Dremel’s XPR planer attachement screws on to the end of your standard Dremel rotary tool, converting it into a tiny planer, perfect for taking a little material off a sticky door or fixing a not-perfect cut in laminate.
It’s hard to see from the picture, but the cutting width is 2-1/4″ and there’s a cast-in 90-degree and 45-degree edge guide to help keep you cutting straight. Since the Dremel spins at speeds up to 35,000 RPM, I’d imagine this does a pretty good job of removing material.
I know Dremel has offered this product for years, but for some reason I didn’t come across it until today. I think I’m going to pick one up — I’ve found myself in situations where this could help numerous times. And at a street price of under $20, there’s nothing stopping me.