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Foredom Power Tool

Foredom Power Tool


Item # 5330
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Item # 5331
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Foredom Power Tool

About This Item

Versatile power that doesn't bog down. Our most powerful tool for production inlay work, saddle slotting, purfling channel routing and more.

Foredom's strong 1/6-horsepower ball-bearing motor with 33" flexible shaft delivers the power you need for smooth routing in hardwoods without bogging down.

For lots of jobs: Thread the Foredom handpiece into our Precision Router Base for accurate inlay work, saddle slotting, purfling channel routing and more. The Precision Router Base also fits our jigs for bridge saddle slotting and soundhole rosette channels.

Easy control over your work: The flexible shaft keeps the motor out of your way, for easy router base control and good work visibility. Use the handpiece for freehand grinding and shaping, too.

Custom handpiece includes 1/8" and 3/32" collets to fit our router bits. The motor has a convenient foot control, for variable speeds up to 18,000 rpm while leaving your hands free to work.

#5328 and 5330 Foredom Power Tool is for domestic use. 115-volts AC, 60Hz, 1.7 amps. It has a U.S. standard Type B plug with two flat parallel prongs and a grounding pin.

#5329 and 5331 Foredom Power Tool is for international use. 230-volts AC, 50Hz, 0.9 amps. It has international plug CEE 7/7 (compatible with Type E and F receptacles) with two round prongs and two grounding clips on the sides and female contact to accept the grounding pin.

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I can't believe I waited this long!


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Shortly after I bought my first Dremel, several decades ago, I learned of the Foredom. Every Dremel I've worn out and replaced, I've asked myself, should I step up to the pump? After filling the gaps in a recent fretboard inlay, and visibly counting each time I fumbled with the off switch, I took the plunge.

When the Foredom arrived, I did the same inlay pattern on a fresh fretboard in a fraction of the time, with barely only a miniscule amount of filler required.

From now on, I'll save the Dremel for projects away from my bench; yard work, cleaning the cat's teeth, whatever.

StewMac, Thank You again!




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fine tool