Homemade Rotary Tool Plunge Base



A plunge base that can be used with Dremel-type rotarytools. I made it with scrap pieces of HPL panel from a carpentry shop that makes furnishings for swimming pools.
I’ve also built an edge guide and a circle guide.

More info and Plans:
https://www.paoson.com/en/blog/homemade-dremel-plunge-base-n127

Where to obtain the tools that I’ve used:

HPL Panel: http://bit.ly/2kwgh4e
Portable Workshop Plans: http://bit.ly/2UuF7yo
Plunge Router Base Plans: http://bit.ly/2SOCYw1
Circular Saw and Accessories: http://bit.ly/2vvcLcj
Sliding Miter Saw: http://bit.ly/2Me6k75
Wet Dry Vacuum: http://bit.ly/2vRvzly
Spray Adhesive and Glue: http://bit.ly/2KGv17H
Clamps: http://bit.ly/2OW18n1

T-shirts and Stickers: http://bit.ly/2RMYDET

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22 thoughts on “Homemade Rotary Tool Plunge Base

  1. Thanks for the idea! Yesterday I saw a photo on Instagram and in the evening I created a similar 3D model in Fusion 360 for my tip. (photo-render posted on instagram). And today I’m watching your video on the creation of this necessary device. Thank you! I will do a similar milling attachment, only for my drill FOREDOM.

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