|Item Weight||6.45 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||17.2 x 4.2 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||MM4005|
|Size||Pack of 1|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||oscillating tool|
|Warranty Description||Limited 2 Years|
Dremel MM40-05 Multi-Max 3.8-Amp Oscillating Tool Kit with Quick-Lock Accessory Change Interface and 36 Accessories
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- High-performance 3.8 Amp motor for the most demanding applications
- Quick-Lock for tool-less and secure accessory changes
- Quick-Boost - maintains constant speed throughout toughest applications and materials
- Quick-hold - magnetic flange holds the accessory in place for easier accessory changes
- Up-front on/off switch – for one-handed use and maintains speed setting
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Cutting – Whether flush cutting baseboards to install new flooring or cutting out drywall to install a new light switch, Dremel has the perfect blade to tackle any cut. Choose from a variety of Dremel Multi-Max cutting blades for your toughest jobs.
Scraping and Grout Removal
Highest power in its class
Now available in 3.8 amps for tackling the toughest applications.
No tools required for secure accessory changes.
For optimal performance and control in a variety of materials.
Separate On/Off Switch
Retains speed setting for ease of use.
What's in the Box?
Cutting: MM480 Flush Cutting Blade, MM482 Flush Cutting Blade, MM450 Wood/Drywall Blade, MM435 Drywall Jab Saw.
Grout Removal: MM502 1/16 inch Grout Blade.
Scraping: MM610 Flexible Scraper.
Sanding: MM14 Hook and Loop Pad, MM70W Sandpaper sheets for wood (x15), MM70P Sandpaper sheets for paint (x14).
- Dremel Multi-Max MM40 Oscillating Multi-Tool.
- 36 Accessories
- 1 Hard Carry Case
|Mechanism||Patented Crank||Traditional Fork||Traditional Fork||Traditional Fork|
|Speed Modes||Hyper & Variable||Variable||Variable||Variable|
|Accessory Changing System||Quick Lock||Quick Lock||Integrated Wrench||Allen Wrench|
|Oscillating Angle||5 degrees||3.2 degrees||3.2 degrees||3 degrees|
|Integrated Control Foot||✓|
|Electronic Feedback Control||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Separate On/Off Switch||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Weight||4.45 lbs||2.9 lbs||2.7 lbs||2.7 lbs|
The Dremel Multi-Max MM40 oscillating tool is equipped with a powerful 3.8 amp motor, also coupled with 3.2 degrees of oscillation, which makes it the highest AMP rated tool at the 129 price point. In addition to the amps, the new kit offers 36 accessories offering customers a 115 value, as well as the quick change feature and you have one of the best oscillating tool kits in the market place!.
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Like some, I've got a fair number of gadgets, almost all of which were purchased as needed. Unbeknownst to me, I've needed this thing MY WHOLE LIFE.
Over the weekend, I began installing some floating floors in an older country home that flooded some twenty years ago. While moving appliances around the laundry room, I encountered several soft spots in the subfloor. Looks like the old subfloor, which is now collecting moisture and rotting, was just covered over with plywood and is taking it with it, too. I now had half the floor ripped up, staring at dirt that is usually home to armadillos, snakes, and who knows what else. Needless to say, I haven't been that thrilled with the task ahead.
Then steps in this cool little device. Now, I'm sure there are more powerful and capable oscillating tools on the market—this is my first time using one*—but the MM40-05 promises to do things that I had been dreading, with aplomb. I can barely stand to not have it in my hand as I write this. My get-up-and-go just got up and arrived alongside the UPS guy.
Nothing beats the right tool for the job. However, few tools have ever been so right as this.
* I mean, duh...
It's bulky, requiring 2 hands for use on many things (I say this as a robust 5'6 woman of 120 lbs who regularly does manual labor/yard work). The blades tends to heat up very fast and burn marks into wood/melt plastic. It's just not a necessary tool in this size. it's too big to use on craft projects and too weak (with too flimsy of blades) to use on most home DIY projects. The only things that I have found it to be most useful on are also things best done by other tools cheaper than this version of the Dremel. I suggest go for a smaller handheld Dremel with a range of use on crafts as well as modest DIY projects, and spring for power tools as needed. But definitely don't frustrate yourself with this hulking thing.