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The scroll saw attachment to a Dremel tool can be used to cut random shapes into a variety of materials. Be sure to wear eye protection when using this high-speed rotary tool with tips from a professional carpenter in this free video on Dremel tools. Expert: Stephen G. Anthony Bio: Stephen G. Anthony is a professional carpenter, woodworker and handyman based in New York City and south Florida. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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25 Responses to “Using a Dremel Tool : Dremel Scroll Saw Tutorial”

  1. wols9377 says:

    Sir, as a carpenter you cannot recommend this precisiontool in this way. The things you are using it for are jobs for an router and btw the sound of your machine tells me that there’s something wrong in there.

  2. Bluefoot65 says:

    how do you see what you are cutting?

  3. Christopher711 says:

    If push came to shove couldn’t you cut a piece of wood with it?

  4. aberam1 says:

    @ryanathan2 Other than the fact that all Dremel tools are built left hand oriented.

  5. youutubestinks says:

    if you gonna use the tool in that way be sure to have alt least 25 or 30 mototools in hand to use them after they burn out one by one XD haha

  6. Krb68691 says:

    @jodex96 Hi-impact polycarbonate lenses.

  7. TopGear6666 says:

    When the blade breaks not if :)

  8. yigitdemir1 says:

    how much does the dremel tool cost

  9. tharrington11 says:

    The Dremel will work fine on hard wood if you go really slow and have complete control over it.

  10. waveriderz says:

    well dude…i got one shot at this ‘cuz i got no time to rebuild speaker cabinets. I have found Dremels to be more hobby tools. I have ‘em, just don’t own that particular bit. .My speaker baffles are harder than the plywood shown here, which is why i asked..

  11. tharrington11 says:

    that’s kind of common sense dude

  12. waveriderz says:

    Hi.. i would like to enlarge a speaker hole and am curious a
    if a Dremel and that bit would cut 1/2″ mdo board? …Thanks

  13. skiierboy01 says:

    more like a router than a scroll saw

  14. jodex96 says:

    I wouldn’t say those are safety goggles.

  15. gswiaczny says:

    Maybe, I’m not the alpha and omega. But the author of this video still does not know what a scroll saw is.

  16. JTshoot says:

    grammar fail…

  17. gswiaczny says:

    Did you ever seen a scroll saw? -.-

  18. ScrollsawVideo says:

    A scrollsaw can’t do that, but one of my 16 Dremels can give it a shot. BTW…..I work for Dremel/Bosch and love the tool.

    I didn’t criticize and sorry that you took it that way.

  19. 88beauzeau88 says:

    A guy who does scrollsaw videos with nothing better to do than surf around on youtube looking for other videos to criticize… hmmmmmmmmm. There is a MAJOR difference between someone saying a dremel is the best way to do scrollsaw work and someone simply trying to show the versatility of a dremel. By the way, let’s see your precious scrollsaw cut away a roll pin that’s seized up in a CV-shaft….

  20. ScrollsawVideo says:

    A handyman that uses a Dremel for a scroll saw….hmmmmmm. There is a MAJOR difference between the two tools and what they were designed to do.

  21. Mueiwark says:

    Ehm…that screeching sound is the cutting bit slipping inside the collet… I have experienced that many times, it’s caused by not allowing the cutting tool to ‘cut’ the wood.

    Great way to waste the tool/dremel.

  22. jamesnuutinen says:

    oh god my speakers XD

  23. Bruckner says:

    It is hard to follow a pattern with that tool, using that specific method, due to the tip’s rotating motion. Draw a pattern on a board and try again.

  24. iporter85 says:

    i woulnt do that and i used a dremal before that doesnt sound good at all

  25. atilla1990tzu says:

    vollkommen überfordert – der Dremel

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