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10-65mm oscillating saw blades set

Categories oscillating saw blades
Place of Origin: china
Price: 0.75-25 USD
Packaging Details: plastic box, blister
Delivery Time: 35-60 days
Payment Terms: T/T L/C
Supply Ability: 1000000 sets
MOQ: 500 sets
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    10-65mm oscillating saw blades set

    The Tools

    Oscillating tool blades

    (universal mounting)

    A narrow plunge cut blade for wood and plastics etc. Ideal for floorboard lifting, cutting holes for electrical back boxes in plasterboard etc. This one is a "Bi-metal" type that can be used on composites and some non ferrous metals.

    (universal mounting)

    A wide plunge cut blade for wood and plastics etc. Uses as above - but for wider cuts.

    (universal mounting)

    This is a wood and plastics cutting plunge cutting blade. This one has larger more aggressive teeth for fast cutting. These are best suited to cutting things that are well supported and fixed, like floorboards since otherwise they tend to just catch and vibrate the work!
    Mm-scraper.jpgA Sharp untoothed scraper blade. These are designed for getting under sticky stuff - scraping glue residue, or adhesive backed plastics off hard surfaces.
    Mm-unvented-sanding.jpgA hook and loop sanding backing pad designed for the felt backed sanding pads. Note that unlike traditional delta pads these have a slight radius to each side that matches the arc of rotation of the machine. This enables you to sand right up to an adjacent surface with no risk of straying onto it, or hammering against an edge as you would with a traditional delta sander.
    Mm-vented-sanding.jpgA vented version of the sanding pad designed for use with vacuum extraction.

    (universal mounting)

    This is a depressed centre HSS segment saw for cutting woods, composite, and metals. The depressed centre will allow flush cutting, and the segment allows you to cut up to neat finish at an edge without the traditional overcut one associates with a circular blade. Note that one is better off using a round blade if this close cutting facility is not required, since the teeth near the segment will tend to wear first, and this is the most useful bit of the blade.

    (universal mounting)

    This is a flat version of the above. The flat blade can't cut flush to a surface, but can in some cases cut a little deeper. These blades are often a little cheaper than the depressed centre versions.

    (universal mounting)

    A circular HSS blade. Ideal for general cutting from any part of the blade. Note that since the tool does not rotate the blade in use, it is worth rotating it manually from time to time to spread the tooth wear around all the teeth.
    Mm-hss-broken-flat.jpgEven broken blades can be worth keeping if the mounting part is still serviceable!


    A carbide edged segment saw. These are ideal for cutting ceramics, glass, cast iron and other hard materials. Particularly good for neatly cutting holes in the middle of tiles or tiles that are already fixed to the wall - say when cutting in electrical accessory boxes, or making access to shower valves. They are also very effective for removing old grout from between tiles. For even longer life, there are diamond versions of these available.
    Mm-carbide-rasp.jpgThe carbide rasp is also a very handy tool for tilers, It allows the quick and effective removal of old set tile adhesive for example. Combined with this and the carbide segment saw, removing broken or damaged tiles for replacement becomes very straightforward.

    The rasp is also effective at removing badly flaked old paint, or putty residue from window frames when re-glazing.

    Can be used on wood for coarse shaping, or for quickly removing rotten wood from window frames etc prior to filling.

    Tool Interchangeability

    One of the disadvantages of oscillating tools is the cost of the blades, combined with the fact they are easily damaged if not treated with care (attempting to plunge a wood blade against a nail or masonry for example will very quickly reduce it to something that ceases cutting wood and attempts to burn its way though!

    The rise in availability of similar tools however has meant that blade prices have fallen, and there there are new sources of blades. Hence the question arises regarding blade interchangeability.

    Most brands produce the basic plunge cutting and scraping blades. Many also have the carbide blades. However Fein still produce the widest range of blades with some very specialist blades as well as the more run of the mill ones.

    Initial reports seem to suggest that blade quality is generally good, regardless of the source.

    MachineBlade Mounting
    Original Fein MultimasterMm-tool-screws.jpg


    The original Multimaster used a basic screw fixing for the blades without any further registration lugs or pins. The blades simply had a 10mm mounting hole that sat over the flange on the tool post, and the fixing screw with clamp plate tightended down onto them. This system allowed the blade to be installed at any angle. However it does require the screw to be securely done up with the supplied allen wrench, or the blade position can wander in use.

    One advantage of the earlier Fein machine mounting is that it allows use of all the various blade designs available.

    Current MultimasterThe current models use a quick release blade fixing system that retains a stud with a lever action mechanism. The tool post also has registration lugs that engage with notches cut around the periphery of the main 10mm mounting hole. Hence the new machines can use Fein blades, and universal blades.
    Bosch MultitoolBosch do a couple of tools, a green bodied DIY class machine that is mains powered, and a blue "pro" range cordless tool. These have a ring of registration pins that match the Bosch blade patten:


    Bosch tools can hence use Bosch blades and universal blades.

    Ferm, Powercraft (Aldi)The Ferm and Aldi Powercraft branded tool has a similar arrangement to the Bosch system but with fewer pins:


    As a result these tools can use their own branded blades, as well as Bosch, and universal ones.

    Rockworth (Makro and other places)These relatively low cost tools use the same mounting as the original Fein multimaster. Hence can use any blades.
    Universal AdaptorBoschMultiToolAdaptor.jpg

    Bosch have also produced this little adaptor - it supposedly allows Bosch blades to fit on any machine! (it may also allow other blades to be used more interchangeably (yet to be confirmed!)

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