Dremel 4000-4/34 Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit – Engraver, Polisher, and Sander- Perfect for Cutting, Detail Sanding, Engraving, Wood Carving, and Polishing- 4 Attachments & 34 Accessories , Gray

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VERSATILE ROTARY TOOL KIT: Includes 4000 corded rotary tool, 4 attachments, 34 high-quality Dremel accessories, plastic storage case, and accessory case

HIGH PERFORMANCE MOTOR – Provides maximum power and performance at all speeds. Variable speed (5,000 – 35,000 RPM) and electronic feedback circuitry for consistent performance even in the most demanding applications

INNOVATED AIR FLOW SYSTEM- Ventilation mechanism helps prevent heat build-up for smoother, cooler, and quieter operation

SLIM AND ERGONOMIC BODY – 360-degree grip zone for added comfort and grip during extended use

SEPARATE ON/OFF SWITCH AND SPEED DIAL – For the perfect speed every time

34 VERSATILE ACCESSORIES INCLUDED: Ideal for DIY or crafting projects like sanding, grinding, cutting, carving, polishing, and drilling.

4 ATTACHMENTS INCLUDED – Multipurpose Cutting Guide, Sanding/Grinding Guide, Circle Cutter/Straight Edge Guide, and Detailer’s Grip

2 Years warranty

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4000 Rotary Tool, Dremel4000 Rotary Tool, Dremel


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EZ Twist Nose Cap

Integrated nose cap wrench allows for fast accessory changes

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Accessory and Attachment Compatibility

Can be used with all Dremel rotary tool accessories and attachments.

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AMP1.6 amp with Electronic Feedback

Superior performance that auto adjusts power and speed as needed.

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Variable Speed Control

For maximum accessory versatility and precise tool control. 5,000 to 35,000 RPMs

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6 Speeds

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Speed Range

5,000 – 35,000

5,000 – 35,000

5,000 – 35,000

15,000 & 35,000

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Electronic Feedback

Soft Grip

Separate On/Off Speed Control

Replacement Motor Brushes

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What’s the different between the Dremel 4000 & the Dremel 3000?

The 4000 features a separate on/off switch. The switch also prevents accidently activation of the shaft lock button. The separate Variable Speed Control dial on the 4000 can also be adjusted in 1000 rpm increments.

What is Electronic Feedback Control?

Electronic Feedback control is designed to bring the tool back to the selected speed when the accessory meets the materials. This feature helps prevent the tool from stalling, particularly at lower speeds.

What applications are the 4000 well suited for?

The 4000 is designed to be a tool that will work as well for heavy duty applications as it does for the lighter duty uses

Does the 4000 work with Dremel rotary accessories?

Yes, the tool is compatible with all Dremel High Speed rotary tool accessories. The collet included in the kit accommodates accessories with a 1/8″ shank.



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‎1.3 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎15.25 x 10.15 x 3.75 inches

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Is Discontinued By Manufacturer





‎38 Piece Kit



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‎120 Volts

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Included Components

‎(1) 4000-4/34 High Performance Rotary Tool Kit

Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?






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#2,897 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement)#6 in Power Rotary Tools

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Date First Available

September 18, 2014

10 reviews for Dremel 4000-4/34 Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit – Engraver, Polisher, and Sander- Perfect for Cutting, Detail Sanding, Engraving, Wood Carving, and Polishing- 4 Attachments & 34 Accessories , Gray

  1. BMT

    I have never owned one of these and its always been on my wish list. Finally my budget allowed a purchase and I am more than happy with this. I read several reviews and decided on this model rather than the one up from this. I did read that a few people were complaining about it burning out, now this is just an observation. I would suggest that when using this there is no need to press too hard, which in my view would eventually damage the unit. I have only used the sanding part of this so far and did find that there was no need to apply pressure to it, it worked perfectly! I also love the case that comes with it, there are little logos inside indicating where to put all your accessories which is very handy. I had the same problem as a couple of others have mentioned about the collet. This only comes with one. When going through what I had received I did spend sometime trying to find the collet only after reading a review did I realize it was wedged up inside the collar. Its very easy to remove just by poking through with a small screw driver. It would be an idea if this was not fitted and left loose with the rest of the accessories so people like me can find it straight away! Its a shame it only comes with one of these. Anyway I am very excited to try out all the parts to this and am amazed at all the possibilities. So glad I bought a Dremel and not one of the other makes!

