How to Use a Dremel to Drill Holes

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A Dremel is a high-speed rotary power tool used for a multitude of purposes. The many different bits make the Dremel highly versatile. Many different professions and hobbies use this tool. The Dremel comes in both battery-powered and corded models with speeds ranging from 3,000 to 37,000 rpm. The Dremel is ideal for drilling holes.

Things You'll Need

  • Pencil
  • Dremel
  • Dremel drill bits
  • Safety glasses
  • Measure and mark the selected material.

  • Unplug the Dremel and attach the appropriate sized drill bit.

  • Begin drilling the material with the Dremel set on a slow speed. Hold the Dremel perpendicular to the material at all times. Once you start the hole, you can increase the speed to quicken the drilling process.

  • Clear accumulated dust and excess material.

  • Repeat this process for the remaining holes.

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