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Dremel 6300-05 120-Volt Multi-Max Oscillating Kit

3.7 out of 5 stars 72 customer reviews

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  • Powerful 1.5 amp motor cuts through 1-1/4-inch oak door jamb
  • Compact design provides access to tight spaces
  • 10,000 to 21,000 OPM wide speed range for optimal control
  • Quick Fit feature for faster accessory change
  • Electronic feedback circuitry for consistent speed under load
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Make Multitasking Easier And More Productive With The Dremel 6300-05 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. 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. Dremel Offers Accessories For Sanding Both Bare And Painted Wood, Which Is An Ideal Practice For Restoring Worn Surfaces. The Dremel Multi-Max Offers Two Accessories For Grinding With An Oscillating Tool. The 30-Grit Diamond Sandpaper Or Carbide Rasp Accessory Allow Users To Remove Cement Residue From Raw Flooring Quickly And Efficiently. 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. Use The Multi-Max To Remove Sections Of Drywall, Install Hardwood Flooring, And Trim Door Jambs.

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Make multitasking easier and more productive with the Dremel 6300-05 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 6300-05 Multi-Max Oscillating Tool Kit includes:
  • Oscillating tool
  • MM440 3/4-inch wood flush cut blade
  • MM450 wood and drywall saw blade
  • MM11 hook and loop sanding 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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The compact Multi-Max makes for comfortable, efficient work. View larger.
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. The Dremel Multi-Max offers two accessories for grinding with an oscillating tool. The 30-Grit diamond sandpaper or carbide rasp accessory allow 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. Operation of the tool is 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; MM440 3/4-inch wood flush cut blade; MM450 wood and drywall saw blade; MM11 hook and loop sanding pad; M70W 60, 120, and 240 grit paper; storage case; and Getting Started booklet

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The included MM440 3/4-Inch Multi-Max Wood Blade is ideal for making precision cuts.


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Technical Details

Part Number 8300-02
Item Weight 4.8 pounds
Product Dimensions 15.3 x 3.9 x 10.3 inches
Item model number 6300-05
Color Grey
Power Source corded-electric
Item Package Quantity 1
Included Components bare-tool; attachments; case
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No
Warranty Description 30 day money back guarantee - 1 year warranty

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ASIN B002WTCDXO
Customer Reviews
3.7 out of 5 stars 72 customer reviews

3.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #258,981 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#174 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Oscillating Tools
Shipping Weight 4.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available November 27, 2009

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By G. Ishii on March 16, 2010
During my installation of a new screen door, I found that it wouldn't be able to close without cutting out some of the wood frame all around the door. After chiseling the jamb a little at at time, I found that I would have to cut about 1/2" off the jamb. I did one side in a couple hours and called it a night. That night I thought about the Fein MultiMaster 250 Start Power Sanding and Scraping/Cutting Tool info-mercial and how that tool could be a big help in cutting the jamb in-place since I didn't want to remove it and didn't have a table saw to cut it anyway. So, the next day I went to Home Depot and purchased the Dremel 6300-05 120-Volt Multi-Max Oscillating Kit for $109. I would have bought it from Amazon, but I wanted to finish installing the door right away.

USE: The Dremel is quite easy to use. The attachments are not quite "quick-change" since you have to use an (included) allen wrench to loosen a screw and place the "bit" under the washer and onto 12 pegs (which helps secure the "bit" into place) then tighten the screw to secure it. Cutting was fairly easy; I used the rectangular shaped wood and metal cutting tool, but it was a little difficult getting the "feel" of where it was cutting once it was into the wood a good amount. (Now that I think about it, perhaps I should have used the circular wood cutting tool or at least tried it, duh.) The tool is multi-speed (1-10) and cut through the wood pretty easily (on 8 speed).
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By Jacob on December 25, 2009
I was looking for a tool that would reduce the time it would take to remove grout from my bathroom shower. The walls and ceilings have the 4x4in tiles and the floor has the 1in tiles. The grount blade works very well. One thing to note about the blade is that you can turn it in various configurations so you can also get the corners. Excellent design. I have had no problems with the the blade falling off as per other comments. The blades are about $7 cheaper from amazon than Home Depot. The vibrating action does not kick up a lot of dust as other circulating tools and it rarely skips so you do not damage the tiles. Overall, i would definitely recommend this tool to anyone.
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By Tom on January 30, 2010
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Used it immediately upon receipt. Absolutely great tool for both homeowner and pro. DO not spend tons of cash on the "real name brand" as this Dremel version has all of the power and the tips and tools all fit both the Fein and the Dremel. I did a job that would have taken an hour trying to remove wood embedded in a window install in under a few minutes. Forget the time, the neat and clean cut and removal was great. Recommend this tool highly.
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I wasn't overly impressed with this tool. After seeing the info commercials for the heavier version of this tool I was interested. Since this version is 1/3 the price and is a brand name I figured I'd give it a try. It did just ok.. I needed to notch out a 2x4 in a wall to mount a safe. Since there was a couple of nails a circular saw wasn't a good option.. This tool struggled to cut a spruce 2x4. It was pretty slow going and trying to cut a 16d nail was a joke. Note I was using the Metal/Wood blade. I ended up using a good old chisel and hammer.. I played with it a little more in the shop and just didn't see a lot of use for it. The ability to notch out molding for cabinets, ect is probably its main purpose. That and as a make shift jam saw. Using it as a scraper or to remove thinset just doesn't seem very practical. I guess if you had a small work area and your not in much of a hurry. Really though a manual scraper works as good if not better. And a air chisel would work much better for doing tile repairs. I gave it 3 stars because I think they are a little misleading on its uses. It also IMO kicks up as much dust as any other saw. Which doesn't bother me other then it being advertised that it doesn't.. For small very specific jobs it has its place and is probably worth the hundred bucks to some.
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I bought this unit brand new at Home Depot for the sole purpose of removing the grout from my kitchen tile. The kitchen is a decent size (maybe 10ft x 20ft). I also have a cordless craftsmen multi-tool. I bought the dremel because my craftsman's batteries were not meant to be used for the amount of time I was going to need.

Fist off, the tool itself would be a fair price, had it worked for more than a day or two. The attachments are very expensive. The blade for grout was $30-35. What made the blades even more expensive was the fact that 1 blade will only cover about 10 sq foot worth of tile. I went through 2 blades before deciding that I would just use a hand grout saw for the center and use the dremel with the dull blade to chip off the grout on the sides of the tile. A ton of work. Once you've started though, there you can't just leave it how it is.

The first dremel I purchased lasted about 1/4 of the way through the project before it completely quit working. I took it back and got another, it lasted another 1/3 of the project. The third lasted maybe 1/2 an hour before it stopped. At that point, I just did everything by hand. I took the last one back to the store and told them to give me my money back. Had I known that Dremel was going to throw quality out the window and spend the money on advertisements, I wouldn't have bought the tool.

If you're only going to use it for very small projects such as undercutting door trim, or cutting a couple holes in drywall, then you may like this tool. If you plan on doing any type of grout work, or using it to chip up old thinset, go with a Fein.

I bought a Fein a few months after this project and I love it. Unlike the dremel, it will do everything it advertises plus some. The attachments for it actually last and the tool is of very high quality.
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