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clunk07 wrote:Okay, so I'm an adult, with a decent disposable income...
Dremel branded rotary tool, and Dremel branded hot glue gun.
On a budget - ozito rotary tool, and ozito hot glue gun.
You won't get the control out of a drill that you need, let alone the RPM needed.
Jaycar also have a good rotary tool:
And I've bought three of these accessory kits - not brilliant, but value for money:
clunk07 wrote:I was fairly fortunate in that I had a fairly well-stocked workshop before getting in to NERF. I had to buy a few Dremel attachments, and the hot glue gun, but that was about it really. I use a Makita LXT batt drill with a precision screw-driver attachment, but I had them as well.
I really want a bandsaw and a scroll saw, but that's more for home-mades than anything else...
dchil15 wrote:What about hot glue guns? I see nobody has commented on those.
Okay thanks, ill see what i can get when i get the chance.clunk07 wrote:dchil15 wrote:What about hot glue guns? I see nobody has commented on those.
My first post mate....
Dremel branded hot glue gun if you've got the coin. Spring-loaded bipod, dual temperature, work light, good quality, uses larger diameter glue sticks.
Ozito if you're on a budget. Best bet is to go to Bunning's/Mitre 10/Discount shop and see what you can find.
I've got an Ozito hot glue gun, but it only uses the smaller diameter glue sticks. Good for quick jobs.