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Milescraft RotoFlex Rotary Tool Attachment


RotoFlex Rotary Tool Attachment

$1999 /each
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Product Overview

The Milescraft RotoFlex Rotary Tool Accessory is a flexible shaft with a 5 in. bend radius that allows you to get around corners and into tight spaces. The comfortable grip allows access to tight places and enables detail work while keeping your rotary tool out of the way. This shaft works with any rotary tool and its integrated shaft lock allows for easy exchanging of bits and accessories.

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  • No adapters required, universal shaft connects to chuck
  • Comfort grip handle for fingertip control
  • 3 ball bearing sets provide long-lasting and smooth operation
  • 36 in. flexible shaft to reach tight spots
  • 5 in. bend radius offers more flexibility
  • Integrated shaft lock for easy accessory change
  • Accepts up to 1/8 in. shank accessories

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Customer Questions & Answers

Will this roto flex fit on a Chicago rotary tool ?

Will this roto flex fit on a Chicago rotary tool ?
Asked by: FOX

My rotoflex wont work i think something is missing can you tell me what and why

My rotoflex wont work i think something is missing. Can u tell me why
Asked by: Daddysbooza
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Customer Reviews

RotoFlex Rotary Tool Attachment is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice accessory I use this with my Black & Decker rotary tool to drill glass, pottery and ceramics. I also attach a 1/8 shank grinding stone for use on the same medias. No problems so far (-:
Date published: 2011-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THIS EQUIPMENT EASILY FASTENED TO MY HAND TOOL. I was in the middle of making a chess set when I burned out something in my hand adapter. This product fastened to my grinding tool and took right up where I left off. Thank you.
Date published: 2011-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Works well, for a short time. Get a real Dremel brand flex attachment instead. I went through 2 of these in 2 years. First one was a warranty replacement, broke after about 5 uses. Second one lasted about a dozen uses. I used them mostly on stereo and lighting projects, mainly plastics. I have used them to grind thin metal brackets a couple of times. So, I can't say I put them through heavy use. I went back to using my Dremel flex attachment. I've had it for 5 or 6 years and has gone through much more use. I just don't like the Dremel flex because it has a larger handle and the collet lock is a button that I always accidentally press while running. It's a nice, small size. I like that to lock the collet, you pull back on the grip instead of holding a button. I just wish they had used a better cable inside, as it's the cable that keeps breaking. Their warranty statement says it has a 3yr warranty, but Milescraft will tell you it's 2 years because it somehow falls under drilling attachment category and they call the failure "normal wear and tear".
Date published: 2014-04-12
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