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Diamond Cone Burrs for use on all glass, stone, ceramic and other hard materials. For engraving, shaping, carving and grinding Dremel Bits, Dremel Drill, Dremel Carving, Dremel Rotary Tool, Carving Tools, Dremel Tool Projects, Dremel Ideas, Dremel Accessories, Glass Engraving
Diamond Cone Burrs. perfect for engraving, carving and sculpting in stone, glass, ceramic, porcelain and hard wood. Use in your pendant drill, rotary hand piece, hobby drill, engraver, micro motor or die grinder. Use with plenty of cold water, wearing protective safety goggles and eye mask. Do not exceed a drill speed of 12,000RPM. Use with little pressure.
Diamond High Speed FG Dental Burs fr carving, shaping and engraving/etching into glass and stone. shank or micro motor or rotary drills when used with an adaptor Dremel Tool Bits, Dremel Tool Projects, Dremel Rotary Tool, Engraving Tools, Glass Engraving, Art Carved, Jewelry Making Tools, Stone Carving, Thing 1
These friction grip, high speed Diamond Dental Burrs with a 1.6mm shaft from Eternal Tools are of the highest standard and will sculpt, carve, pre-polish, and engrave mediums such as glass, stone, egg, ceramic, porcelain, and hard wood. A 2.35mm to 1.6mm adaptor can be used to customise your drill in order to use these burrs.
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Complete Guide to your Dremel Tool and Dremel Attachments

A complete Guide to your Dremel Rotary Tool, the Dremel 3000

What is a Dremel Tool?

Over the years I've collected numerous amounts of handy hobby tools, all of which are useful and they all have their own purpose, but there is one tool that is probably more useful than most of the other tools put together and that of course is the Dremel Multi Tool.

There are many models of Dremel that shine through, notably the 3000 and 4000, but I have two Dremel 3000's that I love, so this is the particular model that I'm referring to in the following guide.

Higher RPM, torque, and popular with hobbyists

The Dremel 3000 in particular is popular with many hobbyists due to being lightweight and user friendly all around the house, studio, workbench and workshop. I recommend choosing a corded one rather than a rechargeable model. With a higher Speed (RPM) capability, and higher torque it shines through. Also, If you're anything like me you may come to use your rechargeable Dremel multi tool and realise you forgot to recharge it - oops!

Hook to hang it up with, ideal to use with Dremel Flex Shaft

The cable is permanently attached and the power cord is about 6.5 feet long. There's a hanging hook on the back so you can put this on a Dremel stand, hook or a nail if you want to hang it up. This is particularly useful not only for storage, but also if used with the Dremel Flex Shaft attachment.

Pencil Grip, comfortable hold

The unit is very comfortable to hold and can be gripped as you would a pencil for fine intricate work, particularly if you have the flex shaft attachment. For fine engraving and carving work, this is a really comfortable way to work. 

Who can use the Dremel 3000?

I highly recommend this model for hobbyists and beginner jewellers, beginner glass engravers, those wishing to carve stone, drill holes in beach pebbles, sea glass, beach pottery, broken china, wood carvers....the list is endless. Great for DIY bits around the home and general craft work.

Another great advantage of the 3000 model is that when used with a Dremel Multi Chuck it is compatible with a wide range of bits, burrs and polishers, unlike the Dremel 290 engraver which is not.  Read more about the Multi Chuck further on in the article, but suffice to say this little Dremel attachment is an essential piece of kit.

Voltage and Plug

One last thing here before you purchase, and it may seem obvious, but do look out for the correct voltage and correct plug for the country you live in. 

Changing Accessories on your Dremel Tool

Changing accessories is really simple. Make sure that the unit is not switched on and that it has stopped rotating. Press the spindle lock (the blue button), this will lock the spindle from rotating. Pop your accessory into the end. Keep the button pressed and tighten the accessory in towards yourself. Release the button. Make sure that it rotates freely.

The spindle lock unscrews and you can use this threaded connector at the end for attaching different accessories such as the Dremel Right Angle Attachment, Dremel Multi Chuck and Dremel Flex Shaft.

Advantages of the Dremel Multi Chuck

If you use your Dremel drill for various applications and will be changing Dremel bits and Dremel attachments many times then you will benefit greatly from making the small purchase of a Dremel Multi Chuck. This chuck will allow you to hold lots of different attachments with many different shanks (the shank is the bit that fits into your Dremel Multi Tool) and it makes changing your accessories super easy. You won't have to change collets every time you use a drill bit or attachment that has a different shank for instance.

