|Item Weight||1.18 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9 x 2 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||4300-9/64|
|Power Source||Corded electric|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Cord Length||72 inches|
|Included Components||Dremel 4300 High Performance Rotary Tool, Pivot Light, 225 Flex Shaft, A550 Shield, A577 Detailer's Grip, 678 Circle Cutter and Straight Edge Guide, 575 Right Angle Attachment, A576 Sanding and Grinding Guide, 565 Cutting Guide, 679 Garden Tool Sharpener, Genuine Dremel Mixed Accessories (64)|
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Dremel 4300-9/64 High Performance Rotary Tool Kit with Universal 3-Jaw Chuck, 9 Attachments and 64 Accessories
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- Universal 3-jaw chuck fits the widest range of Dremel accessories
- Rotating Pivot Light for optimal illumination
- Powerful variable-speed motor with electronic feedback for maximum performance in demanding applications
- Cool-running ball bearing construction for smooth and quiet operation
- Two-year warranty with Industry leading customer support
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Whether carving or engraving soft or hard materials, Dremel offers the right accessory for every application. Use high speed cutters for shaping, hollowing, grooving, slotting and making tapered holes in soft metals, plastics and woods. Tungsten Carbide Cutters are recommended for shaping, smoothing and material removal on hard materials such as stainless steel and cast iron. A variety of engraving cutters suitable for both soft and hard materials are also available to tackle every project.
Pivot light rotates to illuminate your project
Enhanced visibility in dark or detail applications
Universal 3-jaw chuck for easy accessory changes
Can be used with all Dremel rotary tool accessories and attachments
(*some applications require the use of a collet system, included in kit)
Dremel's most powerful motor
Powerful variable speed motor with electronic feedback for maximum performance in demanding applications
Variable-speed with electronic feedback for consistent performance in all applications
What's in the Box? - 4300-9/64
Carving/Engraving: 107 - 1/8" Engraving HS Cutter, 191 - 1/8" High Speed Cutter, 7103 – 5/64” Diamond Wheel Point
Cutting: EZ409 – 1 ½” EZ Lock Thin Cut Wheel, EZ456 - Metal 1-1/2" Cut-Off Wheel (x3), EZ541GR - Grinding Wheel, 561 - Spiral Bit, EZ544 – 1 ½” EZ Lock Wood Cutting Wheel,560 – Guide Point Bit, 561 - Multipurpose Cutting Bit
Grinding/Sharpening: 8193 - 5/8" Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 84922 - 3/16" Silicon Carbide Grinding Stone, 932 - 3/8" Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 8193 – 5/8” Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 453 - 5/32” Grinding Stone, 454 – 3/16” Grinding Stone, 455 – 7/32” Grinding Stone
Cleaning/ Polishing: 403 - Brush Wheel, 428 - Carbon Brush Wheel, 421 - Polishing Compound, 429 - Felt Polishing 1" Wheel (x2), EZ 423 – EZ Lock Polishing Cloth (x3)
Sanding: 408 - 1/2" 60-Grit Sanding Bands (x10), 432 - 1/2" 120-Grit Sanding Bands (x10), 445 - 1/2" 240-Grit Sanding Bands (x10), EZ411 - EZ Lock Coarse Sanding Disc (x3), EZ412 EZ Lock Medium Sanding Disc (x3), EZ413 - EZ Lock Fine Sanding Disc (x3)
Misc.: EZ402 EZ - Lock Mandrel, 150 - 1/8" Drill Bit, EZ407SA - Drum Sanding Band and Mandrel
Pivot Light, 225 Flex Shaft, A550 Shield, A577 Detailer's Grip, 678 Circle Cutter and Straight Edge Guide, 575 Right Angle Attachment, A576 Sanding and Grinding Guide, 565 Cutting Guide, 679 Garden Tool Sharpener
|Dremel Fortiflex||Dremel 4300||Dremel 4000||Dremel 3000|
|Speed Range (RPM)||0-23,000||5,000-35,000||5,000-35,000||5,000-32,000|
|Electronic Feedback Control||✓||✓|
|Number of Speeds||Variable, Foot-operated speed control||Variable||Variable||Variable|
|Separate On/Off Speed Control||✓||✓||✓|
|Accessory Change System||Wrench, 3-Jaw Chuck||3-Jaw Chuck||EZ Twist Nose Cap||EZ Twist Nose Cap|
|Kit Options||9100-21||4300-5/40, 4300-9/64||4000-2/30, 4000-3/34, 4000-4/34, 4000-6/50||3000-1/24, 3000-1/25, 3000-2/28|
