yes. I use it on my 2 danes, a coonie, and a border collie-aussie mix. They are all rescues so I'm not sure of their prior experiences, but they do not mind the nail trimming with this tool. (They did not like to be clipped and filed.) It is a bit nosier than the 7300. The selection of heads makes it easy to get to the smaller places/angles on the claw and trim/buff the finish after taking down the length. I suggest safety glasses and nose mask as there is a lot of dust and partiicles "flying". If you are not experienced, you might want to start with the 7300. It can also handle all 4 dogs on one charge.
This type of rotary tool is more of an application for wood or thin metal. It is possible with the right tip to make a hole in beach/sea glass on a corded rotary tool, but battery rotary tools tend to provide less torque. Depending on the thickness of your glass you may want to look at doing the job corded rather than cordless. As far as the bit goes, no this rotary tool comes more with shaping bits rather than drill bits.
This is a cordless Dremel. Comes with a chargeable battery ! Just great!
yes wear proper eye protection
Yes as my son has cut thru small trim pcs of wood. He has also sharpened the Kitchen knifes and scissors or me.
it depends on the tool and kit
i don't believe it will i never done glass though but you never knowuntil you try but be careful it,s glass us a fine compound for polishing
The Dremel 7700 can cut metal, but it doesn't have the speed required for harder metal. We suggest using a variable speed tool. If you have any other questions or concerns, feel free to email us or call our Dremel Customer Service at 1-800-437-3635, Monday - Friday, 8am to 5pm CST.
Use the fine drum sander. I use it on my dogs nails and at times, my own toe nails.