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Miniature precision machine with aluminum die-cast head. Quiet precise and efficient! Usable for extended periods when grinding polishing cleaning cutting and engraving. Ideal for mechanics model builders jewelers opticians artists and electronic enthusiasts. Grinder with 34 industrial quality bits & cutters with shanks 3/32 (2.3 mm). High concentricity (maximum run out .001). This high-revving motor has full-wave electronic speed control capable of producing continuously variable speeds between 5000 and 20000 rpm and is usable for extended periods at a time. The ground steel spindle runs in a ball bearing assembly minimizing play. Six high concentricity collets sized 1/32 1/16 5/64 3/32 7/64 and 1/8 (1.0 1.5 2.0 2.4 3.0 and 3.2 mm) along with a collet nut are included. Technical data: Speed Variable (5000 - 20000 rpm) Volts 110 - 120V AC 60 Hz Max Power 1/8 hp (100 W) Length 9 (230 mm) Weight 1.3 lb (580 g). 1. Ball bearing spindle of ground steel with lock button for rapid cutter changing. 2. Streamlined die-cast aluminum head for exact bearing seats and optimal stability. 3. Quiet powerful 100 W motor with full-wave electronics for continuously variable speeds between 5000 and 20000 rpm. 4. Complete with six triple-slit steel collets covering 1/32 to 1/8 (1.0 - 3.2 mm). Note: MICROMOT steel collets are hardened and thus have a high consistent flexibility. They also maintain prolonged accuracy even after regular use. The triple-slit collet is substantially more difficult to manufacture than the four-slit type but offers a better load-bearing surface. This is especially important for cutters with small shank diameters. These collets should not be compared with unhardened four-slit collets of brass and aluminum. The Professional Rotary Tool IB/E is supplied in a new high-quality PP storage case. It has a strong frame is extremely stable and large enough to repack in the case without fiddling around. With lateral sticker for identification of the content. Complete wi
Featuring a variable-speed motor and a stabilizing, ball-bearing assembly, the Proxxon IB/E Professional Rotary Tool is ideal for a wide range of hobbies and professional projects. Lightweight, quiet, and capable of high torque even at low speeds, this well-balanced rotary tool includes 34 accessories that can be used for grinding, polishing, engraving, and more.
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).
Cuts quickly and smoothly, quieter than an RC car, and it's got plenty of power. Everything I'd expected for the price.Published 1 month ago by Zatronium
Worked okay until the warranty expired, then it promptly smoked and died. Autopsy revealed a fried resistor in the triac gate circuit. Read morePublished 3 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 3 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 4 months ago by Z. Terry