A handheld power tool with a rotating bit is known as a rotary tool. Rotary tools may have a cord or be cordless, and power accessories for drilling, sanding, carving, cutting, grinding, or routing are available.
A blue, cordless rotary tool is designed to be used by hand. Craftsman will place the correct bit on the rotary tool depending upon whether it's being used for sanding, rounding, smoothing, or polishing.
A black rotary tool with a grinding stone mounted is photographed on a white background. This handy, electric tool can be used to grind, smooth, and sand metal with just the flick of a switch. Design and shape metal pieces using this equipment.
A black rotary tool, otherwise known as a Dremel, is photographed on a white background. A variety of different bits surround it. Depending upon the bit the craftsman uses, the rotary tool can be used to shape, sand, grind, or buff either metal or wood.
A black rotary tool with a wire brush is photographed on a white background. When the rotary tool is turned on, the stiff wire brush will turn and spin. When it comes into contact with metal, it will buff and polish the surface.