Dremel 32-piece Variable Speed 1.6-amp Multipurpose Rotary Tool with Hard Case

Article #330851434 Model #4000-2/30
Dremel 32-piece Variable Speed 1.6-amp Multipurpose Rotary Tool with Hard Case
 

Description

The Dremel 4000 variable-speed rotary tool kit offers the highest performance and most versatility of all Dremel rotary tools. The increased strength of its motor and electronic feedback circuitry enables consistent performance at all speed levels. Ergonomics include a slim design that provides a 360-degree grip zone for added comfort and control. The Dremel 4000 can use all existing Dremel rotary tool accessories and attachments, as well as high-performance attachments, so you can do more with just one tool. Two year warranty.

  • High-performance motor for maximum performance at all speeds
  • Electronic feedback for consistent speed under load
  • Variable speed for greater versatility
  • Can be used with all Dremel rotary tool attachments and accessories

Technical specifications

Chuck Type :Keyed Maximum Amperage :1.6 Kit :Yes Application :Multipurpose Battery Included :No Battery Voltage :N/A Corded/Cordless :Corded Series Name :Dremel Speed Type :Variable speed Case Type :Hard Chuck Capacity :1/8-in Warranty :2-year limited Cordless :No

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Dremel 32-piece Variable Speed 1.6-amp Multipurpose Rotary Tool with Hard Case is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 260.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Powerful and Compact When changing the thermostat on my '97 Jeep Grand Cherokee, I broke off one of the bolt heads. After failing to remove the frozen bolt with other drilling solutions, I took the advice of an auto parts dealer and purchased a Dremel and a hard rotary file bit. The slim profile and variable power of the Dremel allowed me to access the bolt and drill the hole needed to successfully remove the bolt. I'm looking forward to using this tool for many other diverse projects. I purchased the corded model to make sure I wouldn't run into any issues with fading battery power. I'm really happy with this product.
Date published: 2016-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product with tons of applications [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought the tool while in my local hardware store as I had heard of the brand but was not sure how exactly I will use it. A few days later I was trying to sharpen some kitchen knives and decided to give Dremel a shot and was amazed when I was done in 5 minutes. Since then I have discovered tons of applications of Dremel rotary kit. From polishing my car's caliper pistons to cutting metal using the included disks, I rely on Dremel all the time. Recently, I have bought the oscillating tool as well but rotary is still my favorite as you can do so much with it. Every home should have one.
Date published: 2020-12-29
Rated 3 out of 5 by from wonderful tool when it works I bought this dremel a month ago for work. This was a replacement for a dremel (same model) that I had got almost 2 years ago. I really like this tool and use it everyday. I am a dog groomer and use it to file the dogs nails. When the first dremel stopped working I figured I would send it in to be fixed to use on my personal dogs and I would purchase a new one for work. I used the new dremel for LESS than a month and it stopped working Christmas Eve Eve, the busiest time of the year for groomers! I needed a working one now so I returned the stupid thing back to where I purchased it and they replaced it. There is obviously an issue with the switch to turn it on because that is what stopped working on both dremels. Hopefully this dremel will work long enough for me to find another tool.
Date published: 2014-12-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Still Great! Can not live without my Dremel! Upgraded to the 4000 after my Dremel 3000 had trouble with the collet stop wearing out. I started out in 1989 with a 0ne speed model which lasted at least 15 years with very heavy use - it enabled me to finish my house and remodel my kitchen - cut tiles - make furniture - everything! I still have my router attachment and Flex-shaft which allowed me to do intricate work in small spaces that was impossible with any other tool. My first Dremel one speed also had developed an issue with the collet - which I believe was at least exacerbated by over tightening with the wrench. I sent it in to Dremel and they fixed it but with so much use I burnt out the motor several years later. I decided to upgrade rather than sending the 3000 in for repair - which is costly today. The 3000 also served me well for about 18 years with very heavy use so I was very confident in buying a new Dremel. After ordering - I was shocked to read negative reviews about the quality of the product nowadays and was apprehensive, but after receiving my new Dremel - I am just as happy about it as I have been in the past. I had lots of chores ready to test it out & give it a good workout and it did not disappoint. In fact it paid for itself as I was able to repair two deadbolts that were so difficult to open & close that I had to use pliers! It was a brand new home and apparently the contractor was able to find the only workers who did not know how to install doors and locks. The cost of getting someone to come out to fix them would have been more than my new Dremel so it paid for itself! The Dremel 4000 does not even need the wrench to tighten the collet - only a small twist by hand til the bit is secure so there is less risk of over-tightening and wearing out the stop. I have arthritis in my hands so it does not take a lot of effort to secure the bit by hand. I am still thrilled with my Dremel and can not live without it.
Date published: 2022-08-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing quality [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] We have owned this tool and have 4 total over a 10 year period. They all still work. Amazingly I went to buy a new one and I'm super impressed with the features...the speed adjustment and accessories. We are jewelry makers and carvers in Hawaii both my fiance and I are indigenous. We are rough on our tools and this one can handle. We only use this brand of rotary tool and it's because one longevity of product reputation, two durability, three accessories! And they all perform exactly as they say! Mahalo nui Dremel you rock the world of tools!
Date published: 2023-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Daily use rotarty tool !!! I am basically a DIY'er with a long list of hobbies and things to fix or make. This rotary tool is one of four I own. It is by far the work horse in my toolbox. I recently used it to do several straight 30 inch cuts in 14 ga steel. Using the variable speed, I was able to make several slow passes to keep my line absolutely straight. I also own the 12 volt 8220 but when it's a serious job... I grab this 4000.
