Intro to my new tool. The Dremel 4000. A lot of tool in a little package.
Attaches here somehow I don’t know!!! wow
I can relate: “and that’s just a buddy at work telling’ me that so I don’t really know if that’s really true or not. “
You sound like Kenny powers. subscribed
@DentonRCdriver ya, same…
mine also came with no quick start guide or any instructions what so ever.
I have one. It’s shit.
the handle is screw exactly where you hold it at 8:00
@loboismael21 more like danny mcbride and dremels are awesome!
Yes!.. Accept Jesus Christ today and get your free Dremel 4000 in heaven!
It is too use full machine. For everyone
Hi where is the tool made?? Can you look at the sticker and tell me. Thanks
dremel is awsome but now im hook on buying parts for it..lol….gr8 video
dude can u sharpen a 1095 steel knife with that??? or any knifes?
is it better than 300?
Also the support bar is is called the dear aloes grip
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz. My god dude enough with the paper work, box, and bag; that took 10 minutes.
The order form and price Guide is for the bits and weeks you may need
um it don’t solder
here is the grip for it.. Dremel A577 Detailers Grip Attachment Kit, SGS3-A577-N
mine came with a case to store it in
Let’s see here…this paper says “WARNING: Serious Injury…” Blah…trash. This paper says “Death may…” Blah! boring…trash. OH! product warranty info. Cool. I’ll save this. LOL Love it!
does it cut good
fuck get the fucking thing out of the box
Appreciate the video’s for sure, my Dremel just died on me a few weeks ago and I haven’t had the cash to get a new one so I picked up one at Harbor Freight for 10 bucks. Well, let’s just say that Harbor Freights dremel is just fine, for doing scale models….but the accesories it comes with are worth the 10 bucks for sure.
If you were going to do engraving, you would probably use the flexible shaft.
he sounds more like kenny powers. He owns a dremmel 4000, you shut up.
Which is better a dremel 4000 or a dremel 300?
good introduction. Especially since the instructions that come with the kit are not that comprehensive. Thanks.
@csgforme so did your dad
7 minutes before we see the actual tool lol
i use this to finish my ar15 80% lowers,works great if you dont have a drill press.
if you really like the rotary tool you should also check out the foredom flex shaft which is a step above this but will last you longer and has even more attachments to add to it and you can use your dremel tool attachments cause flex shaft has chuck like a drill so your not loosing use of what you already have.
yes you can set a handle
nice feeling comfortable with precision
i have, i use it and it’s a good thing to buy.
mine come with a complete set of accessory in a hard case with handle
Very, very, and very informative and useful. Thank you VERY much.
Thanks for the video. My son just got me one Xmas.
I bought mine Dremel 300 for 104$. Totally worth it!
I want this tool!! does it work with drills of 1/32 and 1/64? or I need to buy an accesory to do that?
I don’t think he watched the video. I can ask and get back to you.
I got a super nice case with mine that holds the tool and all the accessories.
Mine came with the wrong size fucking cullet. Like none of the drill bits fit.
All I need is a dremel with a cutting disk to cut a stainless steel sink stopper to make a mini backpacking stove for sterno and to cut tin cans to make a Hobo stove. Does anyone have a recomendation?
i love his whole “safety” thing, i thought that was funny. lol, if youre told to be safe than it shows that you have no common sense. im actually 16 years old and im begging my dad to buy me one.
Where can I find one of these? Brand? Does it have a cutting blade that will cut thin stainless steel like from a sink drain? I want to make a stove for my sterno. I need to cut the bottom out of the sink drain (stopper) and enlarge the holes around the side.
funny and informative. Thanks for the info!
He sounds more like Kenny Powers (Danny McBride)