Review: Dremel 426 Fiberglass Reinforced Cut-Off Wheels 1- 1/4″ Dia., .045″ Thick, 5 Pack

Dremel 426 Fiberglass Reinforced Cut-Off Wheels 1- 1/4″ Dia., .045″ Thick, 5 Pack

Dremel 426 Fiberglass Reinforced Cut-Off Wheels 1- 1/4
Dremel Super Duty 1/4′” Diameter Cut off Wheels
Ideal for cutting, grooving and trimming all kinds of materialsincluding metal, wood and ceramics. You can use it to cut screws and rusted bolts, make slots in screw heads, trim castings and more. .04 -Reinforced Wheel Use with Mandrel #402

  • Disc of hard abrasive
  • Cuts, grooves and trims
  • Cuts metal, wood and ceramics
  • Five per package

List Price: $ 152.39

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Dremel 689-01 11-Piece Rotary Tool Carving and Engraving Kit

Dremel 689-01 11-Piece Rotary Tool Carving and Engraving Kit
Includes Carving and Engraving Mini Accessory Kit – 689-01, 1/32-in Engraving Cutter – 105, 1/8-in – 702, 3/32-in Collet Bit – 481, 1/16-in Engraving Cutter – 106, 3/32-in Engraving Cutter – 107, 1/32-in Engraving Cutter – 108, 5/64-in Diamond Wheel Point – 103, 5/64-in Diamond Carving Bit – 134, 9/32-in Grinding Stone – 142, 3/16-in Grinding Stone – 922, 1/8-in Grinding stone – 322The Dremel 689-01 11-piece rotary tool carving and engraving kit comes with 11 assorted carving and engraving accessories. It features 4 engraving cutters and 4 grinding stones along with a collet bit and also includes a diamond wheel point and diamond carving bit. It’s packaged in a convenient mini accessory case and is a great addition to your dremel accessory line-up.

  • Comes with 11 assorted carving and engraving accessories
  • Features 4 engraving cutters and 4 grinding stones along with a collet bit
  • Includes a diamond wheel point and diamond carving bit
  • Packaged in a convenient mini accessory case
  • A great addition to your Dremel accessory line-up

List Price: $ 20.17

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Question by swillmerchant: When plugging in a laptop (that runs on Microsoft Vista) should the battery always be taken out of the laptop?
I’m just wondering if it’s best to charge the battery (while using it) or charge the battery then take it out of the laptop before using the laptop’s power cord (to plug into an electrical source). I’ve read up on diff articles and asked people, but it doesn’t seem like I’ve found a consensus on this.

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Answer by xxxnullifierxxx
charge it whenever but avoid charging it too much. you can run of the ac adapter if you can

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    • Frezco
    • July 26, 2013
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t even think of buying an off brand, June 27, 2011
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    This review is from: Dremel 426 Fiberglass Reinforced Cut-Off Wheels 1- 1/4″ Dia., .045″ Thick, 5 Pack (Tools & Home Improvement)

    These bad boys are the real deal, just got through a computer case used one blade for about 4-5 hours and i can safely say i only reduced the wheel to about 40% of its original circumference. I got an off brand kit as a gift and it came with 10 of these blades i went through 3 of them in less than 2 hours or so, so ill say it loud and clear don’t even think of buying and off brand these are 5 dollars and they are all you need.

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    • Brent Blaskievich "Blaskobliatch"
    • July 26, 2013
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Nice and sturdy., April 1, 2011
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    Brent Blaskievich “Blaskobliatch” (Charlotte NC) –
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    This review is from: Dremel 426 Fiberglass Reinforced Cut-Off Wheels 1- 1/4″ Dia., .045″ Thick, 5 Pack (Tools & Home Improvement)

    Nice thick wheels built to last. Single one of these lasts me through a few months of small projects. No problems cutting steel / wood.

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    • Dennis E. Talasco
    • July 26, 2013
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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    they really do the job, July 9, 2008
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    Dennis E. Talasco (Glendale, NY United States) –
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    This review is from: Dremel 426 Fiberglass Reinforced Cut-Off Wheels 1- 1/4″ Dia., .045″ Thick, 5 Pack (Tools & Home Improvement)

    It seems that they’ve actually imporved the 426 cut off wheels from the ones we used to get say 10 years ago..they don’t break so eaisly..& these were fine….they last a long time and do the job.

