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Dremel 4000 Review

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Dremel Manufacturing Co. was started by Albert J Dremel in 1932 in Racine, Wisconsin. He began the company by developing the electric razor blade sharpener. He then went on to develop the Moto-Tool, a handheld, high-speed tool for craftsmen and hobbyists, as a replacement for large power tools.

Dremel, as a brand, has earned its reputation among hobbyists, DIYers, and even professionals for the last 80 years and today, it has become one of the most popular brands in the tool industry. Headquartered in Mt. Prospect III, Dremel’s state-of-the-art design and manufacturing has made it among the top-selling rotary tools in the world.

The Dremel brand is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Robert Bosch Tool Corporation and the product portfolio includes high-performance oscillating tools, specialty tools, rotary tools, attachments, and accessories, which deliver a perfect solution for practically any job.

Dremel tools have been developed to meet the highest levels of quality to enhance your comfort and enjoyment while working. All Dremel tools are tested and they go through Dremel’s stringent quality control processes, which is why Dremel has a limited warranty of 2 years on all their tools.

Dremel tools are distributed worldwide via home centers, hardware stores, online retailers, industrial wholesalers and hobby shops. It is estimated that around 40 million rotary tools have been sold around the world until now.

Dremel 4000

When speaking about rotary tools, the Dremel 4000 is one that definitely comes on top of the list. This rotary tool with variable speed is extremely versatile and offers the best performance. The tool’s motor strength and the electronic feedback circuit provides constant operation at all speeds.

The Dremel 4000 has a slim ergonomic design, which provides a 360o grip zone that enhances the tool’s control and comfort. You can make use of all your existing tool attachments and accessories with your Dremel 4000.

The Dremel 4000 is a superbly designed rotary tool that offers excellent performance, which makes the tool one of the best that is available in the market. The rotary tool comes with a 2-year warranty.

Features of the Dremel 4000

  • Equipped with a high-performance motor that provides excellent performance at different speeds.
  • Maximum precision and control enabled by variable speed.
  • The electronic feedback that provides consistent speed.
  • Suitable for use with all the available Dremel attachments and accessories.
  • Speed control dial and an on or off switch to control the speed.
  • Silent and smooth operation due to cool running ball bearing construction.
  • Fast accessory change facilitated by the quick collet lock.
  • Tool life extended due to motor brushes that can be replaced.

Dremel 4000 Toolkits

Dremel 4000-2/30 Variable Speed Rotary Toolkit – Corded

The Dremel 4000-2/30 Variable Speed Rotary Toolkit has a variable speed of 5,000-35,000 RPM. It is equipped with easy-to-read features with a speed dial. The tool is well-matched with all Dremel attachments and accessories. The tool includes 2 attachments and 30 accessories. The 360o grip helps to control the tool in all positions. It comes along with a carrying case for convenient storage and transportation.

Dremel 4000-3/34 Variable Speed Rotary Toolkit

The Dremel 4000-3/34 Variable Speed Rotary Toolkit has a variable speed ranging from 5,000-35,000 RPM. The variable speed has an electronic feedback that enables the tool to maintain consistent power when operated at low and mid-range speeds. The Dremel 4000-3/34 has a soft grip handle that provides enhanced control and comfort. The tool works both with the regular and higher performance level attachments and has replaceable motor brushes.

Dremel 4000-6/50 Variable Speed Rotary Tool, 50 Accessories

The Dremel 4000-6/50 Variable Speed Rotary Tool includes 50 accessories and is well-matched with all Dremel attachments and accessories. It has a variable speed range from 5,000-35,000 RPM. The 360o grip zone allows greater control when held in whatever position. The tool comes along with a deluxe carrying case.

Dremel 4000-4/34 High-Performance Rotary Toolkit with Variable Speed Rotary Tool

The Dremel 4000-4/34 High-Performance Rotary Toolkit is equipped with a high-performance motor that provides enhanced functioning at all speeds. The electronic feedback ensures that the speed is consistent under load. The variable speed allows maximum precision and control. You can use the Dremel 4000-4/34 with all Dremel rotary tool attachments and accessories. You get 34 accessories and 4 attachments with the Dremel 4000-4/34.

Dremel tools are a perfect buy for all your jobs around your home and are the perfect “go to” tool for hobbyists and DIYers. Today, Dremel tools are used by a whole range of professionals too from auto mechanics to woodworkers, locksmiths, and lab technicians.

Dremel 4000 vs Dremel 3000

While the Dremel 3000 and 4000 have certain similarities i.e. both work with recent attachments, keyless chuck and also use similar collets. However, when compared to the 3000, the Dremel 4000 has more control and can also work with the older attachments. The 4000 is also equipped with a speed dial that is separate from the on or off switch and can increase or decrease speed in 1000 RPM increments, which means that if you find the ideal speed you find comfortable, you can revert to the speed whenever you want very easily. The on or off switch also locks out the shaft lock or the collet, which means that you cannot activate or accidentally push the collet mechanism if the tool is on and damage the tool.

So, if you plan on doing things around your home that require more power like cutting metals or hardwoods, then it’s a good idea to get the Dremel 4000 by paying a little more. Equipped with a 1.6-amp motor, the 4000 goes up to 35,000 RPM and feels like a power tool, while at 1.2 amps and 32,000 RPM, the 3000 falls somewhere between a power and hobby tool.

Dremel 4000 vs Dremel 4200

The Dremel 4200 has the EZ change feature that enables you to change the accessories by using a simple twisting motion of the nose without the need for any tool or wrench, which makes the 4200 different from the 4000. The other difference is that the 4200 is equipped with a more efficient air ventilation system that allows the tool to run cooler than the 4000 by around 20 percent.

Otherwise, both the 4000 and the 4200 have the same power (1.6-amp motor) and speed (5000 – 35,0000 RPM) and work almost in a similar manner. Both the 4000 and the 4200 can be used for sanding, drilling and cutting jobs.

 

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