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The Proxxon IB/E Professional Rotary Tool is lightweight, quiet, and capable of high torque even at low speeds. View larger.
Variable-Speed Motor for Multiple Uses
The IB/E features a variable-speed motor that operates from 5,000 to 20,000 RPM and performs with high torque even at low speeds. The IB/E can be used for extended periods of time at low speeds for projects that require brushing and cutting, or at high speeds for heavy-duty jobs that require grinding and milling.
Quiet, Vibration-Free Operation
The IB/E features a quiet 1/8-horsepower motor that is specially balanced for minimal vibration, allowing you to use it comfortably and with stability, even while working on intricate details at maximum speeds. The streamlined die-cast aluminum head supports the exact positioning of the ball-bearing assembly. With a slim form and weighing just 1.3 pounds, the tool is easy and comfortable to handle.
What's in the Box
Rotary tool, 34-piece accessory set, six triple-slit steel collets, and storage case.
1. Ball-bearing spindle of ground steel, with lock-button for rapid cutter changes.
2. Streamlined die-cast aluminum head for exact bearing seats and optimal stability.
3. Quiet 100-W motor with continuously variable speeds between 5,000 and 20,000 RPM.
4. Complete with six triple-slit steel collets covering 1/32'' to 1/8'' (1.0-3.2 mm).
Worked okay until the warranty expired, then it promptly smoked and died. Autopsy revealed a fried resistor in the triac gate circuit. Read morePublished 2 months ago by MisterConsumer
Well-built, very quiet, German designed drill. Nice carrying case, bits, collets. Seems better than a Dremel from what I've seen and heard, but I've never actually owned a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Queequeg
I probably have killed 10 dremels in as many years.
The proxxon "professional" rotary tool IS very nice, very good torque, LOW vibration. Read more
I've got to say I am quite satisfied with my proxxon
It's low noise operation is much appreciated . Read more
I will never use a Dremel, Ryobi, or any other rotary tool again voluntarily.. No brushes to replace.. use canned air to blow out engine casing- good to go. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Z. Terry
I purchased the Proxxon as a replacement and improvement for my Dremel, which I vowed never to buy again. Read morePublished 3 months ago by HarmonySmith