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Why not just use a 4 - 4.5 inch angle grinders... the blades would be a heck of a lot cheaper.

Also, at 3/32 it shouldn't be difficult to make a square cut with a grinders.

Those Dremel tools really aren't deigned for heavy use... ask me how I know. :eek:
 

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The Rockwell VersaCut is a much better realization of that concept. I have one that was given to me and at first didn't think ib would have a use for it, but it's become pretty handy for light duty use. I use it for plank replacements and underlayment duty. It has decent dust control when used with a vacuum and pretty good power for material up to 3/4". I'd buy another one if mine quit on me.
 

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I've had one literally melt in my hand, stick to my gloves and drip its melted rubber grip on the bottom of a new sink base. They're junk.

How much is the grinder going to be used? not often a ryboi... might get it done, if its going to be a heavy use get a Makita.
Thanks for the info.
 
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