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Instructions Dremel, Modèle MOTO-TOOL 285

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This is not common, but it does happen. Practice on scrap materials first to see how the Moto-Tool cuts. Keep in mind that the work']s done by the speed of the tool and by the accessory in the chuck. You should not lean on or push the tool into the work. Instead, lower the spinning accessory lightly to the work and allow it to touch the point at. which you want cutting (or sanding or etch-" ing, etc.) to begin. Concentrate'on guiding the tool over the work using very little pros- sure from your hand. Allow the accessory to do the work. Usually, it is best to make a series of passes with the tool rather than attempt to do all the work in one pass. To make a cut. for example, pass the tool bacX and forth over the work, much as you would a small paint brush. Cut a little material on each pass until you reach the desired depth. For most work, the deft, gentle touch is best. With it, you have me best control, are less likely to make errors, and will get the most efficient work out of the accessory. The pencil grip we described is one way to hold the Moto-Tool. A second way to grip the tool much as you would the handgrip on a bicycle, with your hand wrapped around the housing and the chuck extending just beyond your thumb and forefinger. This grip must be used for cutoff wheels and saws for maximum control and is often used with polishing, brushing, and grinding accessories. When using the steel saws (No.s. 400, 406) or cutoff wheels (Nos. 409, 420, 426) always have the work securely clamped. Never attempt to hold the work with one hand while using either of these accessories. The reason is that these wheels will grab if they become slightly canted in the groove, and can kickback causing loss of control resulting in serious injury. Your second hand should be used to steady and guide the hand holding the tool. When a cutoff wheel grabs, the wheel itself usually breaks. When the steel saw wheel grabs, it may jump from the groove and you could lose control of the tool. f,' For best control in close work, grip the Moto- Tool like a pencil between your thumb and forefinger. This is the "handgrip" method of holding the tool used for operations such as grinding a flat surface. The operation of any power tool can result in foreign objects being thrown into the eyes. ,which can result in severe eye damage. Always wear safety glasses or eye shields before commencing oo,,ver tool operation. We recommended Wide Vlsion Safety Mask for use over spectac!es or standard safety glasses. COLLETS --Four different size toilets (see BALANCING ACCESSORIES --For precision illustration), to accommodate different shank work, it is important that all accessories be in Whenever you hold the tool, be careful not to cover the air vents with your hand. This blocks the air flow and causes the motor to good balance (much the same as the tires on SELF-ADJUSTING overheat. your automobile). To true up or balance an KEYLESS accessory, slightly loosen collet nut and give CHUCK ALWAYS UNPLUG MOTO-TOOL BEFORE the accessory or collet a I/4" turn. Retighten AVAILABLE AS ACCESSORY) CHANGING ACCESSORIES, CHANGING toilet nut and run the Moto-Toot. You should COLLETS OR SF--=_VlCING YOUR MOTO TOOL be able to tell by the sound and feel if your accessory is running in balance. Continue adjusting in this fashion until best balance is achieved. To maintain balance on abrasive / LOCK 77._IB)_ f_,l 482 1116" wheel points, before each use, with the wheel COLLET point secured in me toilet, turn on the Moto- Tool and run the 415 Dressing Stone lightly BUT'tON 483 1132" against the revolving wheel point. This removes high soots and trues up the wheel point for good balance. WHEEL DIAMETER --Other than the No. 426 WRENCH o COLLET _ cutoff wheel, do not use grinding wheels over l\ COLLET COLLET 1" in diameter, Mote-Tool's high speed can TO LOOSEN COLLET NUT cause larger wheels to fly apart and could COLLET --Consists of a collet nut and toilet. sizes, are available for your Moto-Tool. To cause injury. To loosen, first slide shaft lock forward and install a different toilet, remove the cotlet nut rotate the shaft by hand until the lock engages SAFETY --Protect your ey_es when grinding and remove the old collet. Insert the unslotted the shaft preventing further rotation. end of the cotlet in the hole in the end of the or routing with the Moto-Tool... always wear (NOTE: Do not engage lock while the Moto-an approved type of safety glasses. tool shaft. Replace collet nut on the shaft. Tool is running.) With the lock engaged use Always use the collet which matches the Remember. your new Dremel Moto-Tool isthe collet wrench to loosen the collet nut. shank size of the accessory you plan to use. the finest power tool of its kind. But its Change accessories inserting the new one Never force a larger diameter shank into a performance is only as good as the Into the collet as far as possible to minimize collet. accessories with wmct_ it is used. "_'e runout and unbalance. With the ...

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