Q. Should I opt for an electric or cordless rotary tool?
A. It depends on how you plan to use it. If you need to work continuously and often on heavy duty, long-term projects, go with an electric rotary tool, since it has a constant power source and will be able to power you through numerous tasks. If you prefer something more portable, a cordless one will work fine. Just be prepared to charge it periodically and know that its capabilities may be limited (run-time, ease of use, etc.) with its limited power source.
Q. What types of applications can a rotary tool be used for?
A. Depending on the attachments you use with it, a rotary tool can be used for carving, engraving, etching, cutting sanding, polishing, sanding, routing, polishing, grinding, deburring, cleaning and other similar applications. They are great for both professional and hobbyist applications, including remodeling, finish work, construction, tile work, woodworking, flooring, etc.
Q. What kind of projects can I use a rotary tool for?
A. Rotary tools are ideal for smaller scale projects, such as grout removal, gunk removal, cutting small sections of wood, carving, engraving, and trimming and cutting in tight spaces and corners. They work well in these applications because of their convenient size and efficient power. You could try using larger power tools to do the same types of jobs, but their bulky, larger size makes them more difficult to handle, especially in small spaces. Rotary tools can also be used during parts of larger-scale projects, like remodeling or re-finishing a room. However, they shouldn’t be the only tool you use in these larger-scale applications, as they are typically not powerful enough.
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