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About the Issue
September is the time to go back to school, back to cool weather, and back to indoor home improvement projects! Check out this month’s issue for a new tool perfect for hobbyists, a tutorial that will make repainting and staining a piece of cake, and a chance to win a new accessory kit.

Table of Contents 1   Feature Story
New Rotary Tool Essential for Model Railroading
  Table of Contents 4   Featured Project
Removing Finish from Contoured Wood Trim
       
Table of Contents 2 What’s New at Dremel
MM725 Multi-Flex™ Starter Kit
Table of Contents 5 Giveaways/Promotions
MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit
       
Table of Contents 3 Getting to Know Your Tools
Dremel Multi-Max™ MM430 Multi-Knife
Table of Contents 5 DIY Projects
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Feature Story
New Rotary Tool Essential for Hobby and DIY

Dremel 8100

Dremel 8100



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Cutting railroad track

Cutting railroad track


Next month, the Dremel brand is expanding its line of cordless rotary tools with the introduction of the Dremel 8100 Cordless 8VMAX Variable-Speed Rotary Tool—a powerful and precise rotary tool providing users with greater control and the ability to work effectively on a broad array of materials and projects.

The compact size and ergonomic design of the Dremel 8100 makes it a perfect tool for DIY and hobby projects, like model train building and track maintenance. In particular, the tool will bring ease and precision when cutting through railroad track and cleaning and polishing the track so trains run smoothly.

A favorite pastime, model railroading is one of the most popular hobbies after coin collecting and stamp collecting. Through railroading, hobbyists find relaxation, an outlet for creativity and the fascination that comes with building their own miniature world.

Along with hands-on skills and patience, model railroading is a hobby that requires the right tools. Whether you have an interest in getting started or are seasoned at model railroading, a Dremel rotary tool kit can help you hone your skills and make the time you spend working on your models more enjoyable.

For model railroading and countless DIY projects, the new Dremel 8100 Cordless 8VMAX Variable-Speed Rotary Tool delivers:
  • Performance
    The Dremel 8100 has a variable-speed motor with a speed range of 5,000–30,000 (RPM), which enhances the ability to complete applications with precision and versatility. A removable 8VMAX lithium-ion battery provides maximum performance and run-time. A 1-Hour Charger allows users to quickly power-up and get back to work sooner.

  • Versatility
    The Dremel 8100 is compatible with all current Dremel rotary attachments, with the exception of the Dremel Planer, Mini-Saw and Multi-Saw. The EZ Twist™ Nose Cap with an integrated wrench allows for fast accessory changes, and is designed to drive the full range of genuine Dremel accessories, including EZ Lock™ accessories.

  • Ergonomics
    The Dremel 8100 features a classic pencil grip nose cap that allows comfortable grasp of the tool, at a balance point close to the bit. The 360-degree grip zone with soft grip provides comfortable grip in any position.
The Dremel 8100 will be available for the first time in October at most hardware and home improvement centers nationwide for a suggested retail price of $79.99 USD and $89.99 CAD.

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What’s New at Dremel
MM 725

MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit


MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit

In need of an accessory to cut wood, metal or plastic? The Multi-Max MM20 now has a new addition for the ultimate in oscillating tool performance. Introducing the MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit, this accessory will help you make fine, detailed cuts with your Dremel oscillating tool. The MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit has an innovative blade design that offers the widest cutting capability of all Dremel oscillating accessories. The kit includes three MM721 Multi-Flex spiral blades and two MM722 Multi-Flex saw blades.

The MM725 Multi-Flex Starter kit can also be used with:

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MM430 Multi-Knife

Dremel Multi-Max MM430 Multi-Knife

Getting to Know Your Tools
Dremel Multi-Max MM430 Multi-Knife

The Dremel MM430 provides both pros and DIY-ers with an ideal solution for cutting flexible materials with a Dremel Multi-Max oscillating tool. The MM430 cuts carpet, plastics, vinyl, cardboard, foam, insulation and roofing materials, and features a unique, hooked blade design so users can make cuts with one hand. The blade is also double-sided, so users can cut in either direction while working on a project.

With the MM430 Multi-Knife, you can pull off these home improvement projects with less frustration and elbow grease. Try these projects with the new Multi-Knife and let us know how they went!
  • Remove old or stained carpet
  • Replace vinyl flooring
  • Remove glued-down carpet


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Featured Project
Removing Finish from Contoured Wood Trim

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Clean Your Grill

Remove Finish from Wood Trim


The change of seasons often inspires us to change the look and feel of our surroundings, and repainting or restaining home décor definitely does the trick. Removing finish from wood trim is the easiest way to create a clean, smooth finish that you can repaint or stain, but this can be difficult to do without damaging the surface of the material. Check out this video guide to removing finish from contoured wood trim, and you’ll be ready to repaint or restain in no time.

You’ll need:

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Giveaways/Promotions
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TR451

Pumpkin Carving Contest

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Coming Up:

Be sure to look out for the Pumpkin Carving Challenge on our Facebook page coming this October! Users can enter pictures of their Dremel-carved pumpkins and vote for their favorite for a chance to win Home Depot gift cards! Winners will be announced on October 31st.


TR451

Dremel TR451 Random Orbital Sanding Kit

Congratulations

The five winners of August’s giveaway who will receive a Dremel Trio TR451 Random Orbital Sanding Kit are James Curry, West Chester, Ohio; Mary Pancake, Velpen, Ind.; Frank Presello, Ontario, Canada; Nancy Benson, Rushford, Minn.; and Melissa Haren, Akron, Ohio.

Thanks to all who submitted entries!

Did you know it pays to register your Dremel product? Just ask Robert Roberts of New Hampshire and Joanne D’Amico of California, who won a Dremel Tool and Accessory Package valued at $500 in the 2011 Dremel Product Registration Sweepstakes. Protect your investment in Dremel tools. Simply click here to register your tools and you will automatically be entered into this year’s sweepstakes.

The 2012 Dremel Product Registration Sweepstakes and eNewsletter giveaway is open to U.S. consumers only.


MM725

MM725 Starter Kit

Giveaway: MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit

As featured in this month’s What’s New at Dremel, the MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit’s innovative blade design offers the widest cutting capability of all Dremel oscillating accessories, and is ideal for making fine, detailed cuts using your oscillating tool. To enter to win a MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit, send us an email briefly sharing what materials you’ve found to be the most difficult to cut. With your brief story, include your name, shipping address (no P.O. boxes) and home phone number in the body of an email with “MM725 Multi-Flex Starter Kit” in the subject line. We’ll pick five winners at random and announce them in the October newsletter.

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