• Dremel 4485 Quick Change Rotary Tool Collet Nut Set
Dremel 4485 Quick Change Rotary Tool Collet Nut Set

Dremel 4485 Quick Change Rotary Tool Collet Nut Set

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  • Provides the optimal grip for bits offered for our rotary tool line; The collet features small identification rings around its shank
  • Contents: 1 Collet and nuts for 1/8, 3/32, 1/16, and 1 32" bits; Quantity: 4 Pieces (480, 481, 482, 483)
  • For use with all current Dremel rotary tools and 4000, 400, 3000, 398, 395, 300, 285, 275, 200, 100, 8200, 800, 780, 770, 7700, 750 except discontinued models 1, 2, and series 1 or earlier of discontinued models 260, 270 and 280, Individual collets are compatible with Flex-Shaft tool hand-pieces #235 and #237
  • Durable metal shanks for long-lasting use

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Collets are aluminum! The machined finish looks good, and I presume the pieces are made accurately enough. I was disappointed to find that the collets are aluminum, however, rather than steel or even brass. So I don't expect them to stand up to much use. My original collet on the Dremel is steel. I purchased this set for the smallest size, since I needed to hold a .032" drill bit, which it did adequately and I was able to complete my task. 3You'll need these if you plan on using Dremel drill bits. These bits came in handy for using a Dremel rotary tool with small drill bits. The rotary tool came with a collet that was far too big for the Dremel drill bits. If you plan on drilling you'll need these smaller collets. Oh and not one of these collets by itself will fit the different drill bit sizes. So don't try and buy just one collet from this set and think it will be okay. 4STRONG, Versatile, + To maximize my Dremel tools, I wanted to use every sanding, grinding and cutting attachment.. but they were all different.Enter the 4485 Quick Change Collet Kit. They work equally well on my corded Dremel 4000, or battery 7700 and 7300, allowing them to share the entire horizon of tool possibilities. I'm even considering buying a second 4485 Kit, to set up each tool, exactly as I want it. That way, I won't need to swap out collets. Each tool will be just as I want it. This collet kit is built tough, to deliver lasting strength and stability, up to 35,000 RPMs.I strongly recommend the 4485 Collet Kit. 5Fits my Dremel 7300. When I bought this I wasn't sure if it would fit my Dremel tool. It does. I have a cordless Dremel Rotary Tool. I needed a collett that would fit a smaller drill bit. These work perfectly. 5A Necessary Accessory for the Dremel A dremel is so versatile it can take all sorts of bits not originally intended for it. I have dental bits from a friend which won't fit the standard collet, that's where these come in. They adapt the dremel for almost any reasonably sized bit. I actually have two sets of these and they are sturdy and work very well. I have had them for over 30 years and never had one break or need to be replaced. They fit any dremel ever made (I have a dremel my father gave me that is numbered 3 and it fits in that one) and the only negative is they are easy to lose if you don't put them away when changing them out. 5Makes a Highly Versatile Tool Even More Versatile This Dremel Quick Change Collet Nut kit fits both my older electric Dremel and my brand new battery operated Dremel Lite which I use for jewelry making. I needed collets that would hold round cup burs with a 3/32 shaft. This is a great Dremel product for a very reasonable, very low price. Dremel does it again! 5Get both I have the Dremel model 395 (Type 5). I don't use it a lot, but it comes in very handy when it's needed. I just want to add my opinion that having both this item (4485 Quick Change) and the 4486 Keyless Chuck is, in my experience, a great idea. Both can be had for around $15. The four collets included with the Quick Change give the confidence of a snug and secure fit for a longer task, while the Keyless Chuck is very handy for a less demanding application. The Keyless Chuck is secure, but the Quick Change Kit offers an exact fit and the added confidence that goes along with that. I would suggest you, occasionally, pause to make sure both are tight when using either item. I can't think - for the combined price - of any reason not to have both in your Dremel case.My son and two friends have newer model Dremel tools. Both of these items fit these newer models (4000, and one of the 300 series). 5Just what was needed. The #4485 Nut/Collet set is what you need to use those small drill bits, and after all, isn't that supposed to be one of the main functions of a Dremel???I use two Dremels, one for drilling which uses the collets, The other for cutting, grinding, and burring which has the #4486 chuck installed.I can see why some people have trouble with the chuck and small drill bits; it's like going to yourdrill press and trying to use a little drill bit on that big chuck; not easy, and half the time youget a wobble out of it. 5Not a Quick change Kit. These fit nicely with Black and Decker rotary tool however these are not a " Quick Change Collet Nut Kit" it is just a collet nut kit for people who I think don't like the quick connect and want a firm grip for the Dremel. As for the Black and Decker? if you have a bit larger bits or need to replace your collet these should work.I uploaded a picture showing the Dremel on the bottom and the Black and Decker in the top. 5set up to fail I am constantly amazed by a) how fast these wear out and b) how expensive they are. Specifically, the largest of the collets. I don't want my bits to slip, so I tighten them down well, but I also don't want to destroy the collet in one go, so I can't tighten it too far, and the fact of the matter is that I can either have one, or the other. I wish that dremel had gone with a hexagonal or trigonal bit shaft, and a corollary chuck. Then, the bits wouldn't slip, and I don't think these wouldn't wear out nearly as fast. But in the end, I want to use my dremel, so I end up buying loads of collets, so the joke is on me because there's not a lot of other options out there for the niche that dremel fills. 3