Date published: 2014-06-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I bought this a month ago and I'm not happy!!! This tool gets hot right away during cutting and grinding. I'm worried it will burn out just like the other Dremel rotary tools I've bought. I stop and wait for a few minutes, but this tool still gets hot right away after I try to finish my project. I'm getting sick and tired of replacing these tools. I'm retired and this is getting to expensive. And, I don't use this tool that much !!!
Date published: 2015-07-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mixed feelings I have had a Dremel 395 Type 5 that I have had for a long time. It's really nice as 1. I am a small person, and it is a small and easy to hold tool and 2. There are a lot of house repair and crafty things you can do with it. I still use my 395 a lot, but I needed a Dremel, and it was simply too expensive to get my original Dremel sent to me. (Long story). Anyway, I got this, and had a few of my bits and accessories mailed to me so that I could work on a project. I feel like my 395 is more stable speed wise when the tool is not under load. Out of the box, the 4000 would pulse somewhat when not under load. Most of that went away after I broke in the brushes (run it for five minutes on maximum speed with no load), but it still does that a little. When under load, however, the 4000 seems to be more stable speed wise. It also seems to have somewhat more torque than the 395 has. That makes it a little easier to control. I really like that the switch and the speed control are separate. I can set the speed and turn it on and off as needed. I also like that the speed control gives an approximate indication of the speed of the tool. All you need to do is multiply the number by 1000 to get the approximate speed. I also like that the switch is right at the head of the tool so that it is easier to turn it on and off. I have mixed feelings about the rubber coating on the body of the tool. The 395 I have does not have that. The rubber coating seems to make the tool easier to grip and dampen some of the vibrations though which is nice. I have mixed feelings about this EZ twist nose cap which has an integrated wrench. I use a keyless chuck on my Dremel, so I can easily change bits. The nose cap cannot loosen or tighten this chuck. You will need the regular wrench for that. The EZ twist nose cap only works with the collet nut. I do like that the new collet nut has four faces to make it easier to use this EZ twist feature, but while I do have a full set of collets, and they can be useful in some circumstances, I don't use them as often because I have the chuck, and when I do use them, I prefer to just use the wrench because I only use collets for more heavy duty work, and I need them to be tighter than the EZ Twist can get them. Also when the EZ Twist is used, it just seems really fiddly. It isn't as positive as the wrench is when it is tightening the collet. It just seems to me to be a kind of gimmicky feature that could be good in an emergency, but kind of clunky in day to day use. The accessory and bits provided are kind of a fascinating selection. You get a random sampler of cut off wheels, a few small sanding discs which, even years ago, didn't really seem too useful. They are tiny, and they don't do a lot. You might be able to get more done hand sanding than using the little discs. The drum sander is useful, not necessarily for sanding, but for shaping and carving wood and some plastics and metal. There is also a small wire brush which can be very useful, two small grinding stones for sharpening, a cutting bit, and a small cutter. It really is a tiny, but random selection. I'm not entirely sure what the bit kit was made for. I also wonder about the choice of the Fiberglas reinforced cutoff wheels. Those are cutoff wheels I use a lot, but I use the EZ Lock version. The kind provided in the bit kit tend to eat up mandrels for lunch. I went through a number of mandrels until the EZ Lock version came out. As for the accessories, they are quite interesting. There is a circle cutter and sanding/grinding guide. I haven't found so much use for them. They seem kind of niche use accessories. In all the time I have owned a Dremel, I have seen these accessories in the store, but they were never on my list of things to get. My 395 came with a flex shaft, and that was one of my most used accessories. I even got a new one when my original one stopped working properly. I really like the manual pack that came with this tool. The regular booklet is a lot like the one that came with my 395. I think a lot of the warnings are exactly the same. The quick start type guide was quite nice and eye catching though. It was also easy to read and understand. The manuals for the accessories (circle cutter and sanding/grinding guide) were included too, and that was helpful. I have mixed feelings about the case. I love how small and compact it is compared to the one that came with my 395. I also love how everything including accessories such as the circle cutter and sanding/grinding guide slots into place and doesn't fall out or move around. There is even a slot for the flex shaft. The case of my 395 has a tray where you can store all your bits. This one doesn't really come with that. This new case can only hold three 1/8 shank bits and one 3/32 shank bit. One thing I like in this new case though is that you can snap in a small case of accessories. They include one of these with it. The small case has partitions, and you can arrange small parts and some bits neatly inside. I would worry about bits hitting each other and getting chipped or dull, but I do like the way the small case holds all the small parts and keeps them organized. The case of my Dremel 395 had a small place on the bit tray where you could put small parts, but if someone bumped into you, the small parts would end up everywhere no matter how neatly you arranged them before closing the case. This small case is so much better for these small parts. I no longer have to worry about random cutoff wheels and sanding bands and disks floating around randomly in my case. I also don't have to find small tins and containers to put them in so that I could put them somewhere so that they wouldn't get lost. One thing I have mixed feeling about the case though is that the case uses living hinges for everything from the two clasps in the front to the hinge on the back. The case for my Dremel 395 has actual hinges made of plastic on the back of the case and clasps that are not hinged, but are springy and don't have to bend like the living hinges do. I wonder if it will last as long as the case for my 395. I don't feel like the living hinges are very confidence inspiring. In all, this tool seems quite nice. While there are some things that give me mixed feelings, overall, it seems quite good.
Date published: 2016-03-30
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