are used most effectively as a finishing
sander after heavier surface sanding and
material removal is completed. Flapwheels
come in fine and coarse grades. Buffs are a
great finishing accessory for cleaning and light
sanding. They work effectively on metal, glass,
wood, aluminum and plastics. Coarse and
medium buffs are sold together. 3,2 mm shank.
Grinding Wheel
Use for deburring, removing rust, and general
purpose grinding. Use with Mandrel #402.
Cutting Wheels
These thin discs of emery or fiberglass are
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, tubing, cable and cutting
rectangular holes in sheet metal.
Drywall Cutting Bit
Gives you fast, clean cuts in drywall.
Tile Cutting Bit
Cuts ceramic wall tile, cement board, and
plaster.
Spiral Cutting Bit
Cuts through all types of wood and wood
composites.
High Speed Router Bits
For routing, inlaying, and mortising in wood
and other soft materials. Use with Dremel No.
330 Router attachment and No. 231
Shaper/Router table.
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Mandrel No. 401 is used with the felt
polishing tip and wheels. Thread the tip on to
the screw carefully. The felt tip must thread
down straight on the screw Mandrel, and be
turned all the way to the collar.
Mandrel No. 402 has a small screw at its tip,
and is used with emery cutting wheels and
sanding discs. Higher speeds, usually
maximum, are best for most work, including
cutting steel. Which is shown here.
The machine-screw threading on Mandrel
No. 424 threads into polishing point No. 427.
This and other threaded mandrels must be
screwed firmly down to the collar before being
used.
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To replace a band on the Drum Sander,
loosen the screw without removing it to
contract the drum then slide the old band off.
Slide the new sanding band on and then
expand the drum by tightening the screw
once again.
The new 1.3 Ah battery pack has an integrated
Dove-tail feature that accommodates new
attachments for additional functionality. The
Dove-tail feature allows the use of the Flex
Before each use, check to
! WARNING make certain that all
components are assembled to accessory
shank and that the drum is sufficiently
expanded to secure the band during use. If
sanding band is loose on the drum during
operation it may “fly” off and strike you or
bystanders.
Light and Flex Light with Magnifier. These
optional tools allow you to better aluminate and
view your project work areas.
ON
OFF
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MODEL 800-49
652
19
801
32
19
4
2
801
822
26
25
23
27
CODE
NO.
2
4
19
23
25
26
27
32
652
801
822
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2610919750
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2610919753
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2615110480
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2610913818
DESCRIPTION
Motor Assembly
Speed Control Assembly
Screw (4 Required)
Lock Button
Collet Nut
3.2 mm Collet (In Tool)
Housing Cap
Battery Pack
Charger
Housing Set
Shaft Lock Assembly
Printed in Mexico
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