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Marathon High-Speed Rotary Tool - 35,000 RPM

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Rotary Power Tool for Finishing, Details and Carving - the Marathon Micromotor, K-35 Cube Rotary Power Tool (Tool Only)

Great for power carving!  Great for adding details and for finishing off scroll saw pieces (see Steve Good's Scroll Saw Workshop Post as an example)  Also great for drilling pilot holes.

This versatile tool has a maximum speed of 35,000 rpms, the Marathon K-35 Micromotor gets you started power carving with a low initial investment. The light, comfortable handpiece connects to the power supply/speed control unit with an extremely flexible 6'-long self-coiling cord. Equipped with a 1/8"-diameter collet, you can change most common bits with a twist of your wrist. To use bits with a 3/32"-diameter shaft, slip in the reducing sleeve and insert the bit as normal. Includes a reverse function.

Instead of fighting a cumbersome flexible shaft, or scorching your hands using an inexpensive rotary tool, carve, grind, cut, shape, sand, and de-fuzz in complete comfort. The unit features 3.2Ncm of torque and one of the quietest motors on the market.

Videos! Using the Micromotor to Add Details and to Remove Fuzzies from a Scroll Saw piece.

   

  • The sleek, versatile, compact design of these micromotors make them easy to use and economical.
  • Small footprint, but offer speeds up to 35,000 RPM and 3.2 Ncm of torque.
  • Features a fixed foot pedal, built-in handpiece holder, and bur holders on top for easy access bur storage. 
  • Standard size collet: 3/32" (2.35 mm)

 Scroll down for some products to go with this rotary hand tool.

SpecificationsMaximum speed: 35,000 rpms Extremely flexible 6'-long self-coiling cord. Equipped with a 1/8"-diameter collet, you can change most common bits with a twist of your wrist. To use bits with a 3/32"-diameter shaft, slip in the reducing sleeve and insert the bit as normal.
How to Use

Videos! Using the Rotary Tool

   


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