Dremel 678-01 Circle Cutter & Straight Edge Guide

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Dremel 678-01 Circle Cutter & Straight Edge Guide
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Product Description

The innovative Dremel Circle Cutter Attachment 678-01 is the simple way to cut circular holes in many types of materials. It attaches easily to the Dremel High-Speed Rotary Tool. This convenient and functional tool can make circles from 3/4" to 12" in size. This tool features a depth adjustment that allows easy setting of the correct cutting depth as well as a straight edge guide that allows routing or cutting in a straight line. The Dremel cutter makes an excellent addition to any tool kit.

  • Makes circles from 3/4" -12" (1.9-30 cm)
  • Precision stamped steel construction for accuracy and durability
  • Attaches quickly and easily without tools
  • Depth adjustment allows easy setting of the correct cutting depth
  • Straight Edge Guide allows routing or cutting in a straight line

Product Details

Brand Dremel Model Number 678-01
UPC 080596025083 Color Black, SilverBlack
Pre Order False Parent Item Id 28508940

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Average Customer Rating: 3.867       Customer Review Count: 15      
Reviewer: NaParent
Overall: 5
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

Variable Hole Saw!

Absolutely no regret about buying this. Cut the 2 3/8" hole very precisely in 1/4" plastic of rain barrel. Next project, cut hole in ceiling and move kitchen light over by a foot. Glad I don't have to buy any hole saw of other sizes at all.
Reviewer: Pete K
Overall: 5
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

Works for OK for sheetrock cutouts

One of these came in a kit I bought and I used it to cut out round holes in sheetrock for ceiling-mount smoke alarms a few years ago. It worked fine, although I got a bit of dust in my face.
Reviewer: ByteGuyPa
Overall: 4
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

Dremel Circle Cutter Attachment

This attachment worked fine. Hardest part is making sure you are centered otherwise your hole will be off. You can't go fast as the bit is thin and not made to cut quickly. Oh, and need I say it, have a vacuum on as this will create a some dust.
Reviewer: Conan
Overall: 4
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

Works a treat

I used this tool to cut holes for cooling intake and exhaust fans (80mm usb) The cabinet was a light steel ikea bathroom cabinet and although the rotary tool got quite hot it made a nice job. I would definitely recommend working clockwise at full speed, regulating the pressure to maintain a steady cut rate.
Reviewer: Workinmanjackofall
Overall: 4
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

Useful attachment

Only used once for cutting medium/light metal. Seemed to work ok. The cutting bit I used clogged quickly with the soft metal therefore it's hard to rate from just one use. Designed well... Can be adjusted in depth and diameter of cut(3/4 inch to 12 in)
Reviewer: chris
Overall: 4
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

great tool

I build hight power model  rockets in the 4-8" range and use the tool to cut rings and bulk heads . much cheaper to do it your self . little hard to use sometimes . just have to go slow 
Reviewer: JM Hauser
Overall: 4
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

A good product when used sensibly

I bought this tool to cut app. 2-inch to 12-inch arcs and circles in quarter-inch acrylic. I started cutting with the 561 Multipurpose cutting bit that came with the kit. Trying to make a single cut proved impossible, as the bit chattered too much. But by backing off and making 3-4 passes of increasing depth, I ended up with clean cuts. A router bit may also work better. Acrylic is not like wood, it has a tendency to melt and gum up the works if you push it too hard, so you have to be slow and careful. But I am very satisfied with the results.
Reviewer: drafterdude
Overall: 3
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

It is hard to make clean cuts with.

Better than freehand cuts.
Reviewer: Pat123
Overall: 1
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

Worked great FOR 60 SECONDS

When i found this item i thought it was perfect for the job i needed to do. I was looking for something to cut a perfect 7 5/16 hole in some MDF, i bought the 4200-6/40 kit and had to return it because this attachment melted on the threads of the tool. when i tried to slowly turn it off the threads broke off the tool. i decided to give it another shot thinking i maybe went to fast, got another kit tuned it down, took my time and tried again. this time i got half way done the hole when i noticed something looked off. I took the attachment off to find it deformed and without threads.
Reviewer: MyLongerNickname
Overall: 1
1/1/0001 12:00:00 AM

OK I suppose

It was ok, but it is a shame it was twice the price of the same thing at Home Depot