n this day and age where tax forms are so complicated wehave to turn them over toaccountants and cars so complex we need to have them analyzed by computer,I find great comfort intackling tasks I can perform withmy own two hands.After aSaturday afternoon ofwood-working or making headway onsome homeimprove-mentproject,
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I love standing back and seeingreal results.And ofcourse,anythingthat helps speed up or improvethose “real results”is a welcomeaddition.That’s why we think you’ll love this newsletter—andthe new Dremel 400 Series XPR.This newsletter is filled with tonsofideas,and the new XPR isfilled with features you’ll love aswell.Features like a high-per-formance motor for better han-dling and control,a more
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ergonomic design for comfort,and new accessories—like theplaner and MultiSaw attach-ments—that will help bring yourskills and projects up a level.So read on and work away.At the end ofthe day you’ll beable to turn around and say withpride,“Look! I actually made—or fixed—or improved that____.”And you didn’t need acomputer or accountant to do it.