220v spindle?

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  • #16491
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    Karl Hagström
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    What rotary tool should I buy if i’m not living in the US?
    Can’t find anything in the same price range as the dw660…
    /Kalle

    #16493
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    Ryan
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    Nothing in that price range that I know of. I think you should go with a kress or aliexpress spindle.

    #16526
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    Karl Hagström
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    Thanks for quick response!
    I finally found a Makita rip-off named Katsu that I ordered… Link to amazone

    too bad it doesn’t take 1/8″ mills, but these 1/4 to 1/8″ adapters might work!?
    Seems kind of hard to find end mills on ebay for 1/4″
    /Kalle

    #16530
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    Ryan
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    That is a pretty big router, it will stand off the machine pretty far reducing rigidity a bit, but other use it. The adapter is hit or miss if you bits don’t clamp tight enough or you router shakes/vibrates real bad you know you got a bad adapter.

    #18818
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    JJM
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    This is the perfect router if you live near Germany / The Netherlands
    https://www.damencnc.com/nl/frees-motoren/kress-frees-motoren

    #18831
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    Markus Hauser
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    I use a makita 3700, works great, except one thing. The blower of the spindle exits on the tool side and blows all dust away, need to get a working dustshoe. However, air cooling is not too bad for some materials 🙂

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