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Dremel 4000-6/50 120-Volt Variable-Speed Rotary Kit

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  • Speeds from 5,000 to 35,000 RPM
  • Compatible with all Dremel accessories and attachments
  • Includes 50 accessories
  • 360-degree grip zone for control in any position
  • Deluxe carrying case included
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 4000-6-50
Item Weight5.6 pounds
Product Dimensions15.5 x 10.5 x 3.9 inches
Item model number4000-6/50
ColorGray
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description2 year warranty
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB002L3RUW0
Best Sellers Rank #1,080 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Product Description

The Dremel 4000-6/50 High-Performance Rotary Tool Kit

The Dremel 4000-6/50 High-Performance Rotary Tool Kit contains the Dremel 4000, which provides the highest performance and the most versatility of all Dremel rotary tools. Powerful, user-friendly, and built to last, this handy little tool helps you complete a range of crafting, hobby, and artisan projects. It comes with 50 accessories, six attachments, and a deluxe carrying case.

Get Power, Control, and Comfort

Dremel tools are known for their reliable performance, incredible versatility, and exceptional comfort. The Dremel 4000 builds on that tradition with a more responsive and comfortable design, as well as added features that reflect users' most asked-for improvements. It's ideal for carving, engraving, routing, grinding, sanding, cutting, cleaning, polishing, and more. The Dremel 4000's improved motor delivers smooth performance at all speeds from 5,000 to 35,000 RPM, and electronic feedback circuitry maintains a constant tool speed under load. Its slim, ergonomic body provides a 360-degree grip zone in every position for improved precision, while a variable-speed slide allows for both fast speed adjustment and consistency at your selected speed. A strategically placed on/off switch won't interfere with the grip during use.

Lightweight, User-Friendly Design

The Dremel 4000 is durable and enjoyable to use, with a six-foot cord, pencil-grip nose cap for stability and replaceable motor brushes for long motor life. Easy-to-read speed settings make for accurate dialing, while an innovative shaft lock mechanism lets you lock the output shaft quickly when changing accessories. And the Dremel 4000 weighs just over one pound, so you can work all day without excessive strain on wrists, arms, or hands.

Attachments Provide Incredible Versatility

The Dremel 4000 is ideal when it comes to project flexibility. The kit comes with a lawn mower blade and yard tool sharpener attachment; the detail nose piece; a flex shaft attachment for added flexibility; safety shield attachment; circle cutter/straight edge guide; and the sanding/grinding guide that allows you to either guide a workpiece to a securely mounted rotary tool or guide the tool along the edge of a flat or beveled surface.

Accessories for Every Project

This tool comes with 50 accessories, including two high-speed cutters, four heavy-duty emery cut-off wheels, three sanding discs, and an engraving cutter. Polish beads and stones for a handmade necklace, sand dollhouse furniture or model airplane wings, cut a hole in tile to install an outlet, or sharpen your lawn mower blade and garden tools for a well-manicured yard. And when you're done, store everything in the included carrying case for easy organization and compact portability.


At a Glance:
  • Variable-speed tool (5,000 to 35,000 RPM) provides exceptional versatility
  • Electronic feedback circuitry maintains constant speed under load
  • Powerful motor with replaceable brushes for long life
  • Slim, ergonomic body weighs just 18.8 ounces
  • 360-degree grip zone in every position
  • Comes with 50 accessories, 6 attachments, and a deluxe carrying case

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
120.00 Volts

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very useful tool for around the house.
K. Runyon
The Dremel itself is, well, an awesome little tool and worked great right out of the box, as expected.
C. Schmidt
With all the attachments you get, this tool can do almost anything.
StormyWeather

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

259 of 278 people found the following review helpful By Matt Service on January 5, 2010
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I was originally going to buy a rotary tool and all of the accessories separate. But this package deal has everything I wanted. If you want all the accessories, I recommend this package. I added it all up, and it saved me around $75 compared to buying everything separate. Probably even more if I had to pay shipping on some of the accessories.

There are three things I don't exactly like about it though, but they aren't too bad if you know about them ahead of time.

