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About the Issue
Spring is officially here, and to celebrate the new season, the Dremel brand is bringing you new ideas and new tools including some inspiration for homemade Mother’s Day gifts, and tips to help you dust off those golf clubs in time to hit the links.

Table of Contents 1   Feature Story
NEW Facebook Timeline
  Table of Contents 4   Featured Project
Spring Renovation, Part 2: Replace Golf Club Grips
Table of Contents 2 What’s New at Dremel
MM386 Multi-Max™ Universal Cutting Kit
Table of Contents 5 Giveaways/Promotions
MM386 Multi-Max™ Universal Cutting Kit
Table of Contents 3 Getting to Know Your Tools
Have you met the Dremel Sharpening Kit?
Table of Contents 5 DIY Projects
Dremel Weekends


Feature Story
NEW Facebook Timeline

Dremel Facebook Timeline

Check out the Dremel Timeline!

If you’re not one of the over 10,000 fans who have become a fan of Dremel on Facebook, now is your chance! Our Facebook page now features the new Timeline format and highlights the history of the Dremel brand over the years.

Here are just a few of the historic milestones you can learn more about on the Dremel Facebook page:
  • 1935 – Birth of the Rotary Tool: Dremel began marketing the Moto-Tool – a compact, flexible, high-speed alternative to large, bulky power tools. The Moto-Tool was the first of many corded and cordless versions leading up to the present-day model.
  • 1988 – Dremel Launched First Cordless Rotary Tool: More than 50 years after launching the rotary tool market, Dremel introduces the Freewheeler – the market’s first cordless rotary tool.
  • 2003 – Dremel Adopted Li-Ion Technology: With the introduction of the 10.8 Volt Lithium-Ion cordless tool, Dremel becomes the first North American power tool manufacturer to adopt the technology.
Check out more of the Dremel Timeline, project photos and videos, and share projects of your own, by joining our growing Facebook community.


What’s New at Dremel
MM386 Multi-Max™ Universal Cutting Kit

MM386 Multi-Max Universal Cutting Kit

MM386 Multi-Max™ Universal Cutting Kit

With all the projects on your ambitious Spring to-do list, you might spend every weekend on the hunt for the perfect tool for each job. We say save your gas money on another trip to the store! The new Dremel Multi-Max Universal Cutting Kit will cut through your to-do list in no time.

MM386 Multi-Max™ Universal Cutting Kit
  • Includes five Multi-Max blades to cut and notch drywall, wood, plastic, metal and more
  • Multi-Max™ Universal Adapter
  • Quick Fit™ accessory system for fast accessory changes
  • Reusable storage case
  • Application and material usage information included

Dremel MM450 Dremel MM470 Dremel MM462 Dremel MM300
MM450 Wood and drywall blades (3) MM470 ¾” wood flush cut blade MM462 ¾” wood/metal flush cut blade MM300 Universal Adapter


Getting to Know Your Tools
Have you met the Dremel Sharpening Kit?

Dremel A679-02 Sharpening Kit

Dremel A679-02 Sharpening Kit!

Did you know you could turn your rotary tool into a dedicated lawn mower blade, garden tool and chainsaw blade sharpening tool? Let us introduce you to the Dremel A679-02 Sharpening Kit! This kit includes three attachments - the Dremel Chain Saw Sharpener, Lawn Mower Sharpener, and Garden Tool Sharpener - and four additional accessories.

With your A679-02 Sharpening Kit you can…
  • Sharpen lawn mower blades at an optimal sharpening angle with the lawn mower guide
  • Easily sharpen dull, slow-cutting chain saw blades
  • Restore the edge on garden tools such as shears, hoes, and shovels
Get to work and discover how many projects you can tackle with this versatile kit!


Featured Project
Spring Renovation, Part 2: Replace Golf Club Grips

Replace Golf Club Grips

Replace Golf Club Grips

Four! Are your golf clubs looking sub-par after sitting in the garage all winter? Turn to your trusted caddy, the Dremel Multi-Vise, to replace your golf club grips this season! If the grips have, well, reminder marks, be sure they're pointing toward the club head. The Multi-Vise™ is padded and will protect your club shaft from being marred. Use club grip solvent in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.

*Click here to read through our Safety Advice
  • Step 1: Secure the club shaft in the Multi-Vise. Cut off old grips with the 426 cut-off wheel. Be careful that you do not cut into the actual shaft.
  • Step 2: Clean off the remains of the old tape using grip solvent. Then wrap the double-backed tape in an upward spiral, starting about 1/2” from where the low end of the grip will be.
  • Step 3: After removing the tape backing from the shaft, hold the new grip with a finger covering the hole at the opposite end. Pour in the grip solvent and rock it back and forth to spread the solvent throughout the inside.
  • Step 4: Pour remaining solvent on the new tape on your club shaft, making sure all the tape is wet. Quickly slide the new grip over the taped shaft as far as it will go.
Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
Restore Metal Patio Furniture Restore Metal Patio Furniture Restore Metal Patio Furniture Restore Metal Patio Furniture


MM386 Multi-Max™ Universal Cutting Kit

MM386 Multi-Max Universal Cutting Kit

MM386 Multi-Max™ Universal Cutting Kit

At Dremel, we celebrate both the old and the new. Our new Facebook Timeline brings us back to the first rotary tools ever made, and we’re giving you the chance to try our newest tool accessories! We’re giving away five MM386 Multi-Max™ Universal Cutting Kits this month. To enter to win an oscillating tool accessories kit, send us an email telling us how long you’ve owned your Dremel tool, or the first project you ever tackled with a Dremel tool. With your one-sentence answer, include your name, shipping address (no P.O. boxes) and home phone number in the body of an email with “MM386 Cutting Kit” in the subject line. We’ll pick the winners at random and announce them in the May newsletter.


The five winners of last month’s giveaway who will receive a Dremel Multi-Max MM20 tool are: James Krenz, Milwaukee, WI; Pat Vleer, Tiny Township, Ontario, Canada; Paul Germeyer, Pittsburgh,PA; Andrew Marino, Woodbridge,VA; Gerald Meyers, St. Peters,MO. Thanks to everyone who submitted an entry!


Visit Dremelweekends.com

Dremel Link

Looking for more DIY projects you can tackle in a weekend? Visit Dremelweekends.com for this month's project inspiration and how-tos.

Calling All Dremel Enthusiasts

Dremel Link
Do you or someone you know want to give the Dremel brand your input on new product concepts and innovative ideas? Do you live in New York state in either the Rochester or Buffalo area?

If you answered yes to the questions above, email Dremel Customer service and put “Dremel Link” in the subject line to find out how to become a Dremel Link member this year.

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