A Dremel tool is a good investment and I'm always glad that I finally
bought one. But I see Bill's point about the hassle of getting it out and
setting it up etc. It depends on how you are set up to do shop work. I
have a permanent shop and can leave the Dremel out and at the ready most of
the time. It does a great job cutting housings, as others have said, as
well as many other jobs. A decent Park cable cutter will complete the
picture. Cheers, Steve
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