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  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    This package contains both the pencil and a marker pen with two sides (fine and thick). The marker pen is a bit messy, especially when you first use it, but it works very well otherwise. The pencil is awesome, nice thick leads which can be finely sharpened with the integrated pencil sharpener. What is really a plus point for this set is the fact that it has a thin neck, which enables you to mark inside holes very accurately, even deep holes. I am happy with this set, it has already replaced the Tork Craft Automatic Carpenter’s pencil that I bought as it is more suited to the work I do.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    The moto-saw is ideal for small scroll saw jobs, especially in thinner stock. Also ideal for use on metal, such as in jewelry making or intricate metal, plastic and wood work. The different types of saw blades makes it quite versatile, but do not use it for stock thicker than 10mm as it has a hard time cutting such material and will shudder quite badly. The set up is quick, if a bit fiddly, but because it a bit larger than most of the Dremel products, I find that to mount it on my bench is not an option. I have a separate engraving station where I set it up when needed.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    The multi chuck is a must for any avid Dremel user. It replaces all the other collets and thus the danger of losing those small parts when packing up your kit. I use it both on the Dremel 3000 series and the flex shaft and have never used any of the standard collets ever again. The ability to quickly change from a drill bit to an engraving bit to a Easy Click bit makes it a dream to use. My pick of the Dremel accessories available.

  • Rating: 2 out of 5

    I bought this piece so that I would not need to un-mount my Dremel workstation from my bench when doing work elsewhere where I needed my Dremel to be supported while using the flex shaft. But I was disappointed. The Tool Holder does not have the stability of the Workstation, the extension pipes do not fit well, and I find the mounting foot to be inadequate as it can only be used on relatively thin surfaces, so it does not fit on my engraving table. The hook at the top is also not stable, and I have had a few scares when the hook unmounts with my Dremel hanging on it. My opinion, the Workstation is better value at the end of the day.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    I would not use it for large pieces, it just does not have the stability for that, this tool is useful for those small clamping projects that you cannot use your large bench vice for. When you do especially small and intricate work, such as jewelry, this vice is ideal. The fact that you can mount your Dremel for angled work is a bonus. The rubber grips are invaluable when you need to claim without marring your work piece. Mine is permanently mounted on my work bench and is used almost for every project.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    My workstation is permanently mounted on my workbench, with my Dremel inserted. It has space for a few accessories to be left in it for quick access, I always have my metal drill bits there so I can make guide holes for screws in my work pieces. It can tilt upwards to mount the Dremel horizontally as well, which is great for sanding and also for cutting. The hook on top lets you keep your Dremel hanging in the right position should you chose to use the flexi shaft for engraving and polishing.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    My Dremel set is invaluable for my small woodworking shop. I use the engraving tools extensively with the flexible shaft and I have bought almost all the bits and all the extras for this tool. Honestly, I don’t use all of them, but I find when I’m stuck on how to get something done or have to do a “workshop fix” for something, I almost always reach for my Dremel. I have it permanently mounted on my workbench on the Dremel workstation, always ready with a drill bit in it for a quick guide hole. The multiple attachments that you can buy make it so versatile and practical.

  • Rating: 3 out of 5

    Not a bad product, but must say I dropped my pencil and now I find it struggles to set the lead in the tip without some help from me. The reason I dropped it is because the pencil pocket clip is not very deep so it does not sit in my Apron pocket very well. Needs the lead to be sharpened with a knife if you want crisp lines. I have also not been able to source just the lead refills anywhere – so right now it is sitting idle in my workshop and I’m back to the old standard carpenter’s pencil again.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Ideal for re-seasoning of all kitchen use wooden products – The Howard Butcher Block Conditioner is in my opinion, the best product to use when re-conditioning and re-seasoning all wooden products intended for kitchen/food use. I use this as the go-to product when I resurface my client’s butcher blocks/cutting boards, and there is no product residue to go rancid. It also makes the items smell pleasant, removing any other old food odors which may still exist after resurfacing. It is absorbed quickly, but needs to be warmed up before use to get the best results with the product. All Howard products are US certified for food industry use. A little goes a long way, so even though the products are a bit pricy, they are value for money.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    Best oil for preparing and seasoning Chopping Boards/Butcher Blocks – I have found that the Howard products are the best way to prepare and season my new chopping boards. Easy to use, and the oils penetrate deep and are quickly absorbed, making the finishing of any board a much quicker process than with some of the other finishing products which require the board to stand a while to enable absorption. No need to warm the oils either before using. All the oils in the range are US certified for food grade use.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Small but agile benchtop Router Table – The Jet JRT1 router table is sturdy and quite user friendly. All the extra goodies it comes with, make it excellent value for money. Just note that it does not have a router attached, and also has no lifting mechanism, and also did not come with an assembly manual or a user manual. This can, however, be downloaded from the internet quite easily. It can be used with any router, it comes with a mounting plate that can be drilled to suit your router configuration. The extra side tables give it a large tabletop and fence to work with. Does take up a bit of space once the side tables are attached, so not exactly a “bench top” tool.

  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    I keep discovering new uses for this tool. Not being a mathematician, I am not sure what the Absolute and Relative measuring is used for, so I just use the regular measurements. Recently I discovered that I can set my Table Saw and Router fences with this instrument. On the table saw I can zero after taking into consideration the kerf of my blade, and then I have very accurate measurements for consistently ripping thin stock for inlays, mitre groove inserts and splines. I also use the depth gauge to measure my juice grooves to ensure consistency across the boards. Takes a bit of figuring out, but slowly I am learning all of the tricks. Thanks to Rodney for giving the links, having some reference material does help to figure out all the uses for this little tool.

  • Rating: 5 out of 5

    12 for the price of 6!! – I have been struggling to get the juice grooves in my cutting boards properly sanded after routing without changing the edge contours, and this product has made my year! Easy to hold, easy to use, and not only do you get 6 different sizes for the concave sandings, but 6 on the opposite sides for the convex sandings too, so great to use for the round overs on my boards and other projects. Sandpaper is held on firmly by hand pressure only, and it is easy to swap out grits between sandings without too much fiddle. As with all Rockler products, these have been designed by woodworker for woodworkers – people who understand the day to day challenges we face in small shops especially. Well worth the $ paid.

    Detail Sanders

  • Hi there, can you help with a list of the contents of the TorkCraft 50 Piece Router Bit Set (1/4″) as I want to know what bits are included in the set. I am looking at buying extra bits, but should the bits in this set cover what I need, then it will be worth while to purchase this instead.

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