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|Included Components||Dremel 4300 High Performance Rotary Tool, Pivot Light, 225 Flex Shaft, A550 Shield, A577 Detailer’s Grip, 678 Circle Cutter and Straight Edge Guide, 575 Right Angle Attachment, A576 Sanding and Grinding Guide, 565 Cutting Guide, 679 Garden Tool Sharpener, Genuine Dremel Mixed Accessories (64)||Dremel 4300 High Performance Rotary Tool, Pivot Light, A550 Shield Attachment redirects debris and sparks during cutting, grinding, sanding, and polishing applications, A576 Sanding and Grinding Guide attachment for increased control during sanding and grinding applications, 565 Cutting Guide attachment turns your rotary tool into a rotary saw, 675 Garden Tool Sharpener attachment sharpens your lawn mower blade and garden tools, Storage Case for superior attachment and accessory organization, Genuine Dremel Mixed Accessories (40), Mini Case||attachments, bare-tool||attachments, bare-tool||case||case|
|Power Source||Corded electric||Corded electric||corded-electric||corded-electric||battery-powered||ac|
The Dremel 4300 is the first Dremel rotary tool to allow tool-less and collet-less accessory changes with the inclusion of the three-jaw chuck. The chuck accepts all Dremel accessory shank sizes for fast and convenient accessory changes without ever using a wrench. Featuring the all new Pivot Light, your projects are well-lit with an optimum line of sight since the light pivots to direct illumination where you want it. Experiencing the full range of Dremel rotary tool applications is easier than ever because the 4300 offers our most powerful motor with built-in variable speed and electronic feedback circuitry. And the slim, ergonomic body design provides a comfortable 360-degree grip zone no matter how you hold it for extended ease of use. The completely redesigned airflow system lets the Dremel 4300 run cool, quiet, and smooth so completing projects are more enjoyable than ever.
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It's a very nice tool, it's just that this is on 120V, but`s we use 230V in Norway. Is it possible to get this tool on 230V?
So here is where my confusion came in. This Dremel 4300 touts it as Dremel’s MOST powerful motor which is 1.8 amps. The 400 XPR is a 2.0 amp model. ??? So that is where it starts. The currently sold model 4000 has a 1.6, and the 3000 has a 1.2. So they must be talking about only the currently sold models when they talk about this 4300 being the most powerful.
They also state that it has a Universal 3-jaw chuck for easy accessory changes and that it can be used with all Dremel rotary tool accessories and attachments. I'm not doubting that. The idea of not having to use a wrench every time you change a bit is enticing because with this type of work, frequent bit changes are common. So that is an advantage, something the 400 XPR has as well. They both have the button you press which locks the drive shaft so you can simply change the bit by twisting the collet on the end. The lesser models require the wrench.
I do want to say that I am not into yey this and boo that, and this is no exception. The totally cool carrying case made of aluminum is a statement all to its own. If I was going to keep just one, the 4300 would be the keeper just for that alone. Then it has a lower drawer just like a tool chest. That is WAY better than the snap in accessory housings attached to the top of the box on the 400.
So how about the form and feel of the two. The 400 XPR and the 4300-9/64 both tout 35,000 RPM's as their max speed. (They are variable speed) However when you run them the new 4300 has an obviously faster run speed. Running them both at the same time in order to dial down the faster speed of the 4300 you simply move the variable speed dial until you match the speed of both Dremel’s. The 400 is actually running at 30,000 so the 4300 wins in that regard as well.
Just as an aside when you go out in a cabin cruiser on the water with twin motors you can finely hear any variation whatsoever in the matched RPM's of the motor. If they are close you get a very slight oscillating between the two. Just the same you can perfectly match these two. Now whether the 4300 actually goes to 40,000 RPM's or not I am not sure, but all I am certain of is that they match one another when the 4300 is dialed down to 30k instead of 35. So the 4300 has it beat with faster RPM’s.
