Etching Glass with a Dremel Rotary Tool



See how to etch glass with a Dremel rotary tool.

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13 Responses to Etching Glass with a Dremel Rotary Tool

  1. nomorejournos says:

    thanks! informational semi-roboticly voiced lady!?

  2. gurvir44 says:

    Do i have to use tungsten tips? How about the one included in the dremel 300 series? cut. (engraver)

  3. 1lupus says:

    The announcer needs to clean up her grammar. She said? rpms which would be “Revolutions per minutes”, which is nonsensical. RPM is correct. This is similar to people who call an ATM a ATM Machine. Which of course translates as “Automated Teller Machine Machine”.

  4. jltc008 says:

    Yeah, it’s also annoying when people don’t know how to use articles. For example, if someone were to say “a? ATM Machine” instead of “an ATM Machine.”

  5. mirage2471 says:

    Is it safe to etch glass in my home? I’ve got a? dog and some other people and I’m concerned about glass dust.

  6. Dremel410 says:

    It should be fine. However, it wouldn’t hurt to do the? project outside if you’re concerned about it.

  7. ElectricArms says:

    Fail.?

  8. bankowo1 says:

    It’s called pleonasm.?

  9. joysofglass says:

    But it doesn’t actually show me how to do it only what to buy. Will find someone with a less? irritating voice to show me how to hold the tool to do the etching rather than just telling me it needs practice !

  10. Jason Fish says:

    Completely useless. Ridiculous that company like Dremel has such lame instructional? videos. Especially when better tools at better price emerging. Added value in support should be obvious. I’m at my tipping point to go to other brands.

  11. Ken1Oath says:

    Except saying? “ATM Machine” is like saying Automatic Teller Machine machine…. what does ATM stand for do you think?

  12. silverfd says:

    I wouldn’t do it if you have animals and young children in the house. just do it? outside or do it in a vacuum box which will suck up all the residue.

  13. missiramey says:

    I am a beginner and I have a lot of bits and such, how can I tell if I already have the? bits needed, as I noticed they were identified with numbers at the beginning of this video.

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