The Dremel Multi Chuck works with most models except the Dremel Engraver 490.  

Diamond drill bits set for your Dremel, Dremel Multi Chuck and Dremel Collet Nut Kit.

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Using Your Dremel Rotary Tool

Whatever attachment you choose to use you should always start your Dremel drill off slow and build up to the speed that you want to work at.

Dremel Bits and Dremel Attachments that come with your Dremel 3000 kit:

Black nylon bristle brush

This Black Wheel Bristle Brush is really good for cleaning, and If you use polishing compound with it you can use these for polishing. These are particularly great to use on intricate pieces of jewellery as it gets into all the difficult to reach areas.

Black wheel bristle brush for your Dremel 3000

Sanding discs

These little Sanding Drums are great for removing rust, paint, heavy corrosion on metal, or for sanding and shaping wood, plastics and softer materials. They slide onto a mandrel and can be fitted on snugly by tightening the screw at the end with a screwdriver (you will have received one of these in your kit with the Dremel).

Sanding bands for your Dremel Rotary Tool
The kit comes with a couple of different grades of sandpaper sanding drums, but I recommend purchasing a couple of the rubber mandrels and then you can have them set up in different grades of sandpaper without having to change the grits every time.

Abrasive Discs and Cutting Wheels

The cut off discs are hard, brittle abrasive discs. You can use these for cutting off the top of screw heads, nails, or working with things like minerals and plastics. Also supplied is the mandrel that these are designed to fit onto. When you attach the disc to the mandrel be sure not to over tighten it because these discs are very brittle and will snap easily. 

By purchasing different types of cutting discs or wheels you will be able to cut through a variety of materials. 

Abrasive Stone

In this kit you receive a very coarse orange abrasive stone. These stone burrs come in a vast assortment of different colours, sizes, grades, and different materials such as green carbide stone burrs and White Arkansas stone burrs and Pink Grinding Stone Burrs.

These are good for grinding and carving on harder materials like metal, ceramic, glass or even minerals and lapidary work on gem stones. I use the green silicon carbide stones a lot for shaping and filing silver and gold, and the Arkansas stones for smoothing metals.  They are also very good for sharpening things.

Felt polishing pads

These are designed to be used with polishing compounds or diamond paste. The felt pads that come with your Dremel Tools attach to a little screw mandrel. I would recommend once these have run out to purchase mounted felt points as they are more robust. Other similar items you can try are a cotton buff or a calico wheel.

Drilling with your Dremel Rotary Tool

Inside your kit you will find a steel drill bit that can be used on soft metals, wood and plastics.  

  • Diamond drill bits are for drilling holes in hard materials such as glass, stone, ceramic, bone, shell, pottery and china.
  • HSS (High Speed Steel) drill bits are for drilling soft metals
  • Carbide or Tungsten Carbide Drill Bits are for drilling through hard metals

The below image shows the Dremel 3000 with a Bottle Neck Diamond Core Drill.  For these core drills and other diamond drill bits see our complete range here. 

Bottle Neck Diamond Core Drills

As I mentioned earlier, drill bits can be mounted on different sized shanks so if you're looking to use your Dremel for drilling holes or drilling out a core you might want to invest in a Dremel Multi Chuck or Collet Nut Kit.

For more detailed information on how to drill using your Dremel Rotary tools have a read of a couple of our articles such as 'How to Drill Sea Glass', 'How to Drill Pebbles' and 4 Tips for Polishing Metals with your Dremel Rotary Tool




So there you have it, the Dremel 3000 and all it's uses, along with a few of the accessories that come with it.

Why buy a Dremel Drill?

They are comfortable in your hand, well balanced and smooth. They don't rattle and vibrate, and the quality is superb. Yours should last you for years!

