|Item Weight||5.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.8 x 12.3 x 3.8 inches|
|Item model number||6300-03|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||bare-tool; attachments; case|
|Warranty Description||5 year warranty|
Dremel 6300-03 120-Volt Multi-Max Oscillating Kit
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- 7-piece professional kit focused on cutting and grout removal applications
- Accessory assortment allows user to complete a wide variety of tasks
- Longer 10-foot cord reduces the need for an extension cord.
- Good for flush or plunge cutting, drywall and softwood cutting, non-ferrous metal cutting
- Also good for rigid scraping and grout removal
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The Multi-Max comes with a range of accessories that allow you to complete a wide variety of cutting, grout removal, and scraping applications. To start, the kit includes one 1/8-inch grout removal blade, ideal for wall and floor grout elimination. The blade's carbide grit quickly and neatly removes old grout, and its 90-degree edge allows access in corners.
The Multi-Max Kit also comes with two 3/4-inch wood/metal flush-cut blades featuring Bi-Metal teeth for strength when cutting non-ferrous metal and wood. The kit also includes a 3/4-inch wood flush-cut blade that has a 1-1/4-inch depth of cut and is perfect for flush or plunge cutting in wood, plastic, drywall, and other soft materials. Additionally, the kit comes with a drywall/soft wood blade that neatly plunges and cuts and is great for longer straight cuts.
The Multi-Max even has a rigid scraper blade, which is best-suited for removing stuck vinyl flooring, carpeting, and carpet padding. It has a scraping edge on three sides and is offset for flush surface scraping.
Compact Design for Easy Handling in Tight Corners
Lightweight and compact, the Multi-Max is a pleasure to handle and hold. 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.
Easy to Operate and Store
Operating the Multi-Max is easy, low-noise, and reliable. 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 with a long, 10-foot cord, you won't have to worry about getting tangled up in cumbersome extension cords.
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; MM600 rigid scraper blade; MM440 3/4-inch wood flush cut blade; MM500 1/8-inch grout removal blade; MM450 wood and drywall blade; two MM422 3/4-inch wood/metal flush cut blades; hard storage case; and Getting Started booklet.
Included accessories make the Multi-Max suitable for rigid scraping and grout removal.
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Top Customer Reviews
If you want a tool that you can force and use for hours on end, you need to consider another, and needless to say a considerably more expensive tool. It is good value for money, and if you - like me - undercut lots of baseboard manually with a jam saw before you got this tool, you will find this tool a great time-saver and an absolute pleasure to use.
Just as side note I have only used the wood and wood-metal bits and have not used it to cut pipes, grout, etc, just used it to cut a small notch out of an aluminum door frame and the baseboards. I did use it to trim the edge of a custom-cut laminate flooring piece as I was too lazy to use the circular saw and it burns the wood but it did manage to trim 1mm off of it none the less.
Pros: Lightweight, relatively inexpensive, easy to use, great time-saver over manually cutting door-jams.Read more ›
If your only purpose is to cut the bottom of a casing from time to time or some other trivial task, this inexpensive alternative to the fein is acceptable (although, that said, the Rockwell is getting better reviews in this tool class).
But, if you are thinking to add this to your shop as a 'real tool', forget it, you will only be disappointed.
In addition to the heat problem, the blades are of questionalble quality. I note that the scraper blade actually BROKE after less than 15 minutes of continuous operation.
Oh, nearly forgot to mention that regardless of how tight I cranked the cutting blade down, it kept coming loose. Really. No doubt because I was working the tool pretty hard, but ... when was the last time ANY tool let go of a blade. Unforgivable.
When plunge cutting drywall it actually works quickly and like stated with low dust kick-up, when going down a line it does take about 5 minutes to do a 8ft wall, but doing a outlet box takes just a minute. If have ever used a Roto-Zip it is a dust pig, this is not, but also a Roto-Zip I must say is more powerful and wild at times because it wants to rip through everything.
I do agree with others that the venting on the machine is in a poor location, you do want to hold it at the top for control, instead of the actual hand grip area, but depnding on angle and different attachments this may be a issue no matter where the venting is because of wanting to place your hand for best control at that time.
Overall it does what I wanted it for... low low dust compared to other power tools.
I bought one of these Dremel units because I need to make several head-on cuts into plywood that had been installed as a subsurface for a solid surface countertop. I had to make the cuts under and behind the kitchen sink in order to install a faucet. I had used my Multimaster enough to know it was the tool for the job, but I thought the Dremel (which costs under half as much), would do the trick. I was wrong.
Using the Dremel Multi-max for this application was frustrating and almost terrifying. First, it is underpowered compared to the Multimaster, so it doesn't cut nearly as quickly or well. Second, it vibrates WILDLY. It was all I could do to hold onto it so it didn't slip out of my hand and fall onto my face while running. Third, it gets incredibly hot, making it even harder to hold. Fourth, the blade kept coming loose, no matter how hard I tightened it with the provided allen wrench.
To even get it to work at all for my faucet project, I had to drill a series of holes to "perforate" the plywood. Without doing this, the Multi-max simply would NOT make the cut. And I know very, very well from my experience with the Fein Multimaster that it would have done the job quickly and easily.
This tool does not compare in any way to the Fein Multimaster it was based on. It is cheap, and, in my experienced opinion, very dangerous.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
While it won't replace all of your tools it does come in handy. Plenty of power, runs a little hot but it ok.Published 17 months ago by Widebody
You would never use this unless you had to, but when that's the case, it's the only thing you want.
It's slow and noisy and hard to control sometimes, but nothing else can get... Read more
I have used this tool several times and find it does there job well. It is easy to use. I removed grout from a rather large tile topped table and was able to replace it with new... Read morePublished on January 4, 2014 by Bro Car
wonderful tool! I still use my original dremel, but this one has the power to really cut through items. love itPublished on November 24, 2013 by V. CHESSER
Yet another tool in my home, this time, the Dremel oscillating tool, makes some jobs much easier and cleaner with less dust kicking up all around the area. Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by Renbutsu
I bought this about two years ago - works so well that I've been through some blades and went back on Amazon looking for replacement blades. Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by D Twain