  2. D. Fudge

    I am a 59 year old lifelong wood worker and DIY’er. My home shop is equipped with every tool imaginable but I have never owned a Dremel tool. I bought this tool when I had to cut some unsupported shower tile to access a leaking bypass valve. I was skeptical but it cut the tile much more easily than I had expected. The fact that it is a rotary tool allowed me to cut the unsupported shower tile without applying pressure that might have broken it. That would have been a small disaster as the shower tile is 15 years old and we don’t have any matching replacement tiles. It worked so well I have subsequently used the Dremel tool to make several cuts in drywall. I am using it this coming weekend to cut a window into the metal column of my drill press to install a counter weight for my drill press table. This tool is my new must have tool! I can’t wait to try it on some wood carving projects I have been thinking about!

  3. newyork10023

    I have wanted a Dremel for probably 40+ years. (Indeed, I have owned an attachment kit for probably 10 years that I bought at a street fair without owning an actual Dremel until now!) Finally made an excuse to buy one. The 4000 series Dremel is quite powerful. (I’ve only gotten it up to half its rated speed, and I am a bit nervous to go “full hog”.)I do regret only purchasing a starter kit with just a few attachments. I purchased this model particularly because of the case. However, the case is very disappointing. There are markings where to put certain attachments, but I have no clue how most of them would actually fit and stay where they are saying.The flexible shaft attachment looked very interesting, but I opted not to purchase it. I was unsure how to secure the Dremel itself while using the flex attachment. (And it wasn’t a huge savings if purchased at this time as opposed to later.)At this time, I only used the Dremel to expand a few holes and shave off an edge of a few pieces of acrylic: what a mess of bits of plastic everywhere. (The bathroom and computer desk are not appropriate places to work.) Definitely will look into shield and vacuum attachments if I make extensive use of the Dremel.

  4. TrueJack

    Ok so I haven’t actually used this yet for any home improvements, I mainly bought it to Dremel my large Shepherd’s nails.The battery of my other Dremel stopped charging. So instead of replacing the battery, I went with the corded Dremel 4000. I added the Flex Shaft tool to make it easier to do her nails. IMO, the added Flex Shaft tool is a must for doing your dogs nails!What’s nice is I didn’t have fight my dog to stay still. The flex shaft is like a pen, so the larger dremel isn’t right next to her. This made it quieter and easier for me to use, without the bulk and heat from the Dremel itself. (See she’s not mad at me!)I do have to agree with other reviews that the Dremel itself will heat up. Not so much that you can’t hold it but it does get warm. But again, no problem if you have the Flex Tool. It didn’t get warm at all.So far, so good. If you’re on the fence between the battery or corded Dremels, IMO, choose the cord. Maybe a little inconvenient but at least you won’t have a battery die after two paws and then eventually the battery stop charging altogether and you’ll have the expense to replace it. No worries, no rush! Take your time and go slow so your dog doesn’t have more anxiety of you worrying about a battery dying 🙂 your dog will thank you 😉

  5. Sara S.

    I have been using this model for years. I am replacing my 8 year old model that is starting to wear out (still totally works, collett was starting to get a little loose, the front bearing was getting a little noisey). This thing gets used daily, I install dozens of batteries per day and use it to clean corrosion off of the terminals as it gets in all the tight corners that traditional methods do not reach. I would like to point out that battery corrosion blows through the vents on the motor constantly, this thing is obviously rugged. I also use it for all kinds of random stuff like cutting through plastic and metal regularly. It always does the job.

