Dremel 4000 Real User Review – Comes with various different kit accessories – How to & Review

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ToolSelect.com puts the Dremel 4000 Rotary Tool into the hands of 12C Welding and Fabrication to get their real user review of this rotary tool. For more information on this product or other unbiased real user reviews, visit us at http://www.toolselect.com

Comments

Jesse Leppert says:

‘All this stuff looked kind of weird, so I didn’t bother with it.’ He’s so well versed in tools. Very pro.

Nico Damianou says:

Like 100 uses for the Dremel 4000 in 5minutes. Im a Boilermaker so I want more ideas how I can apply it to the workshop and steel work.

Alan Thomas says:

I’m using this tool probably very differently than most. I do some occasional leather work. It’s full grain cow hide, so it’s very thick. It’s very difficult to punch through one layer, let alone 2 or 3 layers of full grain leather. I use this, a small drill bit, and the Dremel 220 work station as a drill press to make the many holes required to sew pieces together. It’s very helpful and saves my hands, back, and eyes from the terror of manual punching. Some purist may not like it though.

tacopizza2003 says:

Would be nice if it still came with the hard case. Even though it’s still pictured on the box, it now comes with a soft pouch/bag instead of a hard case..

ToolSELECT.com says:

What specific information were you looking for?

ToolSELECT.com says:

Thank you for sharing your application with this tool also.

Danté Smith says:

Sorry but this guy didnt know anything! I dont know why i watch the hole thing…

jim pincollector says:

good stuff thanks for the review! I just got mine as a gift and have no exact idea what to do with it…

NITROUSINJECTEDFISHY says:

i got my 4000 about a week ago and i’ve already used it on half a dozen metal and woodworking projects. If you find yourself in need of a small grinder/cutter or sander very often, this is the tool to own. To me it was very easy to set up.

victor yp says:

muy bueno vuestros analisis sobre herramientas me ayudaron mucho y me sacaron de dudas saludos desde peru

Shubham Dhake says:

I have different hobbies that includes a lot of cutting and sanding. After how much time or after how much work ,i need to change the cutter/ respective attachment..?

MidgetManMichael says:

dremel 7300 better

1stfloorguy says:

are you sure you ask pros?

sunset.climber says:

I like the actual perspective. Practical minded review, and a genuine opinion. Thanks!

Larry D Nance Jr says:

I wasn’t looking for anything specific except browsing YouTube for reviews of the Dremel 4000 as I’ve been thinking of getting one.

I guess my issue is that this is a tool review and this person didn’t really try out all the accessories because they didn’t fit his needs and the things he did try what I gather from his explanation was it is “tricky” to use or setup.

Larry D Nance Jr says:

Review was less than informative. Waste of nearly 6 minutes viewing time. Why review something you haven’t effectively used the features of the tool.

Stratton Foster says:

Which one do you guys think would be better the dremel 4200 or the dremel 4000

Peter Brazeal says:

“you don’t always use it but when you need it, it’s there.” I’m sold

Replayability says:

Excuse me, sir. You have a glob of something under your bottom lip. I’m guessing that it’s marshmallow, ice cream, or a tumor.

SCAREDBANANA says:

If the cutting wheel wears down after couple inches your doing it wrong.

Mick Jones says:

I believe the Dremel 4000 was the first “power tool” I ever bought. I got it back in 2009 and I only used it once lol

ToolSELECT.com says:

Nitro thank you for sharing your experience with this also.

Ann Parker says:

Tim, you offer nothing in your videos. This doesn’t even begin to explain to the person just taking the dremel out of the box what it can do or HOW to use it (considering you are advertising “how-to”). This is a video letting the public know how it works for you.

ToolSELECT.com says:

Thanks for your input. We are always interested in knowing what information we should try and include in our reviews. These are real people doing reviews so we try to draw out information without telling them what they have to say. You can also get more information specific information in the community section of our Website. Many of the members are professionals who have or are using these tools. We always need people like yourself to participate so hope you will join us.

Tripnotyst says:

yeah using a dremel for cutting

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