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With this mobile tool workcenter, you can keep your Dremel (or other mini rotary tool) close at hand, along with accessories, work space, and extra storage. You can even sketch out ideas on a whiteboard on the box’s lid. The website mentions an “integrated vacuum hose port” but doesn’t provide much information about it — it looks like the unoccupied bench-dog holes might function as a downdraft table for dust control. Do any of you Milescraft MobileX1 workcenter owners care to fill us in on the details?

MSRP on this little beauty is $75, and street pricing is a pretty uniform $60, but I ran across it at All Electronics for $45, with shipping in the $7 range.

Milescraft Portable Hobbyist’s Workcenter [Digimode10]
Rotary Tool Workcenter [All Electronics]
Via Amazon [What’s This?] (B000KIASXG) [What’s This?]

 

5 Responses to Milescraft Mobile Tool Workcenter

  1. Rally9x says:

    The Amazon site has more pictures and you can see their is a port in the back that you could plug a vacuum hose into. It also looks like you can break the workcenter in two if you want to use just the work surface. I hope someone has some reviews on this item since it looks very interesting to me.

  2. Stuart Deutsch says:

    My local Lowes had a Kobalt version of this collecting dust for about a year now. The price has been dropping gradually, but even at $30, I just couldn’t justify buying one.

    For the price, most people would be much better off with a mobile work surface such as a Black & Decker Workmate.

  3. David Moisan says:

    Can it withstand solder?

  4. Andy says:

    Hi do you know if there is something like this available in the UK, or what postage cost to uk would be

  5. Suzanne says:

    How do you use this workstation? I can’t find a instruction manual. I have one, what all can you do with it, how does this work with my dremel tool?

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