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Dremel 220-01 Rotary Tool Work Station

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  • Articulating Drill Press--drills Perpendicular and Angled Holes in 15-degree Increments, up to 90 Degrees Horizontal
  • Tool Holder--holds Tool at 90 Degrees Horizontal for Tasks Such as Polishing Metal Objects, Sanding Different Shapes and Grinding Metal Pieces
  • Flex Shaft Tool Stand--allows Telescopic Adjustment to Any Height Between 16 and 29 Inches, Crow's Nest Provides On-board Storage for Drill Bits, Wrenches, and Other Dremel Accessories
  • Cord Management Clips - for Safe Storage of Power Cords, Inch and Metric Marking on Base - For Accurate Drilling of Workpiece
  • Depth Markings with Depth Stop - for Consistent Depth Adjustment,Sturdy Metal Base with 4 Clamping Points - to Securely Hold Workpiece Includes
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Dremel 220-01 Rotary Tool Work Station + Dremel 4486 MultiPro Keyless Chuck + Dremel 225-01 Flex Shaft Attachment
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Technical Details
Part Number 220
Item Weight0.2 ounces
Product Dimensions6 x 6 x 12 inches
OriginMade in USA or Imported
Item model number220-01
ColorSilver
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description1 Year Warranty
  
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Additional Information
ASINB00068P48O
Best Sellers Rank #385 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 2, 2003
  
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Ideal for crafts, hobbies, metal working, and a variety of around-the-house jobs, the 220-01 Dremel Work Station transforms any Dremel rotary tool into a tabletop drill press. It can be bolted on to your workbench, and it has the versatility to operate as a tool holder, flex shaft holder, and drill press. This rotary tool work station holds Dremel rotary tool models 4000, 3000, 400, 398, 395, 300, 285, 275, 200, 100, 8200, 800, 780, 770, and 7700 (tool not included).


The Dremel Work Station can be tilted in 15-degree increments. View larger.
All-In-One Operation
The Dremel Work Station gives you the flexibility to tackle hobbies, fix-it renovations, or special projects without having to invest in a variety of separate tools and attachments. Its stable, sturdy design lets you perform low-torque, high-speed jobs like drilling holes in metal to make earrings and bracelets, or sanding even the most detailed pieces of an architectural model. Measuring 56 square inches, and offering a drill depth of two inches, the sturdy, slotted base has four clamping points, while a rack and pinion feed lever ensures smooth, accurate operation.

Flexibility for Intricate Work
Whether you're buffing stones or sanding parts of a radio-controlled airplane, you'll appreciate that you can tilt the Dremel Work Station in 15-degree increments from 15 to 90 degrees horizontal -- perfect for more focused, intricate work. When you're grinding or polishing materials, the tool holder prevents slippage by keeping tools at 90 degrees, and the telescoping FlexShaft tool stand lets you adjust to any height between 16 and 29 inches. Once you've finished working for the day, place bits, collets, and wrenches in the tool caddy for easy clean-up and storage.

Easy Setup and Durable, User-Friendly Design
Easy to set up and operate, the Work Station features straightforward, durable construction. Clips keep messy cords from obscuring your visibility as you work, and inch and metric markings on the base allow for precise measurements and ensure that your adjustments are consistent, too. Compatible rotary tools attach and detach smoothly so you can polish, grind, or drill holes in stone, metal, or glass for rivets, eyelets, or cold connections of any sort.

What's in the Box
Work Station, accessory nest, mounting wrench, and instructions

This work station holds Dremel rotary tool models 100, 200, 275, 285, 300, 395, 595 and 850 (tool not included)

From the Manufacturer

This superb accessory turns your Dremel rotary tool into a drill press. Drill perpendicular and angled holes in 15-degree increments, up to 90 degrees horizontal. Inch and metric marking on base make for accurate drilling of workpieces. Depth markings with depth stop provide consistent depth adjustment, while the sturdy metal base with 4 clamping points holds workpieces securly in place. But the Work Station also functions as a holder for your rotary tool to allow you to perform numerous tasks--such as polishing metal objects, sanding different shapes and grinding metal pieces--with greater precision and less fatigue. Use it to as a stand for your rotary tool steady when working with the flex shaft. It allows telescopic adjustment to any height between 16 and 29 inches. It has on-board storage for drill bits, wrenches, and other Dremel accessories and cord management clips for safe storage of power cords. Includes: work station attachment with onboard "crow's nest" for accessory storage, mounting wrench and instructions

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very sturdy and well designed!!
JC-CV63
Tighten the press in vertical position (or other desired angle) with the plastic wing-nut behind the press.
TRA
The "drill press" function makes it much easier to make precision holes.
L. Rose

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

432 of 442 people found the following review helpful By L. F. Smith VINE VOICE on November 4, 2006
This is an excellent accessory for the already-versatile rotary tool. The trick to its use is to recognize the inherent limitation of all rotary tools.

