Dremel 750W Corded F013SM20KB Cutting Wheel

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This Dremel F013SM20KB corded; black and grey; 750W cutting wheel. It's ideal for use with wood, metal, tile, plastic and masonry, and has a reciprocating cutting action. It's suitable for straight, plunge and flush cuts in wood, metal, tile, plastic and masonry; having a no load speed of 17000rpm, and a maximum cutting capacity of 20mm on steel. It requires an allen key for blade changes.

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  • Includes 1 x multipurpose carbide wheel, 3 x metal and plastic cutting wheels, 1 x vacuum cleaner attachment, 1 x straight edge guide, 2 x 4 cutting guides and 1 x welcome DVD

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Technical specification of Dremel 750W Corded F013SM20KB Cutting Wheel
Brand Dremel
Colour group Black
Power output 750W
Blade change Requires an allen key for blade changes
No load speed 17000rpm
Cutting motion Reciprocating cutting action
Blade type Cutting wheel
Cutting depth 20mm
Model F013SM20KB

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