Model # 335-01

Internet #100609334

Dremel Plunge Router Rotary Tool Attachment
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Dremel

Plunge Router Rotary Tool Attachment

  • Attachment used with Dremel rotary tools (sold seperately)
  • Use to cut decorative edges, straight slots and more
  • Includes router attachment, edge guide, and circle cutting guide
$23.23 /each

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This Dremel Woodburning Tool offers a multipurpose tool for wood burning, soldering, hot knife cutting of Styrofoam and plastics, cutting and fusing rope. By simply switching tips, the tool can be used for wood burning, leather crafting, stencil cutting, soldering or hot-knife cutting of foam, plastics and rope. The tool comes with five interchangeable and replaceable tip designs and a tool stand for storage.

  • Makes your standard rotary tool a router
  • Ideal for inlay work, edges, signs, circles, etc.
  • Edge and circle guides provided
  • Includes 2 depth stops
  • Includes plunge router attachment, edge guide, circle cutting guide, mounting wrench, manual

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can this attachmet be used to prepare a wooden door for hinges

Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
Asked by: Hoosier
Most routers can do this job. Remember this tool uses smaller bits so the job may take longer, but it should be able to this. Most door hinge templates are made for standard sized routers. You will need to make your own templates for this one.
Answered by: TopCat
Date published: 2017-01-17

Can dremel cut a Formica?

Can dremel cut a Formica? And what kind of dremel & accessories does it needs?
Asked by: Ognir
To answer your question correctly, please call us and give us more information at 800-437-3635.
Answered by: TeamDremel
Date published: 2016-07-19

I have a Dremel MultiPro Variable Speed

MDL 395 - Will this Plunger Router Attachment work with my Dremel
Asked by: zworkman23
I disagree with fellow knowable and prompt too, dremel staff. I believe with a touch of DYI ness for you heavy hobbiest the cordless 12v ion 1.5ah (what the 3300? Or 3800? Whtever. Will fit perfectly inside this dremel made plunge rounter system. As a dremel lover for the past 20yrs I believed I've owned all your newest innovative product lines. From the mini mite cordless to the dremel micro lathe, dremel table saw, first hanging and flex pencil foredom like motors to a host of other side line creatations Tht have past thro with time. But in there own right, and majorly overlooked in today's market (professional speaking as a artist) the table saw 01 and 02 even the wards lathe was ahead of its time. Ppl where into hp and Psi when these products came into light. And to this day I still own both a mint table saw, mint flex shaft and motor w/ foot controlled speed, pen micro wood lathe and chisel set and every dremel rotary since they broke throw with VS units! I to this day use many dremel made parts and biproducts one being Tht of the EZ 4200 black edition (newest just EZ style chuck made dremel only without adding it as aftermarket). And yes in a 1/8th" too at Tht. The wheels have only gotten better and sanding and buffing more refine! Sure ok I'm not inlaying a $600 tradition handmade turbo green/blue curl abalone shell and grade A middle Eastern black pearl oster Tht looks nothing close to black! Reds and soft blues n greys! Even if i reamped the chuck to take in a custom 1/4" cullet or Jacobs style pinned chuck. It's too light, with battery and all. And power 30,000rpms? Sounds heavy right. But it's hp and Amps over how many turns a motor spins in a mins time. A PC 7819 only runs peak without load at 21000 rpm but I can shape a hard maple front door and window pane with that with one pass in a shaper. And it's dremel I thank whole heartedly for that lesson in tooling and in my come too profession and art medium today. Why I couldn't get Tht new table saw with 100 tooth blade or 24 tooth carbide tipped blade to cut more the 7/8" thick of American cherry wood. A 5/4 medium semi hardwood! Tht first drill press dremel made was barebones simple but set the standard in which all rotary and now ISO tools are made upon. 3D printers to $900 custom square shafted 1/3hp 5,000rpm vs t.tx foredom motor and 1/4" cullet n handpiece. The dremel work station is a new school gem Tht isn't being replicated elsewhere to my knowledge or I'd have it over metal micro R8 mill and lathe setup of repeaters. Sometimes it's takes tool knowledge and ok braking a warranty or two to come up with the tool you so need for whtever your needs are. But fair and far warning just because it works and will work, doesn't at all mean it will work for your desired application or pipe dreams of inlaying mini ant colonies as painted up n dressed north vs south solders "ants" inlayed in AZ desert ironwood!
Answered by: DeadmansHand
Date published: 2016-06-19

Do the plunger router and flat router do the same jobs. What is the difference? why would you chose one over the other?

