On the revered art of shaping and ding repair.
Mar 23 10, 11:28 am
Hay all you do it at home ding repair guys
I am in progress of repairing ghost fish as one of the future boxs got smashed in the foam.
I took my mulity master out and cutthe glass along the box and it worked so well..
sanding shall be ease to with it and the proper paper..
Mar 23 10, 11:32 am
Is this sort of MultiMaster
what you’re talking about, sol? That does look pretty sweet.
For cuts, clearing out gouges, and such I just bust out my trusty Dremel
and for sanding, just regular sandpapre and elbow greese.
Mar 23 10, 11:41 am
Yes , Rob thats the tool mine is by chagaco tools and under 50 bucks at harbor freight.
much easer to cut into the foam and follow the box than my dremall but i still used my dremall on the top and bottom of box as its 1/2 rounded..
bot that ghost keeps me working on hs boards hahaha i think there is a nose repair next..
Mar 24 10, 10:06 am
I can see where the multitool would be very handy but geez they are expensive.
Mar 24 10, 10:18 am
Yeah, the Fein version is expensive. But it's an amazing tool. But if you're not going to be using it every day and abusing it, you won't see any difference between that one and the Dremel brand MultiMax. It's the exact same thing as the Fein, just made by Dremel, and it doesn't come with as many attachments. And the nice thing about it is it's only $100. And as Sol said, they also have a Chicago version that they sell at Harbor Freight.
I set up the product demo at work (Home Depot) for the Multimax a while back and I've played with it a bunch. It really is neat. It really shines on flush cuts and grout removal, and I'm really liking the sanding attachment too.
I can definitely see how it could come in handy in ding repair :)
Mar 24 10, 10:43 am
Rat Fink wrote:I can see where the multitool would be very handy but geez they are expensive.
Holy crap I didn’t even notice the price. Is that a typo?? This thing better make my coffee too lols.
Mar 24 10, 10:53 am
i do most my repairs with a dremel and a mouse sander. So this is pretty much a dremel/sander in 1? I got so many tools do I reallly need another one, hahaha
. +1 for chicago tools. Some decent tools for the freakishly low prices they have on there.
Mar 24 10, 11:06 am
well the tool has varus ends to put on it. you have one for cutting pvs also drywall also one for scraping and one for wood cuts then you have a rasp for grinding also a triangle sanding . I use ot aot for cutint molding out also for removing tile
Mar 24 10, 1:21 pm
Harbour Freight has them for $39.95 now! Thats a good price!
Mar 24 10, 3:07 pm
ya I spent a little more there for mine as it came in a case also with a few tips and two boxs to keep them in ...
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