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I have been a fan of Dremel since they brought out their (now old fashioned) first multi-tool which came in a grey plastic case and only a few bits. Since them Dremel have added more and more bits and additions to their kit which just slot into the chuck and turn the tool into pretty much anything you need.
Obviously the Dremel is for fairly light jobs or a "hobby tool " but I have also used mine on my car to grind off bits of rusty metal before filling. The main useage that mine gets is for inlay work on musical instruments and this is where this tool really excels.
Light enough to use for a long time without having wrist ache, the Dremel 4000 is a versatile and brilliant tool to have around the house. Excellent for precision and detail working ( ie engraving), it can also be used as a mini-drill (I use this a lot to drill holes in violin pegs). The Dremel 4000 also excels at polishing and buffing wood, metal or stone.
There are all manner of add-ons for the dremel including drill press which turn this into an upright drill help in a casing, router frames etc.
This model comes with 65 accessories ( which will include carving bits, sanding discs, grinding stones etc )
. Operating voltage: 230 V/50 Hz
· Power: 175 W
· Rotational speed range: 5000 - 35 000 rpm
· Type: 4000/4/65
· Weight: 660 g
· 65 accessories
· Separate on/off switch with integrated collet lock out function
·Continuous speed regulation
·Spindle lock for easy accessory change
This is a superb tool for finicky jobs and I cannot recommend it enough. There are many copies out there but none are as good as the real thing.
Available in large stores (b&q etc) and Amazon at an average price of £100