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Dremel 6300-01 120-Volt Multi-Max Oscillating Kit

by Dremel
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  • Lightweight and compact, easy to use for long periods of time in tight spaces
  • "Speed advantage" - operating at very high speeds for quick results and smooth finishes
  • Perfect for your sanding, scraping and cutting needs
  • Comes in blow molded case for easy storage and portability
  • Getting Started Booklet
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Product Description

Make multitasking easier and more productive with the Dremel 6300-01 Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Kit. Ideal for do-it-yourselfers and professionals, this efficient tool can tackle a wide variety of repair, remodeling, and restoration projects. The Multi-Max offers optimal control, safe operation, and high precision--all while creating minimal dust--making it ideal for cutting, grinding, sanding, scraping, and much more.

The Dremel 6300-01 Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Kit includes:
  • Oscillating tool
  • MM610 3/4-inch flexible scraper blade
  • MM440 three-inch wood flush cut blade
  • MM450 wood and drywall saw blade
  • MM11 hook and loop pad
  • M70W 60, 120, and 240 grit paper
  • Storage case
  • Getting Started booklet

A wide speed range and full three-degree oscillation give you optimum control.
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Lightweight, Compact Design for Easy Handling in Tight Corners
Lightweight and compact, the Multi-Max is a pleasure to handle and hold, and its comfortable design minimizes wrist and hand fatigue, even during intricate, prolonged work. It also accesses tight corners and narrow spaces that conventional saws and sanders simply can't reach.

Sanding Options for Smooth Finishes
Dremel offers accessories for sanding both bare and painted wood, which is an ideal practice for restoring worn surfaces. Each sand paper is available in 60, 120, and 240 grits. The Dremel Multi-Max offers a new category for grinding with an oscillating tool. Thirty-grit diamond sanding paper allows users to remove cement residue from raw flooring quickly and efficiently.

Ideal for a Variety of Woodworking Projects
Ideal for woodworking projects, the Multi-Max cuts with minimal dust buildup to help keep both your line of vision and workspace clear. It's also great for precise edging, shaping, and detail work--whether you're dealing with vintage wooden frames, dollhouse furniture, or kitchen cabinetry.

Great for DIY Projects
Use the Multi-Max to remove sections of drywall, install hardwood flooring, and trim door jambs. There are two grout-removal accessories available in a 1/8-inch size and a 1/16-inch size for wall and floor grout elimination. The Multi-Max even has two different scraping accessories available--the flexible scraper blade for projects such as removing old caulking around the tub or shower and the rigid scraper blade, which is better suited for removing stuck vinyl flooring, carpeting, and carpet padding.

Operation is also consistent, low-noise, and reliable, whether you're cutting through a subfloor or repairing an antique armoire. Simply plug it in and you're ready to go. The Multi-Max comes in a blow-molded case for easy storage and portability, and it also includes a "Getting Started" booklet, as well as a variety of accessories.

About Dremel: A History of Brilliance and Innovation
Founded in 1932 in Racine, Wisconsin, Dremel is the industry leader in rotary tools. The company owes its success to the inventive genius of its founder and namesake, Albert J. Dremel. In his lifetime, Mr. Dremel owned 55 patents on a wide range of products from electric erasers to a gas-powered rotary lawn mower. His most famous and important invention was a high-speed rotary tool dubbed the Dremel Moto-Tool. Compact, lightweight, and perfect for a wide range of jobs, the rotary tool was an immediate hit with hobbyists and eventually became accepted as one of the greatest inventions of the 20th century. Today, the Dremel name remains synonymous with utility, durability, and innovation.

What's in the Box
Oscillating tool; MM610 3/4-inch flexible scraper blade; MM440 three-inch wood flush cut blade; MM450 wood and drywall saw blade; MM11 hook and loop pad; M70W 60, 120, and 240 grit paper; storage case; and Getting Started booklet

The Multi-Max's many accessories let you tackle a range of jobs, from grinding away cement residue to removing grout.

