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Flush Cutting Wood Dowels: Dremel Multi-Max

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Uploaded on Nov 24, 2008

See how to flush cut wood dowels with the Dremel Multi-Max

In many woodworking projects flush cuts are needed. To demonstrate how easily they can be done with a Dremel Multi-Max we'll be cutting dowels on a chair. For this project we'll fit the Dremel Multi-Max oscillating tool within an MM440 wood flush cutting blade.

Begin by inserting the wood flush cutting blade into the tool. Tighten the screw with the allen wrench to secure the blade in the holder. Plug the tool in and set the tool to maximum speed. Keeping the blade flat to the surface push the tool away from you in a forward motion until the cut is complete. Repeat this process until all of your dowels are cut. Using the correct technique the Dremel Multi-Max and the wood flush cutting blade produces a true flush cut in wood with no marring or burning, and can cut it a dowel up to one quarter inch in diameter.

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