So how else do they compare? I must admit the 4300 appears to be a more heavy duty type of motor because instead of it spinning more like the sound of a dentist drill which the 400 does, it has a lower tone to it. When backing off by turning the switch off or when running at lower speeds the 4300 has a slight bit more vibration to it than the 400. However overall they both increase vibration at lower speeds; the smoothest setting is at full throttle.
The 4300 appears to be a little more substantially built than the 400 and both of these were premium tools. So the 4300 is a little bit heavier than the 400, enough so that you can feel the difference.
Another HUGE advantage the 4300 has is that even though it is a 3 jaw chuck as compared to the 4 jaw chuck the 400 has it has a much wider adjustability range than the 400. The 400 is good for only the standard size shaft thickness associated with Dremel’s bits. The 4300 goes all the way from the largest shaft size all the way down to totally squashed together all in one bit. In plain words if you wanted to take a tiny drill bit and insert it into the 4300 it would be fine, but the 400 doesn't allow for anything smaller than the standard thicker shaft size common to Dremel bits.
One last note I want to say is that I had a high end body shop for 20 years, and if I wanted to grind some major welds or sand a large amount of material I would be using an industrial size grinder that costs way more than the price of this entire kit. People who let their egos go above and beyond the call, try to use this Dremel for chores that go beyond its level of intending usage, thereby burning it out and then complaining because the motor went up in smoke. For example seeing the review of the now discontinued 400 one guy said he burnt up a second one, and then there was a comment on that review stating that he owned his for 9 years before the motor went. I use mine infrequently so it is not fair for me to comment one way or another. All I have to say is that mine is at least 4 or 5 years old and works perfectly.
Dremel shows you this tool cutting a steel bolt that is something like a 1/4" thick. I use a whizzy tool for that, not a Dremel. However on a Squier Telecaster the bridge barrels stick up too high and need to be trimmed down, and then ground polished around the top to get rid of their sharpness and I would not only not hesitate to use a Dremel for that. It is actually preferred. A bigger heavy whizzy tool could get away from you and chew up the bridge. So this makes a nice addition to your arsenal. I'm not planning on selling either one of them, and plan on leaving the 4300 with the dynamite looking aluminum and blue tool chest sitting out just for the bragging rights. It is way larger and more impressive than the picture.
This kit comes with an abundance of attachments and accessories. In fact, you have to be rather creative or have some unique projects in mind already to use them immediately.
Unlike my other rotary tool that requires additional tools to switch between accessories, this one is equipped with a Dremel Chuck which allows you to quickly and easily change accessories on without changing collets. It accepts accessories with 1/32”-1/8” shank.
Accessories included in this kit: abrasive wheels, drill bits, wire brushes, polishing accessories, engraving cutters, glass drill bits, cutting wheels, etc.
The secret of the rotary tool is speed. To understand its advantages you have to know that a regular portable electric drill runs at speeds up to 2,800 revolutions per minute. Dremel rotary tool operates at speeds up to 35,000 revolutions per minute! Unlike a drill, which is a low speed, high torque tool, the rotary tool is high speed, low torque tool. Operating it does not require pressure, you simply guide it.
If you are new to rotary tools, I would highly recommend reading the enclosed manual. It includes detailed, easy to follow, and extremely helpful information next to each accessory. For instance, I learned today why my wire brushes kept falling apart when I was polishing old rusty handgun parts. Excessive pressure will do it every time. Lesson learned.
I believe model 4300 all of the attachments listed in the manual, which don’t usually come with “lower number models”. The variety and purpose for each a impressive. For instance, right out of the box, the light module comes installed on this rotary tool. The module makes some hard to access and see jobs a lot easier.
Although exceptionally well-built, I recognize that the price is somewhat high. For instance, I purchased a high quality rotary tool from a famous bulk-purchase store for 1/25 of the price. As mentioned before however, Dremel comes with a lot more attachments, accessories and a great storage container which will help you keep everything safe and organized.
Lastly, the tool has a 2-year warranty and USA-based support team. And, unlike any competitor, Dremel even gives you a Skype video chat option when you need help. So, if you are looking for a solid, reliable rotary tool, look no further. There’s a reason, “Dremel” is household name for a tool of this kind.