Dremel 2500-01 Rotary Tool Multi-Vise by Dremel
- Dremel 2500-01 Rotary Tool Multi-Vise
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Descripción del producto
Multi-vise tool that helps you secure your project or free up a hand;Rotates 360? and tilts 50? allowing the user to lock the workpiece in any position;Clamps to any work surface up to 2-1/2 thick;Tool holder turns Dremel rotary tools into a stationary sander, grinder or polisher;Removable clamping jaws create a stand-alone bar clamp
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The Multi-Vise’s big draw for me is it’s mobility. You can articulate the actual angle of the vise, rotate it 360 degrees, and move the entire vise itself. I’m a little concerned with the plastic threaded rod that serves as the tightening for the base of the vise–but it has performed just fine so far. I’m sure Dremel tested this out extensively–but I’d rather have that part be metal. Plastic does funny things when you light it on fire, accidentally hit it with a sawzall, or car.
The vise’s actual–er–vising is a bit off to me too. It works great if you don’t really need to make the object to be vised immovable. A stationary, metal bench vise would be better for this. Upside to Dremel’s vise is that it comes with rubber type pads that won’t mar or scratch your work.
Fixated Utility: If you find yourself short of a bench vise–it is a reasonably priced tool that has multi-function. Utility for hobbyists/crafters: High
Can I break this shizz?: Yes. The plastic has me a bit concerned. I’ve yet to break it–but I bet I can fairly easily.
Will my significant other stab me for buying it?: Most likely not. Price is right–you can find the Dremel Multi-Vise for a little under $30, but again–for pure home improvement projects I’ve found it limited.
The Final Word: Straight Home Improvement Fixaters will most likely find limited utility with this tool. I myself–use it for some hobbies, and with a couple of alligator clips find that I can tie flies with it for fishing. Mobility is a great advantage to this. I could see using it as a measuring stop if you were mass cutting something (like siding) and needed to be mobile.
Dremel 2500-01 Rotary Tool Multi-Vise
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The table grip is strong.
The vise grips are very adjustable and have solid ribbed rubber pads. You place your project edges in the grooves which help keep it still while working material. The middle section also can tilt and rotate to different angles. Once you obtain the angle you need, you use that blue ridged ring to tighten and keep it still. Overall so far so good. I'm so far impressed with Dremel quality drills and accessories. See photos. I definitely recommend.
You can quickly change out the bar clamp for the Dremel holder. It has a nice ball pivot for the head of this vise. The bar clamp is similar to wood-working clamps, where you slide them closed onto your object, and tighten the handle to compress even more for better grip.
The Dremel rotary tool holder fits all Dremels, and it also fits the Milwaukee M12 rotary tool (as seen below). Now this is an easy to way to mount your rotary tool, while you hold your project in your hands. Sometimes it's easy to work on your project in this manner.
I would definitely purchase this again. Just wished I purchased this sooner!
For about 25 bucks, this tool really does a lot. It's like having an extra set of hands! I clamped it to my home made work bench and first used it to hold a piece of leather where I was burnishing the edges. Worked like a champ. It clamped the rawhide firmly enough that it never slipped. The "ball joint" function works great as I could quickly and easily adjust the angles of the work piece.
Next, i used it to hold some trim pieces of wood I was sealing with laquer. Again, worked perfect for this.
Just today, I had to make a custom "tool" of sorts to back out a screw in my generator's carbuerator. I used the vise to hold the screw driver and took an angle grinder to that and made the tool. The vise held the screwdriver without slipping and saved me from going to my shop to use the big vise.
Keep in mind that if you had to work some steel or wanted to pound out nails from wood, this is not the tool for that job. It is however extremely handy for smaller jobs and even comes with an attachment device for your Dremel or other rotary tool. Lastly, I write reviews like this to try and help others make informed decisions, just like I do when I'm buying. I hope you found my review helpful and if so, please click the yes button below. Thanks!