Dremel Accessories

You will be astounded at some of the Dremel accessories that you can buy to fit into your tool.  Apart from those mentioned above there are many polishing abrasives, drills, burrs, stones, brushes, pads, silicone polishers, rubber burs and discs that will all fit into your new Dremel Multi tool, such as:

  • Burrs: Diamond burrs, carbide burrs, stone abrasive burrs
  • Drill Bits: Small diamond drill bits, diamond core drills, carbide micro drills, twist drills, diamond drill bits set for your Dremel
  • Cutting Tools: Dremel EZ Speedclic wood cutting disc, diamond slitting disc, carbide end mills, router bits
  • Attachments: Dremel Multi Chuck, Dremel Collet Nut Kit, Dremel Right Angle attachment, arbors, mandrels and adaptors
  • Polishing Abrasives: Brushes, wheels, abrasive stones, mini rubber silicone polishers, silicone pin polishers, rubber polishers, radial bristle discs...
  • Abrasive Stones

So whatever project you are doing and whatever material you are working with there is a burr or a tool that you can use with your new found friend, the fantastic Dremel 3000.

This is just an introduction to what this tool can do, pick up yours and get experimenting!

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Dremel Bits: List of Dremel Bits & Their Uses

Dremel tools are little rotary tools. They fit nicely in your hand and have a little spinning blade or a cutting tool known as Dremel bit at the end. Much like its big brothers, the die grinder and angle grinder, the Dremel tool is an extremely versatile tool. The sheer amount of jobs that it can do is staggering. However, to take advantage of this versatility, you have to find the right accessory or tool bit for your Dremel tool.

I’m pretty familiar with the various tool bits that you can get for your Dremel tool, and so I figured that I would share that knowledge with you. But first, let me explain what exactly a Dremel bit is.

What is a Dremel tool bit?

A Dremel bit is a tool bit that can change the function of the Dremel rotary tool and allow it to do a variety of different jobs. You just simply attach it to the front of your Dremel rotary tool and you are ready to go.

Dremel Accessories and Dremel bits

In this guide, I plan to show you a large selection of the various Dremel tool bits out there. There are quite a few, so I could never cover them all. However, I plan to cover a bunch of the more useful ones so that you can see just how handy a Dremel tool can end up being.

Different Types of Dremel Bits

Here is the list of the most commonly used Dremel bits and their uses.

1. Sanding Bits

One of the main things that you can use your Dremel tool for is sanding down various surfaces. Whenever you hear the term “sanding,” your mind immediately jumps to wood sanding, and for good reason. With the right bit, you can definitely use your Dremel tool for sanding and smoothing out wood. However, don’t make the mistake of thinking that you are limited to just that, because you aren’t. With the right sanding disc or band, you can sand materials like fiberglass, clay, plexiglass, and more.

Sanding bits for Dremel tools come in two different kinds.

Drums

The first kind is known as “drums.” Basically, they look like little round cylinders. You attach the cylinder to the end of your Dremel tool and then you slip what is called a “band” over the cylinder. The band has abrasive particles on it and the drum holds the band. The band is what does the work.

Dremel Drum Sanding drum and band

So, in the case of sanding, the band will be covered with the abrasive material that you use to sand down the wood, plexiglass, aluminum or whatever else it is that you happen to be sanding.

Discs

The second kind is known as “discs.” If you have ever used a sander before, then this is going to be a bit more familiar to you. How it works is you have these little discs that you attach to the end of your Dremel tool and you use the disc for precision sanding.

Generally, if you have to sand a larger surface, then you want to go for a drum bit. If you want more precision, then go for a sanding disc for your Dremel tool instead.

Sanding discs with sanding pads

Note: You should know that a rotary tool like Dremel cannot replace dedicated power sanders like belt sanders or orbital sanders.

2. Cutting Bits

While most people, when they need to cut things like wood or tile, will go for something like an angle grinder or a circular saw, the Dremel tool functions perfectly well as a cutting tool if you know what bits to use. There are plenty of different kinds of cutting bits that you can use. Pretty much all Dremel tool bits that are meant for cutting are shaped like discs.
However, that doesn’t mean that all cutting discs are built the same way. Some of the cutting discs are made with minimal gaps between the teeth (more number of teeth) for very precise cutting. Others have very large gaps between the teeth, which helps for bulk cutting, where you don’t really care too much what the final product looks like.

Cutting discs for Dremel tool

Much like with the sanding bits, you might be tempted to think that cutting bits for your Dremel tool is only able to be used with wood, but again, you would be mistaken. Regular cutting bits can be used for wood, but if you need to cut things like thin metal, aluminum, or tile, then you can use a fiberglass cutting bit instead.

3. Etching and Engraving Bits

Dremel tools are perfect for doing etching, engraving, carving, or general decorative work. This is because Dremel tools are extremely small and allow for very precise engraving and decorating.
Dremel Engraving bits kit
Using etching and engraving bits is easy. You just pick the specific bit that you want and pop it onto the end of your Dremel tool. They come in different patterns, sizes, and styles, so all of the difficulty comes from finding the one that works best for you.

