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When to Choose?

Rotary tools are great for a wide variety of smaller tasks in which precision, compactness, and ergonomics are of the utmost importance. Choose cordless rotary tools for quick jobs away from the workbench or an outlet. Sample Tasks: Cutting threaded rod, sanding wood crafts, engraving hand tools, cutting drywall for an electrical outlet, sharpening mower blades or chainsaws.

Choose the Multi-Max™ for a wide variety of larger scale projects (as compared to rotary tool projects) in which precision counts. Great for flush and straight cuts in a wide variety of materials. Sample Tasks: Cutting drywall for an electrical outlet, installing a new door casing, restoring old windows, scraping up old carpet or vinyl flooring, removing old grout, cutting copper and PVC pipe.

Choose the Trio™ for irregular (non-straight line) cutting jobs that are larger than those you’d like to use a rotary tool for. Also great for larger edge sanding projects and for novice routers. Sample Tasks: Cutting wall tile, cutting HVAC, cutting drywall for recessed lighting, making irregular cuts in laminate flooring.

The Dremel Saw-Max™ is the go-to tool for making larger scale, common cuts encountered by do-it-yourselfers on a regular basis. Powerful yet compact, this tool is perfect for larger-scale projects or making quick cuts around the home. Sample Tasks: Trim metal shelving, cut baseboard to install flooring, trim floor or wall tile, cut siding, cut metal or pvc pipe for plumbing.

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