I love dremel tools!!!

Jacobchinarian

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It seems there is nothing these machines can't do. A month or two ago I brought a sandstone from a driveway and went to work on it. I successfully made a nice looking water bowl which is currently with my obt. Also since my p ornatas are only at Gatorade bottle cap size I wanted to make a water bowl instead of using an ugly bottle cap. I got my dremel and made another awesome water bowl my p ornata is currently drinking out of. I'll post some pics later but right now im on my phone and can't.
 

arachnophile223

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It seems there is nothing these machines can't do. A month or two ago I brought a sandstone from a driveway and went to work on it. I successfully made a nice looking water bowl which is currently with my obt. Also since my p ornatas are only at Gatorade bottle cap size I wanted to make a water bowl instead of using an ugly bottle cap. I got my dremel and made another awesome water bowl my p ornata is currently drinking out of. I'll post some pics later but right now im on my phone and can't.
awesome! i also 'recycle' rocks but not like that! btw, what's a dremel tool? do they recquire much skill to use or are they easy enough for me to get one for this sort of thing..'cause i have no skill with tools
 

SC Tarantulas

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Dremel tools are Great! I use mine for all sorts of things in my T enclosures. From cutting small branches or pieces of cork bark to smoothing edges of rocks before putting them in the enclosure. I may have to try making a water dish like that cause like you I hate the bottle cap look.
 

Jacobchinarian

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awesome! i also 'recycle' rocks but not like that! btw, what's a dremel tool? do they recquire much skill to use or are they easy enough for me to get one for this sort of thing..'cause i have no skill with tools
Definitely get one. They are very easy to learn to use and I use mine every day. But to answer your question they are a drill you hold like a pencil and you can attach a different drill bit for different needs. Like they have a diamond bit for brick (or sandstone) or a sanding bit for well sanding.
 

Jacobchinarian

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Before anyone makes anything out of rock please put on a dust mask. The dust powder in the air really builds up quick.
 

Dreadz

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Wow :eek: those look amazing! Looks better than the water bowls at the LPS. Hmmmm :rolleyes: wonder how a hide made with a Dremel would look?
 

SarahAntula

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It seems there is nothing these machines can't do. A month or two ago I brought a sandstone from a driveway and went to work on it. I successfully made a nice looking water bowl which is currently with my obt. Also since my p ornatas are only at Gatorade bottle cap size I wanted to make a water bowl instead of using an ugly bottle cap. I got my dremel and made another awesome water bowl my p ornata is currently drinking out of. I'll post some pics later but right now im on my phone and can't.

WOW looks great!!
you may be on to something here!
I will be looking for these for sale in the for sale/trade/want to buy section.;):D:clap::clap::clap::clap:
 

Jacobchinarian

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The only problem is you need to buy another bit after one or two bowls because the powder that makes them cut gets all worn off.
 
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