We love Dremel Tools. They are small, compact yet powerful tools that come handy in homes as well as workshops. Whether you are looking for tools that help in regular repairs or installations, carving wood, metal or glass, or even to build models, Dremel Tools can serve you. What makes Dremel an easy choice for artists and DIYers (apart from being small and compact) is that there are only a few of the actual tools but the number of bits these tools accept is huge. Hence, we decided to make the ultimate Dremel Bits guide to cover all the important Dremel Bits.
Are you into arts and crafts? Do you work on carving, molding, or other artistic stuff? Then chances are you already know about (and even own) Dremel Tools. The Dremel Multi Tool is a handheld power tool that is primarily intended for hobby, arts, and home improvement jobs.
The Dremel Multi Tool is actually a Rotary Tool that comes with numerous attachments and bits. With these bits, you can drill, sand, carve, grind, cut, and do many other tasks.
As they are compact and lightweight, hobbyists and artists use Dremel in their art studios, workbenches, and workshops. Particularly, the Dremel 3000 and 4000 Series of Rotary Tools are very popular.
Over the years, Dremel expanded from Rotary Tools to Saws, Cleaning Tools, Butane Torches, Oscillating Tools and many more. But whenever someone says “Dremel”, they usually refer to the Dremel Multi Tool or the Rotary Tool.
Dremel Bits Guide
The best thing about Dremel is that it truly justifies the term “Multi Tool” due to its huge support for a variety of Tool Bits and Accessories. Speaking of bits, let us now take a brief look at some popular Dremel Bits.
We will categorize this Dremel Bits Guide using the applications that these bits serve. This is just for easy understanding. It is difficult to include all bits in this Dremel Bits Guide. So, we are skipping some bits.
NOTE: There are multiple tables and each table is very lengthy with a lot of bits. We suggest you to use the table of contents at the top to easily navigate through different types of Dremel Bits.
The first set of bits are Dremel Carving Bits. You can use these high-speed bits for carving, cutting, and slotting in different types of material such as wood, plastic and soft metals (aluminum, copper, or brass).
Dremel Carving Bits are available in different shapes and sizes. Regular Carving Bits are made up of high-quality Stainless Steel. But there are even tougher bits with Tungsten Carbide and Titanium Nitride coated tip.