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Thread: How to cut off a screw using a Rotary Tool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jay-gon Jinn View Post
    One other thing to try is the quick-change mandrel that Dremel has for the rotary tools. Because of how the mandrel and wheels are designed, it locks the cut off wheel in place so it has no chance of spinning.
    Quik-Lok (or however it's spelled) is the best advancement in rotary tools in a long time, I love mine
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    very true its the best I recently upgraded to those since its less time changing wheels

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    Looks like another trip to the toy store for grown ups!
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