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Has anyone else had problems with Rotozips? I've been through 3 of them in the last few weeks. I bought the one with the right angle attachment so you can run small cutting blades on it. The first 2 died while cutting aluminum siding. Both times I returned it and got another. I eventually got the job done with them. Now, I go to use it to cut 1/4" deep grooved in pavers, so I can break them relatively straight. I got about 4 of the bricks done and the thing just died. I was not forcing the tool, simply letting it glide and make the cut. It comes with a masonry bit, so theres no excuse for it not to work. Looks like I will return it again.:furious:
 

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the Musigician
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never used one before, but.... where are they making them now? hmmmmmmm
sounds pretty crappy to me.....

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Oldguy
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About the only thing I ever found the Rotozip did well was make cutouts in drywall :huh:
 

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thanks.:icon_rolleyes:

It is sold with blades specifically for cutting masonry, metal, wood, etc. If they sell such blades, I would assume it would work for those materials.
 

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