|Cast Iron Crosses with and without nails and Rotary Tool|
- Houston, Texas, United States
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Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Old New Toy
I asked Hubby and my Brother how I could cut a nail off the back of some cast iron crosses. After studying the crossing they were stumped as to how I could cut the nail and leave a smooth back. They said I needed a small saw or drill which they did not have. That's when the light bulb lit in my head. I remembered that I had a Dremel that could probably do the job. The Dremel is a small rotary electric tool used for carving, engraving, routing, grinding, sharpening, cutting, cleaning, polishing and sanding. Now my problem was learning how to use it. You see, when I bought the Dremel three years ago, the Quick Start Book did not make any sense. I did not understand the directions on how to use it. So the Dremel with Case was stored in the tool shed until now. I stayed up all night reading and re-reading the directions. Looking at pictures and reading over and over again. Finally a small screw in a picture caught my eye. It finally made sense. So, here's the picture of the Dremel and some crosses with and without the nail. I love this Dremel, it is my old, new toy.
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