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Collets are aluminum! The machined finish looks good, and I presume the pieces are made accurately enough. I was disappointed to find that the collets are aluminum, however, rather than steel or even brass. So I don't expect them to stand up to much use. My original collet on the Dremel is steel. I purchased this set for the smallest size, since I needed to hold a .032" drill bit, which it did adequately and I was able to complete my task. 3You'll need these if you plan on using Dremel drill bits. These bits came in handy for using a Dremel rotary tool with small drill bits. The rotary tool came with a collet that was far too big for the Dremel drill bits. If you plan on drilling you'll need these smaller collets. Oh and not one of these collets by itself will fit the different drill bit sizes. So don't try and buy just one collet from this set and think it will be okay. 4STRONG, Versatile, + To maximize my Dremel tools, I wanted to use every sanding, grinding and cutting attachment.. but they were all different.Enter the 4485 Quick Change Collet Kit. They work equally well on my corded Dremel 4000, or battery 7700 and 7300, allowing them to share the entire horizon of tool possibilities. I'm even considering buying a second 4485 Kit, to set up each tool, exactly as I want it. That way, I won't need to swap out collets. Each tool will be just as I want it. This collet kit is built tough, to deliver lasting strength and stability, up to 35,000 RPMs.I strongly recommend the 4485 Collet Kit. 5Fits my Dremel 7300. When I bought this I wasn't sure if it would fit my Dremel tool. It does. I have a cordless Dremel Rotary Tool. I needed a collett that would fit a smaller drill bit. These work perfectly. 5A Necessary Accessory for the Dremel A dremel is so versatile it can take all sorts of bits not originally intended for it. I have dental bits from a friend which won't fit the standard collet, that's where these come in. They adapt the dremel for almost any reasonably sized bit. I actually have two sets of these and they are sturdy and work very well. I have had them for over 30 years and never had one break or need to be replaced. They fit any dremel ever made (I have a dremel my father gave me that is numbered 3 and it fits in that one) and the only negative is they are easy to lose if you don't put them away when changing them out. 5Makes a Highly Versatile Tool Even More Versatile This Dremel Quick Change Collet Nut kit fits both my older electric Dremel and my brand new battery operated Dremel Lite which I use for jewelry making. I needed collets that would hold round cup burs with a 3/32 shaft. This is a great Dremel product for a very reasonable, very low price. Dremel does it again! 5Get both I have the Dremel model 395 (Type 5). I don't use it a lot, but it comes in very handy when it's needed. I just want to add my opinion that having both this item (4485 Quick Change) and the 4486 Keyless Chuck is, in my experience, a great idea. Both can be had for around $15. The four collets included with the Quick Change give the confidence of a snug and secure fit for a longer task, while the Keyless Chuck is very handy for a less demanding application. The Keyless Chuck is secure, but the Quick Change Kit offers an exact fit and the added confidence that goes along with that. I would suggest you, occasionally, pause to make sure both are tight when using either item. I can't think - for the combined price - of any reason not to have both in your Dremel case.My son and two friends have newer model Dremel tools. Both of these items fit these newer models (4000, and one of the 300 series). 5Just what was needed. The #4485 Nut/Collet set is what you need to use those small drill bits, and after all, isn't that supposed to be one of the main functions of a Dremel???I use two Dremels, one for drilling which uses the collets, The other for cutting, grinding, and burring which has the #4486 chuck installed.I can see why some people have trouble with the chuck and small drill bits; it's like going to yourdrill press and trying to use a little drill bit on that big chuck; not easy, and half the time youget a wobble out of it. 5Not a Quick change Kit. These fit nicely with Black and Decker rotary tool however these are not a " Quick Change Collet Nut Kit" it is just a collet nut kit for people who I think don't like the quick connect and want a firm grip for the Dremel. As for the Black and Decker? if you have a bit larger bits or need to replace your collet these should work.I uploaded a picture showing the Dremel on the bottom and the Black and Decker in the top. 5set up to fail I am constantly amazed by a) how fast these wear out and b) how expensive they are. Specifically, the largest of the collets. I don't want my bits to slip, so I tighten them down well, but I also don't want to destroy the collet in one go, so I can't tighten it too far, and the fact of the matter is that I can either have one, or the other. I wish that dremel had gone with a hexagonal or trigonal bit shaft, and a corollary chuck. Then, the bits wouldn't slip, and I don't think these wouldn't wear out nearly as fast. But in the end, I want to use my dremel, so I end up buying loads of collets, so the joke is on me because there's not a lot of other options out there for the niche that dremel fills. 3
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