  6. James Lubomski

    I cannot attest to this being the best rotary tool on the market. I can state that it has met or exceeded my expectations for every task I have completed with it.I have sharpened, cut, used it to router, burnished, polished, and drilled with this tool. I have owned a rotary saw and another manufacturers rotary tool, neither were as good as this Dremel 4000.I chose this Dremel model over others based on customer reviews I found on the Dremel website. I cannot compare this to other models, but believe this tools is equally well built as my fathers 40 year old Dremel.The “kit” included with my purchase was nice. I did need to purchase accessories day one which is okay, but a bit disappointing. The most disappointing discovery was that I needed to purchase a collar kit in order to fully use all the accessories provided. I think it would be nice if they would keep something out of the kit and replace it with the collars. My $.02.

  7. K.S.

    Husband begged me for one of these, He uses it for everything he can possibly get his hands on!So it all started when he needed to grind down a part – so he started researching and decided he needed a rotary tool. After all his reasearch he realized the best quality one on the market was this Dremel. He then started leaving me “subtle” hints – first texting me the link to the product, then ever so casually mentioning how much he could get done if he just had this one tool – followed by telling me that it was a necessity and finally explained why the tool was such a great value. Whats a girl to do? I ordered it. He then proceeded to ask me every 4 hours or so how long it would take to arrive. Well thanks Amazon for two day shipping! I handed him the box and he ran to the garage to play… I have not seen him in days – I have no idea what he’s doing with it, I just know he is happier than a tornado in a trailer park. I am going to have to start calling myself a “Dremel Widow” if anyone knows of a support group for such conditions i’d appreciate it.Dremel – Excellent Quality, This is a good quality basic set that gives you everything you need to get going. Great carry case keeps even the most persnickety organizer happy.

