Despite being an older model Dremel rotary tool, the Dremel 3000 might still offer good value for money.
Below is a brief summary of the main features of the tool, as well as who it both might and might not be for.
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Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool
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Dremel 3000 Features
An electric/corded rotary tool (cord length is approx. 6 feet)
Has a 1.2 Amp, 120 volt motor
Has replaceable motor brushes
Is a variable speed (6 speed) tool, with a model that operates between 10,000 to 33,000 RPM (although some US sellers do advertise a model that has a 5,000 to 35,000 RPM range)
Uses the EZ Twist Nose Cap for bit/accessory changes
Tool is compatible with most Dremel accessories and attachments
Tool weighs roughly 20 oz
Tool has a 2 year limited warranty – however, you need to check/confirm this from the seller prior to purchasing
What Is The Dremel 3000?
The Dremel 3000 is a variable speed electric/corded Dremel tool.
What Might The Dremel 3000 Be Used For?
Mainly lighter tasks around the house, and hobby type tasks.
However, it can be used for a range of activities because it can accept and use most Dremel accessories.
Who Might The Dremel 3000 Be For?
Those looking for a rotary tool that might be more affordable than the Dremel 4000
It’s also for those who may want a good value for money and performance rotary tool, but are happy to accept the tradeoff of the tool having slightly reduced specs/performance comparatively to the 4000 series range
Who Might The Dremel 3000 NOT Be For?
Those who want a higher performance/higher spec corded rotary tool with more features from Dremel’s 4000 series rotary tool range
It’s also not for those who want a cordless Dremel rotary tool.
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