Bowen writes: “This add-on turns your Dremel into a stationary tool with adjustable angle and plunge facilities, cable management, and quite a bit of storage for Dremel attachments. I recently bought one to go with my 300 Series Dremel, and it’s opened up a world of new possibilities. I can drill a lot more precisely. The adjustable angle and stable platform makes long periods of polishing or grinding a breeze and allows more precise cuts with Dremel’s cutting wheels as well. Moving the part around the wheel (instead of visa-versa) eliminates a lot of the flex and fragility issues with the basic cutting discs.”
Street pricing starts around $40, which isn’t a bad deal when you consider that this converts your rotary tool into a pretty effective micro-drill-press complete with measuring marks.