  8. Cupcakebunny

    I have had a Dremel 395 Type 5 that I have had for a long time. It’s really nice as 1. I am a small person, and it is a small and easy to hold tool and 2. There are a lot of house repair and crafty things you can do with it. I still use my 395 a lot, but I needed a Dremel, and it was simply too expensive to get my original Dremel sent to me. (Long story). Anyway, I got this, and had a few of my bits and accessories mailed to me so that I could work on a project.I feel like my 395 is more stable speed wise when the tool is not under load. Out of the box, the 4000 would pulse somewhat when not under load. Most of that went away after I broke in the brushes (run it for five minutes on maximum speed with no load), but it still does that a little. When under load, however, the 4000 seems to be more stable speed wise. It also seems to have somewhat more torque than the 395 has. That makes it a little easier to control. I really like that the switch and the speed control are separate. I can set the speed and turn it on and off as needed. I also like that the speed control gives an approximate indication of the speed of the tool. All you need to do is multiply the number by 1000 to get the approximate speed. I also like that the switch is right at the head of the tool so that it is easier to turn it on and off. I have mixed feelings about the rubber coating on the body of the tool. The 395 I have does not have that. The rubber coating seems to make the tool easier to grip and dampen some of the vibrations though which is nice. I have mixed feelings about this EZ twist nose cap which has an integrated wrench. I use a keyless chuck on my Dremel, so I can easily change bits. The nose cap cannot loosen or tighten this chuck. You will need the regular wrench for that. The EZ twist nose cap only works with the collet nut. I do like that the new collet nut has four faces to make it easier to use this EZ twist feature, but while I do have a full set of collets, and they can be useful in some circumstances, I don’t use them as often because I have the chuck, and when I do use them, I prefer to just use the wrench because I only use collets for more heavy duty work, and I need them to be tighter than the EZ Twist can get them. Also when the EZ Twist is used, it just seems really fiddly. It isn’t as positive as the wrench is when it is tightening the collet. It just seems to me to be a kind of gimmicky feature that could be good in an emergency, but kind of clunky in day to day use.The accessory and bits provided are kind of a fascinating selection. You get a random sampler of cut off wheels, a few small sanding discs which, even years ago, didn’t really seem too useful. They are tiny, and they don’t do a lot. You might be able to get more done hand sanding than using the little discs. The drum sander is useful, not necessarily for sanding, but for shaping and carving wood and some plastics and metal. There is also a small wire brush which can be very useful, two small grinding stones for sharpening, a cutting bit, and a small cutter. It really is a tiny, but random selection. I’m not entirely sure what the bit kit was made for. I also wonder about the choice of the Fiberglas reinforced cutoff wheels. Those are cutoff wheels I use a lot, but I use the EZ Lock version. The kind provided in the bit kit tend to eat up mandrels for lunch. I went through a number of mandrels until the EZ Lock version came out. As for the accessories, they are quite interesting. There is a circle cutter and sanding/grinding guide. I haven’t found so much use for them. They seem kind of niche use accessories. In all the time I have owned a Dremel, I have seen these accessories in the store, but they were never on my list of things to get. My 395 came with a flex shaft, and that was one of my most used accessories. I even got a new one when my original one stopped working properly.I really like the manual pack that came with this tool. The regular booklet is a lot like the one that came with my 395. I think a lot of the warnings are exactly the same. The quick start type guide was quite nice and eye catching though. It was also easy to read and understand. The manuals for the accessories (circle cutter and sanding/grinding guide) were included too, and that was helpful.I have mixed feelings about the case. I love how small and compact it is compared to the one that came with my 395. I also love how everything including accessories such as the circle cutter and sanding/grinding guide slots into place and doesn’t fall out or move around. There is even a slot for the flex shaft. The case of my 395 has a tray where you can store all your bits. This one doesn’t really come with that. This new case can only hold three 1/8 shank bits and one 3/32 shank bit. One thing I like in this new case though is that you can snap in a small case of accessories. They include one of these with it. The small case has partitions, and you can arrange small parts and some bits neatly inside. I would worry about bits hitting each other and getting chipped or dull, but I do like the way the small case holds all the small parts and keeps them organized. The case of my Dremel 395 had a small place on the bit tray where you could put small parts, but if someone bumped into you, the small parts would end up everywhere no matter how neatly you arranged them before closing the case. This small case is so much better for these small parts. I no longer have to worry about random cutoff wheels and sanding bands and disks floating around randomly in my case. I also don’t have to find small tins and containers to put them in so that I could put them somewhere so that they wouldn’t get lost. One thing I have mixed feeling about the case though is that the case uses living hinges for everything from the two clasps in the front to the hinge on the back. The case for my Dremel 395 has actual hinges made of plastic on the back of the case and clasps that are not hinged, but are springy and don’t have to bend like the living hinges do. I wonder if it will last as long as the case for my 395. I don’t feel like the living hinges are very confidence inspiring.In all, this tool seems quite nice. While there are some things that give me mixed feelings, overall, it seems quite good.

  9. Austin Mellbourne

    I got a Dremel tool with a pretty big kit for my birthday back in 2003 and it had served me on at least 100 projects until 2014 when I got a bit careless and burned out the motor. I was cutting some ABS pipe and used too much pressure, and let the RPM drop too low, which ruined the tool. This model is significantly newer, and it also the top of the line model too, and I can tell. The fact it still works with the 11 year old attachments and bits from my old kit is a huge plus. I’m not going to be stupid with this one by letting the motor burn out! Will update this review if anything breaks or doesnt work, but so far so good.