From the Manufacturer

Kit includes Dremel multimax, sanding pad with 60, 120 and 240-Grit sand paper, flexible scraper, flat saw blade and wood flush cut blade all stored in a convenient blow molded case. Not only a natural choice for hobbyists, crafters and do-it-yourselfers, but also for the trade professional who has always wanted a Fein oscillating tool without having to pay the hefty price tag.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 6300-02L-RT
Item Weight3.5 pounds
Product Dimensions15.2 x 10.4 x 3.7 inches
Item model number6300-01
Power Sourcedc
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentscase
Warranty Description5 year warranty
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Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #310,744 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableJuly 17, 2007
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Customer Reviews

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459 of 464 people found the following review helpful By Camera Shy on November 21, 2008
I received my Dremel Multi-Max about a week ago and was anxious to try it out on a serious project. The Project: Cut out exterior window molding that had begun to rot. The tool did the job as expected; in fact I felt like a surgeon cutting out a tumor. However, after just a few minutes of use, the blade came off - not good. The tool oscillates at a high rate of speed which also means it vibrates. I must admit when I installed the blade I was skeptical that a simple hex nut and beveled washer would hold the blade in place. Obviously, it didn't (and yes, the beveled washer was installed correctly per Dremel's clear warning). I reinstalled the blade and re-tightened the hex-nut (forcefully to the point the amount of torque made me wonder how long the hub mount would last).

I contacted Dremel and they admitted the loosening blade was a known issue and a fix had been developed in the form of another washer (I presumed a lock washer, but the customer service rep was not sure). She offered to overnight express the washer to me and of course I declined the generous offer and suggested they simply drop it in the mailbox.

Aside from this mishap, I'm pleased and the prospects of the tool are very good. As the first reviewer points out, the blades that come with the kit are wood only blades. However, metal and grout blades are available. Here's my rating of the various aspects of the tool:

1. Ergonomics - 5-star. Ergonomically, this tool feels good in your hand. Not too big with enough heft to feel like a quality tool. I have used the Fein Multi-master which is bigger and heavier than the Dremel version. However, I like the feel of the Dremel.

2. Power - 5-star. Although I cut through relatively easy-to-cut pine, the tool never felt under-powered.
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158 of 159 people found the following review helpful By Peter A on October 29, 2008
I've always loved my Dremel tools so I jumped on this & bought it as soon as it was available. I didn't read the "fine print" that it's for WOOD ONLY. I wish someone would have warned me.

The Dremel Multi-Max does NOT have a "REAL" METAL=IRON=NAILS cutting blade! It is not ready for prime time, i.e. a busy worksite! Even Bosch makes their PS50 use a Fein blade adapter.

One the other hand, it is SUPER on wood by itself (= 5 STARS !!). Plunge cuts into 3/4 sub-floor plywood for air ducts are wonderfully smooth, pencil line thin, cuts with very little dust thrown about. Detail smoothing, edgeing, shaping around hard to get at places is as easy as can be. I've even "planed" slivers off of cupboard doors, and other tightly fitted pieces, so they fit snug but don't rub/touch. The more I use it the more I LOVE it!

But even home DIY projects have nails in them. Careful! Just get a Fein 250Q instead ($$), or get the Bosch PS50 (8 minute battery)(Dremel's parent company) and use Fein blades for small projects. Save yourself some frustration & dull/broken blades if you are out of a wood working shop.

Bosch/Dremel says that they will actually send "replacement" blade stock to stores sometime in November. Here's hoping (After CPODremel unceremoniously CANCELLED my order through Amazon!)! I've hit a couple of nails so far and the kit included blade still works for now. I'm getting the 422 blades when available because they are the strongest.

Two week owner Update: Lovin' it more each time I turn it on! I'm now glad I got mine before they raised the price! You betcha!

Three week update: The blades haven't actually broken on nails yet. And it still seems to cut OK, as in - not too dull.
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61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By D. Patelzick on July 6, 2009
I have watched the advertisement on television for the Fein Multimaster but not having deep pockets I decided to purchase the Multi-Max and try it out. I have used it for a number of different jobs and for the most part it did a good job. Here are some of the tasks that it took on.

Cutting holes in drywall: It works great for cutting holes for electrical boxes - the straight blades leave a nice clean hole without a lot of dust. For those times when you need to get access to plumbing to make changes or to repair a pipe it works nicely. In one case I removed the drywall, made the necessary changes then I was able to reuse the drywall to close up the hole.

Making a flush cut in wood siding: I installed new sliding glass doors that opened on a deck. It worked perfectly to cut the siding at the deck plate so I could get the old door out while leaving a clean cut for the new trim.

Removing underlayment (flooring) next to cabinets: The old underlayment was not reusable and I did not want to remove the cabinets so I made a cut in the the underlayment at the cabinets then removed the majority of the underlayment.

Cutting plumbing tubes and pipes: It did a good job on copper pipe buried in the wall and it did ok on plastic drain pipe. It would cut the plastic but it would melt if you didn't move fast enough.

I probably used this tool for 16 hours total over two months and it worked fine. I didn't have problems with the blades coming loose and it never got hot enough to stop because of overheating. The only blade I didn't use very much was the half circle - with drywall it seems to throw a lot of dust.

Could I have done this work with other tools?
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