The Dremel 4300 is the first Dremel rotary tool to allow tool-less and collet-less accessory changes with the inclusion of the three-jaw chuck. The chuck accepts all Dremel accessory shank sizes for fast and convenient accessory changes without ever using a wrench. Here is what I love about this Dremel 4300 Rotary Tool.
Model # 4300-5/40
Cord Length: 6ft
Speed: Variable (5,000 – 35,000 RPM)
Warranty: Limited 2 Years
Height: 2″ –
The 4300 comes with an assortment of cutting, polishing, grinding and sanding attachments.
Quick connects and tool-less attachments make it ready for quick on the go tasks.
The 4300 comes with four tool-free application attachments.
A multi-purpose cutting kit makes it easy to cut out utensils while being stabilized by the base, with a depth specific gauge setting.
The new featured Pivot Light allows for projects to be well-lit with an optimum line of sight. The light pivots to direct illumination where you want it.
My favorite attachment, the gardening/sharpening tool, fits a specific sharpening stone with an angle specific resting base. This makes for effortless and consistent sharpening angles.
The sanding/grinding guide with a depth specific gauge, allows for a perfect 45 degree grinding bevel.
Shield Rotary attachment
The completely redesigned airflow system lets the Dremel 4300 run cool, quiet, and smooth, letting the tool rest in your hand while being in full operation.
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