Tip: Use diamond-tipped Dremel bits for engraving glass-work.

4. Routing and Drilling Bits

If you needed more proof that the Dremel tool is one of the most versatile power tools out there, how about the fact that in addition to cutting, engraving, sanding, polishing, and everything else that it can do, it can also act like a drill. That’s right, with the right routing or drill bit, your Dremel tool can become a great option for routing wood or drilling into soft material like wood, plastic, or thin metal.

HSS & Carbide router for Dremel tool

As with all of the other bits that I have talked about so far, there are a wide variety of different routing and drilling bits for you to choose from. So, regardless of what sort of drilling and routing work that, you need to do, you should be able to find the perfect bit to use.

5. Grinding and Sharpening Bits

Do you have an old blade or axe that could use a bit of upkeep? Do you have some metal that has a bit of rust that needs to be ground away? If so, then there is no reason why you can’t be using your Dremel tool for that. There are a bunch of very useful grinding and sharpening bits that you can pick from.

There are two different kinds of bits that fall into this category.

Grinding Wheels

First off, there grinding wheels. These are generally made from abrasive material such as Aluminum oxide. They are usually in disc shape with a thin cross-section compared to the diameter.
Dremel Grinding Wheel for Metal
The thin grinding wheels can be used for parting-off and cutting while the thicker wheels are good for general purpose. The edge wheels and Paint & Rust Surface Prep wheels are great for grinding off stuck-on rust from metal surfaces.

Grinding Stones

Secondly, there are grinding or sharpening stones. As you might have guessed, these stones are what you use for sharpening knife blades, ax blades, and much more.
Dremel grinding stones for sharpening and grinding
These sharpening stones are often made of silicon carbide or aluminum oxide. They are cylindrical in shape and work well for grinding profiles and holes.

What Dremel Bit for Each Job

In this next part of this article, I want to quickly talk about what the Dremel tool bit is good for each job. Obviously, I can’t cover every job, but I can go through a few of the more common and more popular ones.

What Dremel Bit for Wood Cutting?

If you want to use your Dremel tool for cutting wood, then the best option for you is to invest in a carbide cutting wheel. These bits are great at quickly cutting through even the toughest pieces of wood.
Dremel bits for woodworking, drilling and carving

For wood carving, you can get hardened high-speed steel bits or carbide bits. The carbide bits are more durable and will last you for a while. Likewise, the carbide is so good at cutting, that it allows you to do both bulk cutting and more precise cutting as well.

Dremel Bits for Metal Work

If you need to cut something tough like metal or if you just need to work with it, then you are going to need to invest in a Dremel metal cutting wheel tool bit. To be more specific, look for an abrasive cutting wheel that is made out of a material like fiberglass or even better, aluminum oxide. These are great for metalwork.
Tungsten carbide bits for Dremel rotary tool
For metal engraving work I recommend carbide bits. They are good for carving soft metals like aluminum, brass, etc. For hard metals like steel, you can use carbide burrs for deburring and chamfering. However keep in mind that while carbide bits are very hard, they are also brittle.

What Dremel Bit for Glass Cutting?

If you need to cut glass, then you need a Dremel tool bit that is made out of the diamond. This is something that is true for basically every power tool. If you need to work with glass, then you need diamond-tipped equipment, it is basically non-negotiable. This is because glass is very hard and brittle.

Dremel bits for glass, Stone, Rocks, etc.
Thankfully, there are plenty of diamond-tipped Dremel tool bits out there, so you shouldn’t have any issues finding some.

Best Dremel Bit for Stone Carving

Again diamond-tipped bit is the best choice. However before you go and buy a diamond-tipped burr, you should know that the selection of tools also depends on the type of stone or rock that you are going to work.

Soft stones like sandstone and soapstone are easy to carve. You can also carve soft marble, but it takes time. If you want to remove a lot of material, then consider using a chisel and hammer to get the rough shape and finish it with Dremel.

Hard stones like granite, jade, etc. are very tough to work with. My suggestion is to start with soft stones first and then work your way up.

Diamond bits are available in different grit sizes from 40 grits (coarse) to 600 grit (fine). The standard 150 grit diamond-tipped bit can work very as an all-purpose Dremel bit for stone, glass and other such hard materials.

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