Dremel Flex Shaft Rotary Tool Attachment with Comfort Grip and 36″ Long Cable- 225-01- Engraver, Polisher, and Sander- Ideal for Detail Metal Engraving, Wood Carving, Sanding, and Jewelry Polishing

January 22, 2020 - Comment

The Dremel 225 flex shaft attachment has a flexible, 36-Inch shaft that attaches easily and adds an improved level of versatility to your project. The Quick connect attach system allows you to easily attach the flex-shaft to your Dremel rotary tool. A 5” bend radius provides more flexibility and fits comfortably in our hand. The

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The Dremel 225 flex shaft attachment has a flexible, 36-Inch shaft that attaches easily and adds an improved level of versatility to your project. The Quick connect attach system allows you to easily attach the flex-shaft to your Dremel rotary tool. A 5” bend radius provides more flexibility and fits comfortably in our hand. The integrated shaft Lock button allows on the hand piece allows you to easily change your accessory or attachment. The flex-shaft holds up to 1/8” shank, and works with both the collet system and the Dremel chuck.

Product Features

  • The product is Moto Tool Flex Shaft
  • Comfort grip hand piece allows finger tip control to cut, grind, sand, sharpen, polish and more
  • Integrated shaft lock button on the hand piece allows for easy accessory changes
  • Quick connect – easily attaches to your Dremel rotary tool
  • More flexible cable – provides more comfort during use.
  • For use with rotary tool models 4000, 400, 398, 395, 300, 285, 275, 200, 100, 8200, 800, 4200, 3000, 8220

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great Tool, Read the Instructions This is probably one of the best attachments for the dremel I’ve used thus far. I purchased this to help me cut my dog’s nails, but have found it extremely valuable when doing any type of fine detail work, especially in wood working.Seeing as the product looks pretty cut and dry, i just went right into attaching it onto the dremel. Even though I got the process right, I still recommend consulting the instructions as there are some maintenance tips and best practices that they list…

Anonymous says:

You get what you pay for? This time I got ALOT less than what I payed for! I read other comments about this tool, so I reservations. But I ordered it anyway. The first day I tried to use it, it did nothing. I thought I could’ve done something wrong. So I went through the process again. I turned the Dremel on and again nothing, except this time I heard a very quiet high pitched squeal coming from my dremel. Within 2 seconds, before I could turn it off, I had smoke coming out of the dremel. Apparently, the tool was in some kind of bind which is is why the flex wouldn’t…

Anonymous says:

Very useful but breaks easily – doesn’t last long I need this for carving. It reduces the vibration in my hands tremendously and keeps the Dremel tool away from the dust and shavings and keeps it running. Those are the good things. Now for the bad. The flex shaft overheats, a lot! It literally gets smoking hot and melts the rubber insulation off of the metal flex shaft. I keep the flex ord/shaft as straight as possible when working. Problem 2 – these break very easily and do not last long. It is frustrating to say the least but I still keep…

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