The original Dremel Moto-Tool, introduced in 1935, was perhaps Albert J. Dremel’s greatest invention. As the predecessor to today’s rotary tools, it was advertised as “The pocket-sized machine shop” and boasted a compact and lightweight design.
Today, Dremel’s hand held rotary tools feature high speeds and low torque for a variety of applications and are especially suitable for areas where precision and control are desired. With over 150 accessories and attachments available, Dremel’s rotary tool is one of the most versatile tools a consumer can own.
With more than 17 million rotary tools and counting in use today, the rotary tool has truly stood the test of time. In addition to the rotary tool, Dremel also offers oscillating Multi-Max tools, the Dremel Trio tool for cutting, sanding and routing, and saws such as the Saw-Max, a hand held saw able to cut through a wide variety of materials and the Moto-Saw, a 2-in-1 bench top and hand held saw ideal for making precision cuts.