.....Along with a foot-activated speed control. And a Dremel adjustable chuck to replace the 4 little "chucks" which never seem to be found when you are needing one.
And a set of miniature precision reamers which are very useful for our kind of "precise" work.
Good grief, just buy one of everything Micro Mark sells.
I have also one of those old and crappy Dremels with the square battery. As soon as the bat died I permanently wired it to a transformer. With the loss of weight and anaemic power soon became a favourite for light detail work.
____________________ Junk is something you throw away three weeks before you need it.
fishing weights in the 4 oz and up sizes for setting on stuff while it dries i have some molds that i made 1/2 weights from i was a telephone cable splicer and years ago there was a lot of lead sheath cable so i have a supply. also 99 cent store for the green garden plant clips and foam core board