Tuesday, March 19, 2013

3 Building a Roombox with a Dremel Trio

Playing around with different designs:

After I rout some moldings & brackets, etc.  I can mix & match & layer them to see what I like.

Other bits for the Dremel Trio:

TR626 1/2" Straight bit (carbide)
part of 3 pc TR750 set

TR750 5pc  Specialty set (carbide)
  • TR627 1/8" Roman Ogee bit (carbide) Use for moldings/brackets?
  • TR631 1/8" Corner Rounding bit (carbide) Use for moldings/brackets?
  • TR624 1/2" V-Groove bit (carbide) Use for fluted moldings/brackets?
  • TR629 3/8" Dovetail bit (carbide)
  • TR628 1/4" Rabbet bit (carbide)

I'll try to use the TR624 V-Groove bit & a straight-edge to create flat fluted columns.

TR770 5pc Starter set (carbide)
  • TR621 3/16" Beading bit (carbide) Use for moldings/brackets?
  • TR623 1/4" Cove bit (carbide) Use for moldings/brackets?
  • TR620 1/4" Flush Trim bit (carbide) 
  • TR632 1/4" Chamfer bit (carbide) 45 degree bevels.
  • TR622 1/4" Round Nose bit (carbide) Use for moldings/brackets/gutters??


  1. I like the more traditional ones, I am looking forward to see how this develop and I really like how you build the box, thanks for sharing.

    1. Thanks Elga...I like the older antique looking ones myself.

  2. I love how you go about this build. That Dremel trio certainly is an effective tool. I adore facades with a good old days look!

    1. Thanks Lucille...good old days it is then!

  3. Totally agree, the antique looking ones are more of a challenge to build, as well. I guess I really like Georgian. Although I already have more tools than I have space for, the Trio seems a really versatile tool...