Small by design, still packed with power. The Worx MAKERX Rotary Tool with Brushless Motor fits nicely in your hand. The variable speed control lets you pick just the right amount of juice for the job (5,000-35,000 rpm), which you can control right from the Hub. And it’s fitted with the common collet size of 1/8”. It can work with all standard collet sizes, so it accepts the bits and accessories of other brands. Get the MAKERX Rotary Tool and start engraving glass, wood, and metal. Cut off protruding bolts, grind rust off iron rails before painting, sand children’s toys, or polish a brass nameplate while it’s still mounted. The Worx MAKERX Air Brush is more nimble than other air brushes, due to its slim form factor. But because it’s backed by a 20V battery, it’s actually more powerful, and lasts longer on a single charge—it’s the only portable 20V air brush on the market, actually. There’s no need for an air compressor, it’s just your MAKERX Air Brush and the Hub going where you go. With its 0.4 mm precision nozzle, it excels at fine, detailed jobs, like tiny crafts of all kinds. Its pressure rating is 14-18psi, the dual function trigger regulates both the air flow and paint volume and controls its 7 L flow capacity. This kit comes with the roomy and durable MAKERX branded Storage Bag. With more than enough room to carry every tool in this bundle, plus lots of pockets and pouches for extra supplies and materials, too. It’s made of lined, heavy-duty, rip, tear and dirt-resistant 600D Nylon, with a zipped closure to keep it all safe inside. Plus, the Accessory Storage Case keeps all the accessories that come with this kit organized. It’s made of hard, transparent polypropylene with latches that snap shut and stay closed during transport. It has extra room for the flexibility to add accessories later as your MAKERX collection grows, and the compartments can be configured by rearranging or removing dividers. Best of all, it fits right inside the storage bag. MAKERX has created crafting and hobby tools that are smaller, but more powerful—the secret lies in the Hub. It’s a power source that you can take with your tool, so if you want to work in the middle of a large space, you can, and still have the power to get the job done. Thoughtful design allowed Worx engineers to make these tools slimmer, so you can hold them with more precision, and provide a level of detail to your projects that’s not possible with other tools.