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Which rotary tool should I choose?

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If you do mostly heavy work with hard materials, then you're probably better off with the more powerful cut out tool. However, if you do small jobs or crafts, the more versatile basic rotary tool would probably be your first choice.

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

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Have a MODEL 572.610530 CRAFTSMAN ROTARY TOOL. TURNED ON UNIT AND BEFORE I STARTED USING IT, THE TOOL SHUT DOWN. I EVEN CHANGED OUTLETS TO MAKE SURE IT WASN'T THE OUTLET...IS THERE A WAY TO RESET TO...


Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly. First off you did not mention the age of this tool which would have been quite helpful in my response.

I looked up your parts here:
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Craftsman-Parts/Rotary-tool-Parts/Model-572610530/0247/0741520/10043672/00001?blt=06&prst=0&shdMod=572610530

You should inspect the brushes (item 11) for wear or broken springs. From what I can tell this particular model has been in the retail market place for at least 10 years. This would lead me to believe that the brushes are suspect. The brushes can be removed by unscrewing the opposing "screwdriver slotted" plastic caps on the outside of the tool and then carefully lift them out for inspection.
Use a flashlight and inspect the armature where the brushes come into contact. It should be shiny copper colored and not dark or black.

I also note that the switch has 5 speeds. Since it does not work on any speed... I doubt the switch has failed.

Detailed view:
http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/partsdirect/showSubComp.pd?imageUrl=http%3a%2f%2fc.searspartsdirect.com%2flis_png%2fPLDM%2f10043672-00001.png

Your manual:
http://www.managemylife.com/mmh/lis_pdf/OWNM/L0709185.pdf

If you have more questions after inspecting the brushes, feel free to respond anytime with those questions

Thanks for choosing FixYa,
Kelly

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HOW TO USE A DREMEL TO NOTCH A 4 X 4


Hello marty. Lay out the knotch in the post with a square and a pencil. Cut the lines to the proper depth with a saw and then use either the dremel tool or even a chisel and a hammer to remove the waste. Joe

Thanks for choosing Fixya!

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I have a rotary tool single speed chuck does not


Common issue with these, the plastic flex coupling is broken-
Replacement available for $2.57 from
http://www.searspartsdirect.com
Number: 2615294309
Category: Hardware and Tools
Weight: 0.18

Disassembly on my model involved the following:
Remove the four Torx screws on the body, then unscrew the front end cap at the front of the tool to expose two more screws. Separate the two halves of the body to see the brittle and broken yellow coupling.
Replace with the new white coupling and reassemble. Buy spare couplings as they don't seem to last all that long.

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I bought Chicago 80 p rotary set without instruction


Dude!!!!!! This is NOT a Chicago tool nor is it pneumatic! Chicago tools are air powered. This is a rotary tool. Looks like a very nice one at that. The world leader in rotary tools is Dremel. Although the tool you have is not a Dremel. I am going to direct you to their website as they have a great introduction to rotary tools, they explain how-to and give details on all of the attachments and what they are for. They are also explicit on safety and give detailed safety instruction. I personally have four different Dremel tools and hundreds of attachments, if you need any advice on any of things please feel free to contact me again. This will Fixya!
http://www.dremel.com/en-us/customerservice/gettingstarted/Pages/default.aspx

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Collet base removal


Try using a tapered wood screw or sheet metal screw as an extractor. Choose one of a size that will let its tip go down into the broken collet and get a grip when you twist it. If that fails, you might use a screw extraction tool.

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Rotary tools types


Rotary tools can be divided into two types— Cut Out Tools and Basic Rotary Tools. The biggest difference between the two is the size of their motors. Cut out tools usually have larger motors.

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Rotary tools Attachments


Flex Shaft, Sanding Disks, Polishing Pads, Metal Blades, Wire Brushes, Abrasive Brushes.

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