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They really are different tools. You can do things with a bandsaw that you simply can't with a table saw, and vice versa. If you need to cut curves, or cut stock thicker than 3.5", or similar tasks a bandsaw wins; if you need to cut pieces to exactly repeatable sizes, or cut wide pieces, or make dados (extended non-through cuts) or coves, table saw wins. If ...


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The usual answer for repeatability is "make a jig". Build a frame out of 2x4s, attach it to the sheet that you want to cut, and then set the base of the circular saw inside the frame. That will give you a very repeatable hole.


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Dremel don't support that Here are the reasons they give: Q: Can the Dremel Trio use Dremel rotary tool accessories? A: No. Though Trio accessories look and work like standard rotary tool accessories, they are specially engineered to handle the demands placed upon them by this slower yet more powerful tool. Q: What is the difference between ...


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I tried all the suggestions I could find on the internet that worked for others, but none worked for me as my drill bit was way more stuck than theirs I guess! The suggestions (and the result, so you are warned what could go wrong if you try it!): hold the chuck and run the drill in reverse - I nearly burned my hand. Tried it with a thick gardening glove ...



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