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    • J.R.
    • July 26, 2013
    40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
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    Dremel 689-01 Carving kit, August 23, 2009
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    J.R. (Florida, USA) –

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    This review is from: Dremel 689-01 11-Piece Rotary Tool Carving and Engraving Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)

    This is a great value kit!!! the small carving pieces are for fine detail work, and i recommend the use of those devices for a flexshaft. They are almost the same thing that foredom kit AK65, the bonus on this kit are the diamond covered bits which are great for wood, glass etc. And the silicon carbide stones are great for glass etc. I am very satisfied with Amazon.

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    • Jouetcat
    • July 26, 2013
    34 of 35 people found the following review helpful
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    Good value!, July 1, 2009
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    Jouetcat (Quincy) –

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    This review is from: Dremel 689-01 11-Piece Rotary Tool Carving and Engraving Kit (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I purchased this tool assortment and my Dremel rotary tool at the same time. I love both of them. I’m an artist and have recently taken up making small animal sculptures. The size of the tools in this carving and engraving kit are perfect. I do have one problem with the set. It is advertised as having “two diamond tips” and I have not found any way to tell which ones those two might be.

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    • Dan H
    • July 26, 2013

    There are different ideas as you say, but I think it looks like that because it doesn’t make an awful lot of difference. I always leave my battery in and have never had any problems, and there is nothing in the manual that suggests it would be a problem, and it’s a lot easier… and if you had a power cut your laptop will immediately go to battery power.

    • gary_hendricks_mail
    • July 26, 2013

    Hi

    It’s not too wise to have the laptop battery connected to the power charging socket all the time. If you’re running on AC power, try to take out the battery. A battery that is connected to the AC if it is 100% charged will slowly, over time, be damaged.

    Here are some tips related to battery life in laptops you might want to think about.

    Tip 1: Power Down the Display
    Do you know one of the most effective ways to conserve laptop battery life is to lower the brightness of the screen display? Its been known that lowering one level of screen brightness will yield up to 10 more minutes of battery life. You can easily do this by going to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display and clicking the Settings tab. You can also disable those cool effects like ClearType fonts and fade effects to reduce the CPU’s power consumption.

    Tip 2: Turn Off Unused Devices
    And here’s another tip for you. As you may know, many modern laptops have a Wi-Fi built in. Unknown to many people, that Wi-Fi connection is a power guzzler! Make sure you turn off the Wi-Fi connection using the external Wi-Fi on-off switch. If your laptop does not offer such a switch, you should go to the Control Panel > System > Hardware > Device Manager and disable the infrared transceiver, Ethernet adapter and Bluetooth radio.

    Tip 3: Decrease Hard Drive Activity
    Your laptop hard drive is another power eating culprit. To save power, you should reduce the frequency with which your hard disk has to spin. To do this, you can try defragmenting your hard drive regularly. This can be done using the Disk Degfragmenter in the Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools menu.

    You can also optimize the Windows’ paging file – the area of the laptop hard drive that serves as virtual memory whenever your RAM is full. Optimizing the paging file size ensures your hard drive is accessed less frequently when you run out of system memory. To change it, go to the Control Panel > System > Advanced > Performance Settings > Advanced > Virtual Memory Change. Set both the initial and maximum paging file size to 1.5 times the capacity of your installed RAM size.

    Tip 4: Disable Startup Items
    Here’s another tip. Disable your unneeded startup items! I find it very irritating whenever my laptop boots up and I’ve to wait like 20 seconds for all manner of little program bits to load into memory. You can disable those startup programs. Go to the associated programs and click on the Options or Preferences menu to do this. You can also go to the Startup tab in your Start Menu and clear programs you don’t want to run at boot time.

    Tip 5: Condition the Battery
    One thing you should remember about laptop batteries. You need to condition it. When you first buy your laptop, charge the battery to 100 percent and then discharge it completely. Next, charge it to 100 percent again. This is not a pointless exercise – it ‘conditions’ the battery and helps it remember exactly how much electrical charge it can hold. After you do that, you will never need to completely discharge the battery again.

    Hope this helps you out!

    Best Regards
    Gary Hendricks
    http://www.best-laptop-guide.com

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