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Best Dremel Rotary Tools

Good rotary tools are often called Dremel tools. They can be used to complete a wide variety of projects, from cutting and grinding to home improvements and crafts.

To choose the best rotary tool you should seek out one that’s ergonomically designed to stay with then you should determine the specific use.

This will help identify what would work best on a particular project. It will define whether you need variable speeds or cordless capabilities or something else.

image - Dewalt DWS780

Few bits of kit are as versatile as rotary tools. They can not only cut and sand, but also sharpen and engrave. Well-respected rotary tools should offer special traits.

Dremel 4300-5/40

The Dremel 4300-5/40 Rotary Tool is made by the rotary tool masters and offers the most powerful motor in the whole Dremel line.

Its variable speeds between 5,000 and 35,000 RPM and its electronic feedback ensure it is consistent with whatever task you have in hand.

It makes it easier to see detailing or when working in recesses thanks to a pivot light. Its universal three-jaw chuck and collet system means that adding any Dremel accessory is just a snap.

There is a wide range of accessories  – 40 in total – so you don’t have to buy anything else before you get started.

Previous Dremel users will spot immediately that this is larger and more powerful than what they have handled before.

The largest improvement is the addition of on/off switches and a speed adjustment switch. These make it much easier to keep any preferred settings.

Dremel can always be relied upon for quality but some users report motor burn out. Also, the plastic threads on the attachments tend to wear faster than metal ones.

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Dremel 4000-2/30

The Dremel 4000-2/30 Rotary Tool Kit is an old stager but is still among the most popular rotary tools around. Its spindle speed is variable with a max speed of 35,000 RPM. It still equals a tool that is precise, smooth and fast for etching or tooling.

Featuring Dremel’s patented ergonomic design is good for extended use especially on projects that require high detailing.

The Dremel 4000-2/30 kit comes with a large assortment of attachments that make it capable of cleaning and engraving as well as cutting or grinding.

To make things even easier, the kit also includes an edge gauge and circle cutter. The hard plastic case helps keep all the accessories organized, while the kit is compact so it fits easily under the desk on in a cabinet for easy storage.

The only real complaint seems to be that the On/Off switch can tend to wear. This may be because of the heat that can be generated by misuse.

It’s worth bearing in mind the Dremel 4000 is not meant to be applied in industrial settings. Read a Dremel 4000 and 4300 rotary tool review.

Determining which rotary tools are in competition with the Dremel brand you are bound to come across DeWalt tools. They unsurprisingly rate highly, but even the best DeWalt circular saw is much more expensive.

Dewalt Circular Saws

DeWalt circular saws are perfect for professionals who need tools for many different cutting jobs. It does not matter how tough a job is, the performance and power offered will be more than enough.

Extensive research backs the DeWalt range, including consideration of regular professional requirements.

Circular saws cut a wide range of materials, including plastic, wood, metal, and stonework. They can come with or without cords.

DeWalt Cordless saws

DeWalt Cordless saws use batteries, which helps if you are working in tight locations. Wires and cables can get in the way and cause safety issues. This is especially the case if the power socket is in an awkward location.

Cordless circular saws are more convenient as they are portable. This means you can use them almost anywhere, even when you can’t find a suitable power supply. But, they can be expensive to buy and lose power as the battery uses its charge.

DeWalt’s Flexvolt 54v Circular Saw is a full-size cordless circular saw. It is very powerful, with a brushless motor. The contoured grip makes it easy to handle. It has an easy-to-use trigger and a push-in safety device.

Its LED placement and brightness is another stand-out feature. It helps when jobs are undertaken in a low visibility environment.

It runs on one 54v battery and is a high-powered option that is safe to use in many locations. DeWalt’s DCS570 18v 65mm Brushless Circular Saw is one of the best of its kind available.

It benefits from fast cutting times and offers very smooth cuts with very fine sawdust. It has an excellent grip. It’s worth noting that most corded saws have longer blades.

This gives them superior cutting power for cutting tough steel and masonry. DeWalt’s DWE575K Circular Saw is a good choice. It is versatile enough to cut construction materials including wood.

A high torque motor offers durability and power. It also scores well on safety. This is due to its protective hood, which can deal with extracting 95% of sawdust produced.

An extra handle adds to the safety of this tool. Low vibration leads to less hand stress, plus it enables a longer service life. For those jobs that need precise cutting depths of up to 67mm, the 190 mm blade saw is what you want.

Among the lightest corded models, is the DWE575 67mm Lightweight Circular Saw. It weighs only 8.8lb but has enough power for the very toughest jobs.

An electric brake makes it safe to use. so it’s good for beginners and novices. The saw is fast and there is not much resistance, so hands don’t suffer stress or fatigue.

This is a selection of DeWalt’s circular saws. They all offer technology and ergonomics designed and developed after extensive research.

image - DeWalt DWE575SB Lightweight
DeWalt DWE575SB Lightweight


Professionals want safe, efficient and good value tools for their work. Modern circular saws like those from the DeWalt or Dremel stables offer all the flexibility that is needed to cut through many common – and often tough –  materials.

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