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Milescraft 1000 Plunger turns your Rotary Tool into a plunge router

3.8 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews
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  • Milescraft Plunger converts most rotary tools into a plunge router, including Dremel, Black and Decker, and Craftsman models
  • The plunger automatically locks on its way down and features edge and circle guide allow accurate parallel and circle cuts
  • Features easy-grip handles for comfort while working
  • Includes a clear TurnLock base for optimal visibility
  • The integrated vacuum tube allows Plunger to work virtually free from woodchips
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Product Description

Product Description

Plunger for Dremel or other rotary tools. Converts your rotary tool into a mini plunge router. 3 post design plunge feature. Clear base for TurnLock bushings. Auto lock when pushing down. Adjustable scale with depth stop. Integrated vacuum system. Edge and circle guide.

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The Milescraft Rotary Tool Plunge Attachment converts your rotary tool into a mini plunge router. It features an integrated vacuum system, easy-grip handles for comfort while working, and a clear TurnLock base for optimal visibility. This attachment is made with sturdy construction, including steel posts, locking depth stop and a one-touch release. Ideal for use with Milescraft's Model 1204 Spirocrafter, this attachment fits most rotary tools including Dremel, Black and Decker and Craftsman. A circle and edge guide are included for miniature edging and dados.

What's in the Box
Milescraft Rotary Tool Plunge Attachment, steel edge and circle guide.


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Technical Details

Part Number 1000
Item Weight 10.6 ounces
Product Dimensions 9.2 x 5.6 x 0.2 inches
Item model number 1000
Color Black
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description Yes

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Additional Information

ASIN B0001GL08E
Customer Reviews
3.8 out of 5 stars 21 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #335,824 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#321 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Rotary Tools
#36,691 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tool Parts & Accessories
Shipping Weight 2 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First Available January 28, 2004

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This router attachment for Dremel is very poorly made. The plastic flexes a lot. The three pole design doesn't really add any stability because the material is so flimsy. The height adjustment is simply a plastic bar which offers no accuracy at all. Bottom line, this item so cheaply made that it's almost unusable. The 'real' Dremel 335 router attachment is a way better product then this Milescraft knock off with only couple dollars more. I've returned this attachment and got a real Dremel one.
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The cheap plastic make up ruins the whole product, I've seen toys made better - flimsy, wobbles and flexes way too much - attaching a vac was a good idea, but lightweight cheapness makes that VERY impractical, the pull of a vac hose adds imbalance to an already shaky job. Not really trustworthy for accuracy - not really a good view of your work. It needs a HEAVY base, far better depth set, once the rotary tool is screwed on it's hard to get to the on switch. The plunger action is ridiculously unsmooth and unbalanced. If doing fine trim, engraving or inlay work this is not the base to use. If needing a router base for "ridiculously" fine work get a base from StewMac.com (Dremel 4000) - use a trim router for smaller jobs.
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I'll start by saying "you get what you pay for". Except for a few parts, it's totally made of plastic, so the depth gauge didn't stay secured. As a result, I got uneven depth routes. The screws on the bottom of the three metal posts vibrated loose mid route. You can't tighten them without fear of cracking the plastic base (which I did -- and I didn't over tighten either). Once the base cracked at the screws, it's done. It's on it's way to recycling! Great idea, but bad design.
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The unit itself is well built, solid and strong, however the plunge locking mechanism is junk. Locks poorly and uneven. There are two springs which provide the tension for the plunge action. Only one of the springs is locked in place. The other spring pushes up on the unit and causes the unit to tilt. The thumb activated locking lever is also poorly designed. I am a router enthusiast. I constantly buy, trade and sell routers. I know much about them. Trust me, do not buy this plunge base. Milescraft needs to re-examine this design.
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cheap plastic, cheap hardware and dysfunctional, horrible adjustment that is if you are lucky to get it where you wanted. I through it away and made my own out of MDF and threaded studs. don;t waist your money.
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Works well as a freehand plunge router but lacks a few features that makes me want to buy the higher end version. Variable plunge works but side ruler is innacurate because of slop in the pedestal. Slop in pedestal causes uneven stance if not at full up/down position. Lack of markings and precise stops on the fence of the router (the part you have on the outside to follow along the board for a long straight cut) causes issues when trying to do said cut.

A good "quickie" tool for short jobs
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One of my mentors at woodcarving club recommended this and it is everything he said it would be. I am working on a celtic dragon relief and have been having some problems removing the background evenly. This does great and hooking it up to my Dirt Devil while a work means I don't have sawdust blocking my work or getting all over my hobby room.
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I bought a "Dremel" version and the locking handle wore out in less than a week. The plunge lock is more simple and easier to use, although it is too easy to hit with your thumb. This also has a vacuum hook up - something the "Dremel" brand does not have.
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