First, the threads to attach the flex shaft, planer, or finger grip are plastic. I have a very strong grip, and am always twisting things very very tight. I twisted a little too hard when attaching the planer and broke some of the threads on the rotary tool itself (which cannot be replaced without replacing the whole tool by the way). So, just be careful and don't over tighten attachments, and you will be fine.

Second, the tool is surprisingly heavy and is pretty big. It makes it hard to do some of the finer projects I was wanting to do because it's weight and size makes it awkward to handle. But I recommend getting the workstation/drill press to hold the tool while you use the flex shaft attachment. You can use the flex shaft without mounting the tool, but it gets in the way and moves around on the bench while working.

Third, the toolbox it all comes in doesn't really hold everything very well. But that is pretty common with power tools these days isn't it? Anyway, just get yourself a bigger compartmental tool box (or large tackle box), and you will be fine. Just don't get the grey plastic "Dremel 9673 Deluxe Window Rotary Tool and Accessory Storage Case". I purchased it, and it is solid plastic (including hinges) and doesn't hold everything that comes in this kit.
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270 of 299 people found the following review helpful By Mysterious Mr Wong on July 24, 2011
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First of all I'd like to say that I have been using Dremel rotary tools for many years. I have enjoyed using this tool and had always found it to be reliable. Then, I bought the Dremel 4000 and the flex shaft, of which I had used the flex shaft many times in the past and always had it connected. The first day the flex shaft snapped, then the Dremel stopped working. I "burned it in" as they say by following the directions and running the Dremel 4000 at full rpms for 5 minutes. Having thought that I MUST have done something wrong, it is Dremel after all, I bought a second 4000 and another flex shaft. I burned the dremel in, and it stopped working as well. I went to the Dremel site, and low and behold NUMEROUS complaints abound on their message board about this very thing. Needless to say I see no point in buying another 4000 as they simply are not what they once were. The first dremel I ever purchased was in 1991 and it was a great tool that lasted through everything that I needed it for without fail. With the 4000 I simply feel cheated and cannot understand why Dremel hasn't addressed these problems in their rotary tool and stopped selling them. It's not like I abuse my tools, I use them for what they are intended to be used for. And even treating the second 4000 with kid gloves it still stopped working. Not once, but twice. I can even see getting a lemon occasionally but having purchased 2, and then reading the problems others are having on Dremels own message boards, I have decided to go with another product. The Dremel 4000 is a waste of money unless they address the problem of these things breaking down repeatedly.
While I love the functionality of the Dremel and all the various attachments that they provide for their customers it simpy isn't a good investment. I hope they meet the challenge of re-engineering this tool. I miss it in my shop.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Munyon on October 20, 2010
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The Dremel 4000 I purchased as part of the 6-50 kit has proven to be an excellent addition to my collection of tools. Some examples of how I have used the Dremel 4000 include: removing a rusty section of exhaust pipe on my wife's car with the flex shaft attachment and a EZ-Lock metal disk, cleaning an aluminum casting with with a wire wheel to repair the compressor for an air-suspension pump, removing plastic with a ball-burr to replace a DC power jack in a laptop with a more readily available one.

I plan on purchasing the 220-01 workstation to use the Dremel as a high rpm drill press for circuit boards. The number and uses of attachments for this tool is pretty amazing.

I also like that the brushes and all of the components can be replaced using hand tools if the need arises.

Lastly, as a machinist for many years, I appreciate the importance of feeds and speeds of a cutting tool in a given material. The Dremel.com website gives easy access to base RPM for a cutting tool in a specific material.

I would strongly suggest purchasing this tool to anyone that is considering it.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By MantaRIde on January 19, 2012
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After reading and debating and reading and debating, I finally took the leap and purchased the kit. It might be a little early on my review, but so far I have already saved so much money...I have to say don't wait. If you're debating getting one...then you need it.
I provided a picture of project #1 Front door handles (a work in progress.) I have priced comparable handles on-line and in the stores, they cost $800.00 on average. I also priced the Dremel tool kit $131 and change. I WIN. Not only am I already ahead financially, I still have the kit and more projects in the making. PLUS I get to make my wife come out so I can say "see what I did." When she said WOW! She really meant it...Priceless. I know I pay more attention to your reviews then to the product hype. I don't click helped or didn't help, so this is my way of paying forward and saying thanks to all the reviewers. Hope this helps someone.
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