  10. Stephenie

    GET THIS DREMEL (with Prime shipping)I damaged my 7 year-old Dremel and had to replace it. Over the course of 7 years, I used my Dremel every week to grind my dogs’ nails. One dog has soft nails and the other’s nails are dense. I got my puppy 7 years ago and got a second dog 5 years ago. I tried one of the grinders marketed for doing dog nails and those are crap. Over 7 years, I ground down 2 sets of pug toenails every week. I also used my Dremel to remove a section of baseboard for bookshelf installation. So I can’t comment on many of the uses for a Dremel.When it was time to replace it, I looked for a version with a separate on/off switch from the speed knob. I also wanted one that was at least 30,000 RPM. That led to the Dremel 4000. I didn’t need the case and really only needed one sanding accessory, but that’s not an option.DON’T BUY THE UBANTE – While searching for the Dremel 4000, I noticed the cost started at $75, and that there was an UBANTE U300 with variable speed from 10,000 to 37,000 RPM. It had good reviews (4 1/2 stars and quite a few reviews). Since I use it for only one thing (dog nails), I thought it would be fine. It was not. The sanding head was either way too rough or way too smooth, and didn’t even fit snugly on any of the shafts. When I ground the dogs’ nails, the rotary tool slowed down and jerked when I touched their nails. It couldn’t maintain its speed. It also ran very hot. My poor dogs, which are perfectly calm for nail trimmings kept jerking and trying to get away. After 2 uses, the entire casing began vibrating enough to make my hand go numb. I’m throwing this unit away. I’m not even going to insult someone by giving them this. I have no idea how this garbage got a 4-star rating.BUY WITH PRIME SHIPPING – I immediately ordered a Dremel 4000. There were 2 options – with Prime for $75, and Free shipping and one-week delivery for $45 from VMInnovations. I could wait a week to trim my dogs’ nails. So I ordered the Dremel 4000 with free shipping. The order information told me that the item would arrive in 4-8 days. The same day that I ordered it, the seller indicated that the item was on its way to the carrier. Yay! I was hopeful that it would arrive in 4 days. On the 4th day, the tracking indicated that the item was on its way to the carrier. There was no change on the 8th day, but the order info told me the item would arrive that day! I didn’t have a package when I got home from work and I checked the app. The information had not changed. At 8pm, I checked it again. This time, it told me that my package was late, and that if I didn’t receive it by Saturday (day 13) that I should contact Amazon support. At that point, I ordered this Dremel 4000 for $75 with Prime Shipping. It arrived 2 1/2 days later (on day 11) and I still haven’t received the VMInnovations order. As soon as I receive it, I’m returning it.ABOUT THIS DREMEL – As soon as I got this Prime order in a timely fashion, I opened it, set it up, and used it. It was a little tricky to figure out how to put on the sanding tip that I wanted. I understood how to put the metal tip in the shaft. I’ve used a drill before – You hold down the button and unscrew the metal piece to open the inside of the tip. Then you put the metal “bit” or whatever inside it, hold down the button and tighten the piece back. The wrench helped. What took me a few minutes was figuring out how to swap the rough grit sanding circle with the medium grit one. Basically, use the handle of the provided wrench as a screwdriver in the end of the sanding tip. There’s a little screw there. When you loosen the screw, the sanding hoop piece gets loose. Swap them and tighten it. I then used it for my dogs’ nails and was super-duper happy. It worked wonderfully. The nails were done quickly and with no nervous dogs. The Dremel ran smoothly and the air that blew the nail dust seemed better on this one. I also like the separate power/speed controls. It allows me to leave it on the same speed every time.USING THIS FOR DOG NAILS – I use a variable speed setting of 22 and the medium sanding tip. This works for both of my dogs: one with dense nails that grow slowly and the other has softer nalis that grow quickly. I sit on the sofa with my feet on a stool, and lay each dog (Pug) on their back with their head away from me. They’ve been doing it for years, and are perfectly calm. Plus I always give them a treat afterwards. If you’re new to trimming dog nails, make sure you check YouTube or something to learn how to do it. Dremels are great because they don’t leave the sharp edges like clippers, and if you do accidentally cut the nails too short, they don’t bleed as long.

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