The Dremel brand is synonymous with excellence. It is a simple tool that goes a long way to accomplish many specific home tasks. It consists of durable Dremel parts, and among them is a powerful wire brush motor complete with a current switch that can be readily adjusted to allow for two or more different speed setups.
The tool itself consists of basic Dremel parts: the collet, rubber collar, the powerful motor that is placed inside the housing, the shaft-stopping button and the tightening cap. All these are designed to accommodate the various Dremel accessories that enhances the tool’s performance. Upon purchase, the Dremel tool comes fully assembled with all Dremel parts together. The motor is powerful enough that it can allow spins up to 30,000 RPMs. A speed switch attached to it offers you flexibility in different speed settings through its five click stops. The lowest setting starts at 3,000 RPM and it will up with the highest, which is at 30,000 RPMs.
Among Dremel parts, the collet is among the most important. It functions as a holding device resembling like a collar that holds objects by exerting force via clamping. Tapered outer collars support the tightening of objects. A collet looks like a sleeve with a cylindrical inner surface and a conically shaped outer surface. Other Dremel parts can include a hook where you can hang the Dremel tool in place, and a power cord, though there are also cordless versions available in the market these days.
You must remember to appropriate these Dremel parts with extra care. To put them all together, you have to unplug your Dremel tool first. You must only introduce the rubber collar after disassembly. To do so you can simply screw it in. After accomplishing this, you can now insert the collar to the shaft’s hollow end. Then follow it up with the cap. You can now insert the bit while firmly holding down the shaft lock button, which can be found at the neck portion of the tool. When everything is already in place, you can now tighten the cap and the collet nut, if any using your tightening wrench. And before plugging it back in, always remember to put on your safety glasses first for protection against flying debris while working with your Dremel tool.
These Dremel parts can be taken off for cleaning. To put them back together, you have to screw first the rubber collar, insert the collet and then the cap. Before tightening it all up, you have to insert the particular Dremel bit that you wanted to work on, and hold the shaft-stopping button down. You can tighten the tool with the Dremel parts intact together by screwing the cap using a wrench. Once tightened, you can now use your Dremel tool.
Generally, the Dremel Company categorizes the Dremel parts, together with optional tools and important Dremel accessories and attachments for better understanding and for proper handling. The Dremel rotary tool for instance, offers both attachments and accessories. The rest of the Dremel tools available in the market come only have the Dremel accessories as part of the package.