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Philip G

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Re: Dremel Moto Saw
« Reply #3 on: Mon 03/16/20 04:33 PM »
120, 121 ... whatever it takes.

The platen is about 9"x9". The sticky-outy-arm-thingy goes back about another 4-5". Only about 3" of the platen will be over the workbench. The rest protrudes out to allow room for the motor. It probably sits 2.5" above the workbench.

https://www.dremel.com/en_US/products/-/show-product/tools/ms20-dremel-moto-saw
« Last Edit: Mon 03/16/20 04:34 PM by Philip G »

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Re: Dremel Moto Saw
« Reply #2 on: Mon 03/16/20 10:13 AM »
Hey Phil!  Question: what's the overall footprint of the Dremel saw?  And because it's a Dremel, we're talking 120v, so it's not battery powered or requires 230v, right?

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« Reply #1 on: Sat 03/14/20 07:01 PM »
Who wants it? I bought it to use for whacking up silverware to make jewelry and other art. Completely terrible for that. Blades are not easy to find. I haven't been able to make it work for me in any other model building capacity. I'd rather let someone have it who can use it. Make up a number. It's yours.