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Fw: Dremel Wheel

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Subject: Fw: Dremel Wheel
From: Ray Wygonik <>
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 09:16:07 -0400
For those who go back several years, you may remember the Dremel tool also
had the name Gibbonizer.  A name given to the tool by Ray Gibbons, who was a
real treasure and unfortunately passed on from this world, but is still
probably driving an Mg somewhere making people laugh.
-----Original Message-----
From: Matt Pringle <>
To: Barney Gaylord <>
Cc: David Hill <>;
<>; <>
Date: Wednesday, July 28, 1999 8:03 AM
Subject: Re: Dremel Wheel

|Forget those ones, through them out, you're just as likely to put out an
|eye as actually grind anything.  Get the fibreglass reinfoced ones.
|They come in packs of five, they're black and last forever.
|Barney Gaylord wrote:
|> At 10:09 PM 7/27/99 +0100, David Hill wrote:
|> >
|> >I got a Dremel tool ....
|> >I got some of the very thin cut-off wheels with the tool but they're
|> feeble things which snap as easily as a dry biscuit ....
|> I've had very good luck by putting two of the thin cut-off wheels on the
|> mandrel at the same time, very much stronger that way and they hardly
|> break.  If you need a thin kerf, then use just one wwheel and take it
|> easy with the cutting force.  The edge of the wheel is so small that a
|> little force makes for a lot of pressure on the grinding edge.  More
|> doesn't cut any faster, just breaks the wheel.
|> Barney Gaylord
|> 1958 MGA with an attitude

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