Asked by: LC
The plunge router can be used with templates, and for routing something in the middle of a piece, something you can't easily do on the router table. You also see the side you're working on, which can make things easier. Anything inside the edge of the wood (grooves, dados), this is generally the best routing tool. Anything on the edge of the wood (rabbets, fillisters), the router table is generally the best routing tool. Anything not flat, the workstation/drill press is generally the best routing tool.
Answered by: arth
Date published: 2016-12-06
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Customer Reviews

Plunge Router Rotary Tool Attachment is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 29.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a very useful attachment for a Dremel rotary tool. It makes routing much easier, and the... This is a very useful attachment for a Dremel rotary tool. It makes routing much easier, and the fence allows you create grooves, dados/trenches, rabbets and fillisters (but beware of ripouts). The negatives is that the clear plastic is not very scratch resistant, and only a little use will cloud it up permanently. And because Dremel rotary tools don't allow locking the shaft from rotating, you cannot use it with chisel bits (hand routing) for things like cleaning out edges and corners. t's not a replacement for a real router, but very good for the price if you already have a Dremel tool.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This adapter makes it possible to route more intricate jobs for my grandchildren. This adapter makes it possible to route more intricate jobs for my grandchildren.
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Router Attachment for small detail construction I Use this for small box construction detail  This little tools works wonders I originaly owned the first generation router base  but when I upgraded my dremel I purchased this base. its a little large but the clear base makes it way easier to use. The on board tool storage is a bit of a issue and not really needed other than for when your store it away the construction is solid and easy to adjust  and the plunge feature is fawless. overall  its a great little tools for small jobs. as always just dont push the the tool just let it work at a comfortable speed and it will do a outstanding job that its big brother or a laminate trimmer  just cant do    
Date published: 2014-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than expected I was a bit torn about buying this based on some of the negative reviews here and elsewhere, but I'm glad I picked it up. The plunge function is definitely this accessories weakest aspect, but a bit of 3-in-1 oil on the guides and taking shallow passes has made it completely functional. The depth adjustment stays locked without too much tightening and the base is true with no flex. The edge guide works as it should. The depth gauge is a joke though, so measure with a real ruler. I have been using this for a few weeks on hard woods (African Blackwood, Oak, Birdseye Maple and others) along with some Dremel cutting bits and I couldn't be happier. I usually don't write reviews, but I just used a tiny router sled and this attachment to true up the face of some Maple. This is something I struggled with using my full sized router because the pieces are so small; this attachment actually made it enjoyable - the whole point of my hobby.
Date published: 2011-12-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not for precise work It's fine for general routing but if you need very specific depths or paths it's not for you. The depth setup system is mostly guesswork and the springs for the plunge are jerky. The plunge lock slips a little unless you lock down VERY tight which is annoying. Also there are no precise center line markings on the base which makes it very difficult to find where the center of the bit is going to be traveling - I had to mark my own with a sharpie. Again fine for general hobby work but I wish I had taken the $30 and put towards a real router instead of trying to make my Dremel something it's not.
Date published: 2009-09-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Compact but versital I wanted a small compact plunge router to cut keyhole openings in narrow picture frames that I am making and this unit provided me with everything I needed. It's size is perfect for use on smaller projects. I would highly recommend the 335-01
Date published: 2015-11-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from OK for the money. This accessory is very lightweight, not nearly as well made as the Dremel tool itself. It allows the tool to flex when you push it harder than it's (the plunge router base) designed for. I wish they would make it heavier duty, even if they had to double or triple the cost! This one is a good value, especially at the price my local store had on it - $21, approximately 1/3 off normal. Upon reflection, I think the plunge base that Stewart-McDonald, the guitar repair outfit, sells. It is mostly metal construction, while the Dremel brand unit is virtually all plastic. OK performance, great value.
Date published: 2011-11-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Makes Craft Woodworking a Breeze! I'm a new crafter and bought this to help sharpen/stabilize my routing for various designs I make in wood. (I was using the plunge cutting guide the Dremel 4000 came with.) This not only allows me to keep the drill level as I'm working, but I can see EVERYTHING because the base is clear acrylic. I only have a problem with the part of the base that you screw the drill into. It's plastic and immediately started stripping as I tightened it. Other than that, this has saved me a boatload of time and effort!
Date published: 2013-04-30
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