Cutting, Drilling, Sanding, and Printing with Dremel at Maker Faire

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Cutting, Drilling, Sanding, and Printing with Dremel at Maker Faire

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powered by dremelWith a full range of tools and projects for all attendees to test out, the Dremel booth at this year’s Bay Area Maker Faire was non-stop action. Groups of people gathered to build their own derby cars, using multiple Dremel machines to rough-cut blocks of wood, drill holes, sand the edges, and attach the 3D-printed wheels. And others used the Dremel rotary tools to make their own custom-engraved leather wristbands.

Featured at the 10th annual Maker Faire Bay Area.

With the Dremel Moto Saw, Workstation, Micro Rotary Tool, and Idea Builder on hand, there wasn’t a moment that this booth was not running at full speed.

Make: community editor Caleb Kraft stopped by the Dremel booth to catch up with Tim Turbett, Director of Brand Marketing, to hear about what they were showing off and finding at the event this year.

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Mike Senese

Mike Senese is a content producer with a focus on technology, science, and engineering. He served as Executive Editor of Make: magazine for nearly a decade, and previously was a senior editor at Wired. Mike has also starred in engineering and science shows for Discovery Channel, including Punkin Chunkin, How Stuff Works, and Catch It Keep It.

An avid maker, Mike spends his spare time tinkering with electronics, fixing cars, and attempting to cook the perfect pizza. You might spot him at his local skatepark in the SF Bay Area.

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