Testing The Dremel 4000



www.aconcordcarpenter.com Read Review www.aconcordcarpenter.com THE DREMEL 4000 REVIEW: The Dremel 4000 is a corded rotary tool that is versatile in carving, engraving, routing, grinding, sanding, cutting, cleaning, polishing and more. Recently the folks at Dremel sent me their Dremel 4000 to evaluate. This high-speed rotary tool is ideal for do-it-yourselfers, woodworkers, hobbyists, hands-on professionals, homeowners, craftspeople, artists and even contractors. The Dremel 4000 features a variable speed range of 5000 to 35000 rotations per minute. It is the only Dremel rotary tool compatible with all Dremel accessories and attachments, plus the MultiSaw and Planer attachments originally created for the 400 Series XPR rotary tool. High-performance motor for maximum performance at all speeds Electronic feedback for consistent speed under load Variable speed provides maximum control and precision Separate on/off switch and speed control dial for the perfect speed every time Can be used with all Dremel attachments and accessories Quick collet lock for fast accessory changes Cool-running ball bearing construction for smooth and quiet operation Replaceable motor brushes extend tool life Five year warranty First Impression: I’ve always been a fan of the Dremel tool so I was not surprised when I found the Dremel 4000 super comfortable in my hand with a well placed indent in the rear grip. The tool design allows it’s user to grip toi e tool in a 360-degree grip. the on and off

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17 Responses to Testing The Dremel 4000

  1. Brendon00000 says:

    I need one of these so badly for? polishing, what is this 20,000rpm

  2. stormercody says:

    5 thousand to 35 thousand?

  3. pcblah says:

    when i tested mine it died D: look at my newest vid its called dremel problem HELP ME!?

  4. Manhi40 says:

    thats? a dremel 8200 not 4000

  5. Manhi40 says:

    nevermind?

  6. damononopium says:

    next time, soak this bad boy in cider vinegar, give it a day or two. then grease it up with crisco and? season it.

  7. tashtan1 says:

    how do you know better than him, your not the one who made the video, or? is there a very obvious reason that this tool is 8200 series not 4000

  8. screwback72 says:

    8200 is battery? powered…

  9. Manhi40 says:

    sorry, my? bad

  10. ClickBoom206 says:

    Should mention the wire brush attachment you used 1st in the video is not recommended for speeds higher than 15,000 rpm, lol I found out the hard way by using it at 30,000 to? 35,000, then I read the instructions after I had brought the bristles down to about a 1/8 of a inch long…nice video though I enjoyed it 🙂

  11. toppertruthio says:

    any chance you know what the most powerful dremel? is ,and how much it is?

  12. Robert Robillard says:

    thanks click – got the rust off – that was the goal.? didn’t know the rpm recomendation – thanks again !

  13. kretekroker says:

    I own the 8200, it’s way more powerful then this one! you can hear it slow down,? not with the 8800, and the best of all , it’s cordless!

  14. jcrispy1000 says:

    if you dont mind charging it every 20-30? minutes.

  15. kretekroker says:

    Depends on the power you need, for my work? it’s more then enough.. And I can easily work 1 week with it without charghing 😀

  16. technickpelailija275 says:

    is it better than my dremel 3000 i think? it is

  17. MidShipCivic says:

    First off a cordless Dremel will not put out more amperage then a corded? one Dremel 4000 motor outputs 1.6 amps and spins 5000 rpm faster than the 8200 fastest speed.

    If an 8200 ran at a 4000’s output you’d be charging it every 20 minutes.

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