In my continuing facination with Dremel attachements, I ran across this over the weekend: an attachment that converts your Dremel into a (very small) plunge router. Included in the package is a circle-cutting guide and an edge guide as well.
While I’d guess that most of you (like me) already have at least one router, I’d imagine that this would be appropriate for much smaller work than you’d even want to attack with a trim router. And not surprisingly, Dremel’s router attachment seems to have been designed with that kind of use in mind. Note the clear base, which would make it much easier to see what you’re doing in tight spaces.
Other features: a locking plunge assembly, a depth guide with English and metric markings, and two depth stops with quick release. This fits most modern Dremel models, including the 400, 398, 395, 300, 285, and 275.
Street pricing starts around $35. (We also found it via Amazon below for $24 right now.)