A: The Dremel SM510 Metal Wheel for our Dremel Saw-Max is recommended to cut soft metals. For further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-4-DREMEL (1-800-437-3635), Monday - Friday, 8A - 5P CST.
A: You can try it and yes you may go through a couple of them it did cut our inch and a half galvanized pipe it took a while and be careful cause the pipe will get hot
A: I use it to cut galvanized sheet metal for my barn roof the wheel will wear down we have used it to cut thick rebar but it takes a while
A: The Dremel SM510 Metal Blade is for cutting metal and can only be used on the Dremel SM20. For further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-437-3635, Monday - Friday, 8A-5P CST.
A: Yes, I used this cutting wheel and it made cutting easy no problem finishing the project I was working on
A: They spoil if left out. Keep them in the freezer to last longer. Kidding. Really, for the safety, bonded wheels have an expiration. They do not recommend using them beyond the date stamped on the wheel. That's what they say but it may also be a means of getting you to always buy more too.
A: For further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-437-3635, Monday - Friday, 8A-5P CST.
A: The Dremel SM510 Metal Wheel is designed and tested for our Dremel Saw-Max only. For further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-437-3635, Monday - Friday, 8A-5P CST.
A: It does fit, I use it with my Milwaukee 3 in cut off tool. You just have to use the 7/16 arbor adapter that is a standard accessory and comes with the 3 inch milwuakee cut off tool. I recommend the Norton blue fire circular 3 inch wheel, faster and cleaner cut, and the advantage of the norton wheel is that you use the 3/8 arbor standard Milwaukee adapter. I bought the norton blue fire blades at lowes.