I’m working on modifying the drawings for the “Middle dremel brace,” “Lower dremel brace,” and “Lower dremel brace cap” to take care of this. I should have it finished this weekend and will upload the files.
Today i purchased the Dremel 300. I have yet to open it but looking closer at what walmart had to offer i saw the dremel 4000 which has a 1.6AMP motor and electronic feedback, compared to the 1.15Amp motor of the 300. Besides slight modification to the Z sled i think it is, does anyone see any reason why not to jump to the larger dremel for 20 bucks more? By the looks in size its the same thickness but 1.5-2″ longer. Let me know i’m tempted!
As far as I can tell, the “electronic feedback” feature is an internal control to keep the spindle speed consistent. This would be a nice feature, since the Dremel 395 that we have will fluctuate in speed if other appliances are drawing power from the same circuit.