They are high-speed, low-torque tools. The work is done in the same way that a dentist's drill works: Very light pressure lets the bit in effect shave away the material. As the manual says, you need to adjust the tool so the bit is very close to the workpiece, then slowly lower the bit into it.

This means you can't use the Dremel drill press the same way you would use a full-size drill press, where you can bear down on the lever and force the bit to dig into the work. If you try to use it that way, you'll get the "slop" that some other reviewers mention.

When it's used correctly-- and the manual makes it very clear how to do so-- this is a very good accessory to have.
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138 of 146 people found the following review helpful By J. Reichard on January 10, 2007
Dremels' work station for their rotary tool is a great little station. You are able to bolt it onto your workbench if you prefer. Some folks don't think you need to but I like to work with different jigs and such and need a very stable base, so I bolt mine. And along that line of thinking is the fact that you can tilt the tool anywhere from 15° to 90° which will help you when you want to turn it into a sanding and polishing tool for more intricate work.

It has a great little tool "caddy" which they like to call the "Crows nest" that you can store some of your more favorite bits. Or the way I use it is to place the bits and collets I'm going to use for whatever project that I'm working on at the time because I put all my bits and things up when done and cover the station to prevent dust build up.

The telescoping tool stand holds the tool when you are using the FlexShaft(tm). The base of the station has both metric and standard symbols as does the depth gauge.

All in all it's a great station for the rotary tool. But, the one little drawback that I've found in my working with it is that with other stations like this one, the others usually have a strap to clamp the upper portion of the tool securely to the tool stand. I find this helpful when drilling fine holes into decorative stones that I tumble and polish. Without that strap, using the the fine diamond drill bits will sometimes try to "travel" across the stone which will cause scratch marks. But, the great feel that the handle gives you allows me to prevent that by very delicately bringing the bit down to the stone in minute strokes until the bit has the hole started and then it's drilling as usual when using a fine diamond drill bit. That's why I give this station a 4 out of 5.
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178 of 197 people found the following review helpful By Elle on April 1, 2009
I bought this work station & a dremel to go with it to use as a PRECISION drill press for handcrafting jewellery. This was to accompany the Italian flex shaft I already own.

Intending to accurately drill holes in Sterling Silver & Gold, I have tried this many times now to no avail. There is too much movement in the work station to accurately do anything. And yes my Dremel work station is bolted to my work bench.

While the work station can be manipulated in many ways/heights & angles these adjustments become inaccurate upon tightening up the thumb screws to lock these positions in. There is so much movement in the tightening, that you never get close to what you were aiming for by the time it is secure enough to use.

As well as this the 'pull down leaver' is spongy and has side to side movement during the last centimetre or so of travel - no hole is ever drilled exactly in the planned position.

The spongy pull down leaver also has a spring return, which initially looked usefull - until you drill many holes in sequence, then it just becomes irritating having the leaver spring-back EVERY time.

Finally the changing of bits (I am using .8mm twist bits) is slow and cumbersome as you need to swing the drill to the side just to get enough room to manipulate the chuck release etc. The chuck release is hard to access as it is recessed back from the nose of the drill press (where the dremel screws into the drill press assembly)

Overall I was looking forward to having a micro-drill press when I bough these 2 items from Bunnings a few months back. Since then I have become frustrated with this clumsy product and wish I'd never bought it. Basically the tolerances are too wide and NOT for delicate metal work.
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263 of 299 people found the following review helpful By Farrell Farahbod on June 6, 2006
I purchased the 220-01 Workstation planning to use it as a drill press. After taking it out of the box, and assembling it per the instructions, I realized that it is horribly flexible, making it impossible to drill holes with ANY accuracy. I'm not that picky either -- I know that a $50 drill press/attachment will have its limitations, but even with the 1/8th inch drill bit, attempting to make a hole is impossible.

Trying to make a hole yields a disfigured slot. The tool holder will flex in one direction when you push down, and flex in the other direction when you pull back up. You end up with a disfigued slot that is of no use. It ruined a piece I was trying to work on.

The dremel tool itself is held tight ... It's the flimsy plastic tool holder that seems to have a lot of slop internally.

To make matters worse, the clamp that will let you rotate the tool holder 90 degrees (to use the dremel as a stationary sander, etc.) never locks tight, so if you aren't careful, the tool holder itself can rotate counter-clockwise.

This "workstation" is a waste of money if you plan to use it as a drill press, or want any sort of accuracy at all.
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