2019-01-19 (Sa) Hackaday Summary

Lathe's Tool Holder Holds a Rotary Tool
Each tool has at least one purpose but combining tools can turn out some neat tricks. A rotary tool, also called a Dremel by its genericized name, is splendid for handheld cutting, grinding, sawing, sanding and more and even some fixed-machine uses like a high-speed drill press. Connecting one to a mini lathe with a solid mount should turn out some nifty parts, and that's what we got to see in this video.

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