Hi Havac, This has a 1/8" collet so the shank should be 1/8" also. Thanks for asking. Greg
it depends on what you want to do with the tool Dremel is more compact but the job max is a more versitle tool and runs on batteries I actually own both and I like the jobmax tool better
I use mine with all my Dremel bits with no problem. I think it's one of this tools greatest features.
I did. They have great tracer tips.
Not with the Drywall cutting bit as shown. It does come with small Cut Off discs that would cut a thin pipe as you describe, you might be able to just use a pipe cutter that has the thin blade wheel. But this will cut a small thin Pipe using the cut off discs. ,
Here are photos of the JobMax Rotary Head with the 1/4" RotoZip bit.
cuts wood very well up to about 2 inches thick !
Swing the lever down to release depth of cut guard.One end has wrench to hold collet nut and depress shaft lock button on attachment to hold shaft still.
Not with the high speed cutter that comes with it.
It’ll replace the Rotozip for sure and in a pinch will work as a standard rotary tool but it lacks finesse to totally replace the Dremel tool. Torque and RPM are not an issue.