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Hi does anyone in Zürich have a dremel hand tool plus bit for shaving down wood that I could borrow for a few hours?

Would greatly appreciate it!
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Old 08.12.2018, 11:01
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Hi does anyone in Zürich have a dremel hand tool plus bit for shaving down wood that I could borrow for a few hours?

Would greatly appreciate it!
Should have mentioned it the other day, as I am in Zurich for the weekend, but my Dremel is home in Ticino!

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Re: Dremel to borrow? ZH

Do you just need a sanding drum on it? Or something different? I have a 120V Dremel-like you can borrow for a few weeks (don't need it over the holidays), but my transformer is giant so you'd need your own transforer. Just PM me if you want it.
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Re: Dremel to borrow? ZH

Also have a look at sharely.ch
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I have a 120V Dremel
I gave away my 240V Dremel when I bought a cordless, one of the best tools I ever bought (and on sale at 50% off as well)!

For the little is costs, just buy one!

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Should have mentioned it the other day, as I am in Zurich for the weekend, but my Dremel is home in Ticino!

Tom
Oh, that's too bad! Thanks anyway!

Where did you buy yours?
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Do you just need a sanding drum on it? Or something different? I have a 120V Dremel-like you can borrow for a few weeks (don't need it over the holidays), but my transformer is giant so you'd need your own transforer. Just PM me if you want it.
Thanks so much! I think a sanding drum would work I just need to make a few mm groove in some wood. But I don't have a transformer ours blew out. I'll get back to you if I can find one.
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