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Prime Members: Dremel 4000 120V Variable Speed Corded Rotary Tool Kit EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has for their Prime Members: Dremel 4000 120V Variable Speed Corded Rotary Tool Kit (4000-2/30) on sale for $48.63. Shipping is free. Thanks dmenis

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  • Dremel 4000 rotary tool
  • 30 accessories
  • Two attachments
  • Carrying case
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Dremel 4000-2/30 120-Volt Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit - Corded for Price: $48.63 at amazon.com


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Every time a deal comes up for a Dremel I get very tempted to buy one, but I don't know what I would use it for.
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Great tool, very useful to have around
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will this tool cut steel?
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will this tool cut steel?
Only less than 1/8th and you'll go through a lot of consumable disks
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will this tool cut steel?
Yes, but unless you need tiny precise cuts, you'd be better off using an angle grinder with a cut-off wheel. That setup in decent quality shouldn't cost a whole lot more than this Dremel.
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I would need it to cut into stuck bolts so I can use a flat head to get them out.
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I would need it to cut into stuck bolts so I can use a flat head to get them out.
I recommend a die grinder, maybe an oscillating tool, or depending on access and size of the bolts, a simple hacksaw.
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Every time a deal comes up for a Dremel I get very tempted to buy one, but I don't know what I would use it for.
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I would need it to cut into stuck bolts so I can use a flat head to get them out.
a die grinder will do the job quicker but I've used a Dremel on multiple occasions for this same reason because of small heads on stripped bolts.
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Got one...mine is ready to bite the dust. Thanks.
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Every time a deal comes up for a Dremel I get very tempted to buy one, but I don't know what I would use it for.
Same, I bought one 2 years ago cause it was on front page. Now it's collecting dust in the garage and it's half the price of what I paid for now. =/
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Can this be used to make dadoes 1/4 deep?
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How does this compare to the "makers kit" on sale at Lowes from $99 to $39

I see the makers kit only has a 200 series dremel which is only low, high and off

this has the 400 series with variable speed.

but obviously the "add-on" included in makers kit are nice, engraver and some kind of torch thing.
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