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Dremel 335-01 Plunge Router Attachment

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  • Plunge router attachment for Dremel rotary tool models 400, 398, 395, 300, 285, and 275
  • Quickly converts rotary tool to plunge router; plunge lock-in handle; 2 depth stops for rapid depth adjustments
  • Plastic and metal construction
  • Includes plunge router attachment, edge guide, circle cutting guide, mounting wrench, manual
  • 6 by 5-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
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Technical Details
Part Number 335
Item Weight2.2 pounds
Product Dimensions9.5 x 6 x 5.2 inches
OriginMade in USA
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Item model number5000335-01
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description1 year
  
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Additional Information
ASINB0000DEZK4
Best Sellers Rank #2,029 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 2, 2004
  
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Anyone who's ever used a router understands the satisfaction that a cleanly cut rabbet or mortise can give. But if you're working on small-scale projects, such as jewelry boxes or models, that monster three-horsepower fixed-base router with the 1/2-inch bit is simply overkill.

That's where the Dremel 335 comes in. This plunge-router adapter is meant to be used with the Dremel rotary tools (models 400, 398, 395, 300, 285, and 275), which accommodate 1/8-inch diameter bits. If you already own one of these tools, buying the attachment is a great way to get an instant router without having to shell out the extra forty or fifty bucks for a single-purpose machine (that may be too big for what you're doing anyway).

Assembling the attachment is simple: just remove the housing cap from your Dremel, reassemble the collet nut, then place the tool into the router attachment. The tool is secured in the attachment with a mounting nut and wrench (both included).

The attachment features two plunge depths, which are locked in via a rotary hand grip. Setting routing depth can be a little tricky: it's a good idea to practice on scrap until you get a feel for it. The clear base gives you good stability and lets you see exactly what you're doing, as does the narrow profile of the Dremel tool itself. The attachment also includes an adjustable edge guide that works very well.

If you're working on small projects are willing to experiment with the settings, this is the router for you.--Josh Dettweiler

What's in the Box
Plunge-router attachment, edge guide, circle cutting guide, mounting wrench, instructions

Product Description

DREMEL PLUNGE ROUTER ATTACHMENT *Converts Dremel rotary tool into mini plunge router *Easy-guide handles and convenient bit storage *Edge guide *Depth adjustment markings *Routes accurate circles *For Dremel models 245, 250, 270, 275, 280, 285, 370, 380, 395 *Features plunge lock-in handle *2 depth stops with quick release *Includes bushing guide set

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Customer Reviews

I love using this tool and the Dremel system.
Funman
I do a lot of solid guitar body work and this attachment works very well for the tremelo cavities.
J. Braun
You won't really be able to use it for plunge cuts, because the depth stop is totally useless.
James Whitaker

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88 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Timothy on August 30, 2006
Fine tool for "small delicate projects" mainly because the wing nuts used to tighten the guide bar (for straight and circular routing) are made of plastic with a metal screw. It is impossible to tighten them enough to keep the tool working straight. On a solid wood project the tool jumped around because of the way it loosely sits in the plastic base. Because of the vibration the screws that are meant to retain the depth of cut unscrew them selves, changing your settings unless you really lock them in place. Yes; for small delicate projects, but be ready for a lot of troubleshooting and make sure you practice on some scrap so you totally know what you are getting yourself into :)
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129 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Bad Habit on November 11, 2003
Dremel has really upgraded with this new plunge router attachment for the rotary tool. It fits all the usual corded tools and even the new Li-Ion cordless!
Great new features like: Plunge capability, clear base, bigger base, rotary tool mounting is very sturdy and rigid, depth stop, big edge guide that goes all the way to the bit.
The locking handle takes a little getting used to. Because it locks with one handle and plasic was used for the base there is a little flex back after locking. Plastic for the base to be clear is a benefit, but the plastic for the top plate was probably to save cost so they could price it closer to what the old router was. Anyway, when I really want to be accurate with my depth, I make sure to measure the distance from the bottom of the base to the bit with a metal scale. That way I know the depth is what I want. If it was all metal I'd give it a 5, but then the cost would probably keep me from buying it. It's great for the small router jobs I do(signs, door striker plate installation etc.) and I would recommend it!
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Steven Jenkins on January 20, 2007
I almost didn't buy this thing because of Frederick Jurewicz's review saying you have to completely remove the Dremel each time you need to change a bit. But I did end up buying it and now I don't know what that guy was talking about. You can easily remove and replace bits on the tool without having to detach everything.
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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By D. Welter on March 18, 2006
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Making a plunge cut is chancy without a base of this nature. A Dremel tool is a petite router great for delecate operations. The base on this attachment is as large as one used in 1/4hp routers, negating an asset.

The attachment points of the router to the base are close together near the bottom end of the router. It is easy to wiggle the tool even when screws are firmly tightened.

This is a useful concept; it can do what it is supposed to do, but is less than ideal.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Rod Melton on December 20, 2007
I really loved this product and used it for almost a year with my Dremel... I got a little over confident of it's abilities and used it for a routing project that should have used a "real" router... the based developed a stress crack and caused the dremel to wobble while cutting... I counsidered this a user error... but I think if I would have stuck to my smaller projects with this tool I would still have it... I know own the updated version... I would recomend this to anyone who is using it for "hobby" purposes...
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By David A. Watkins on July 16, 2010
Do not waste your money on this poorly made plunge router base. I found that the cheap plastic construction allowed the Dremel to wobble thus making accurate cuts, especially straight lines very dificult. When lowering the Dremel using the plunge feature, one side or the other will stick and cause the whole assembly to bind. I threw this base in the trash and bought Stewmac's metal router base that has an air blower accessary which is a great system. You can make clear plastic special purpose bases and attach them easily to the Stewmac. I build guitars so accuracy is important.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Interested Reader on July 2, 2008
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This is a great product for small applications. I am using it to route guitar cavities. Pickups, neck pocket, control cavity, etc. I can see what I am doing and can go slowly. Yes it takes more time than a huge router, but this works for me. It fits my dremel perfectly and you can see and have access to change the bit. I read another review that said you needed to remove the dremel to change the bit. That doesn't apply and is not correct unless the person had a mis match with the dremel. It specifies which dremels fit this rig. Be sure yours is on the list.
I love this thing. If you are doing small jobs try it. This is also the best price I found including ebay.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By L. F. Smith TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 6, 2008
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The Dremel plunge router base is a great accessory, but you have to recognize its limitations and live within them.

Rotary tools work at high speeds, but they produce low torque. This means they just won't chew through lots of hard materials very well-- or at all. The trick is to let the bit shave away the wood. This means routing in a series of passes, not all at once. When you use it this way, this plunge router base is a real winner. You can do decorative work with a Dremel freehand, but this base is the only way to achieve consistent depth in straight lines. With a little practice-- and some good luck-- it's even possible to "write" cursively with it on wood.

A real issue is the price of the bits. Dremel brand bits are very high quality, but they're also pricey. Brand X bits are cheaper, but they tend to wear out more quickly. Of course, this is an issue with all Dremel tools and accessories, not just this plunge base, but it is something to think about.

So, as is the case with all tools, you have to understand and live within its limitations. I'm very happy I bought this accessory, and I'd gladly do so again.
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