|Product Dimensions||8.8 x 3.4 x 0.1 cm; 110 Grams|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||3|
|Number Of Pieces||3|
|Included Components||Carbide blade|
|Item Weight||110 g|
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EZARC Carbide Oscillating Multitool Blade Teeth for Hard Material, 3-Pack
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||8.8 x 3.4 x 0.1 centimetres|
|Item weight||110 Grams|
About this item
- Up to 30x longer lifetime with carbide teeth design
- A 'MUST HAVE' blade for tough cutting jobs on hard material
- Super endurance for hardened materials, e.g. hardened nails, metal cube, stainless steel and fiber glass
- Multi-fit interface fits on most Oscillating multi tools: Rockwell, Dewalt, Porter Cable, Black+Decker, Milwaukee,Demel (Non Quick Lock), Bosch (Non Quick Lock), Ryobi, Fein (non-starlock), Makita and more
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Traditional HCS and Bi-Metal flush cut blade can only cut soft material. Teeth are very easy to wear out when cutting hard material such as hardened nails or reinforced fiberglass.
Now you can take over your tough cutting jobs with EZARC Carbide Plunge cuttting blade:
1. The high performance carbide teeth allows you to cut through hardened nails, stainless steel, cement board, fiber glass, sheet metal, hardwood etc.
2. One EZARC carbide blade has over 30 times longer life than normal bi-metal blade
3. Cutting width 34mm make it suitable for most trimming works
4. Multi-Fit interface fit on most popular oscillating multi tools:Fein (non-starlock), Rockwell, Black+Decker, Demel (Non Quick Lock), Bosch (Non Quick Lock),Dewalt, Milwaukee, Ryobi, Makita and more
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Understand how to cut or drill into materials:
1- the harder the material, the slower the speed of the tool
2- the softer the material, the faster the speed of the tool ( except for materials that can ignite)
3- with harder materials, apply gentle steady pressure to avoid damaging the cutting edge.
4- keep material and cutting edge cool to avoid damage to both, use cutting oil and/or remove cutting tool
frequently and let material and cutting edge cool.
5- remove debris from cutting area, as the material is cut small particles of the material can interfere with cutting
and damage the cutting edge
6- gently but steadily move blade from side to side in the entirety of the cutting edge, if blade is kept in one spot
it will damage the cutting edge in that spot.
7- schedule extra time to cut hard materials, hard materials take longer to cut, if you try to rush by not following
the above principles it may damage the material, the cutting edge and result in a poor cut.
Use this blade for the appropriate material using the above cutting principles and it should be fine.
If cutting a material that may be too hard for this blade you may want to consider a tungsten carbide blade.
I used this blade to cut 1/4 inch bolts (steel) without any problems or visible damage to the blade ( I used the above cutting principles).
I'm happy with this item and the seller.
Reviewed in Canada on 24 November 2020