Oscillating Multi-Tool Cutters by Imperial Blades

Oscillating Multi-Tool Cutters by Imperial Blades

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These top-quality U.S.-made multi-tool blades stand up to plenty of hard use. We offer three different styles for a range of materials and applications, each with a mounting-shank design that fits many major models of oscillating multi-tools. Blades are compatible with Fein MultiMaster, Mastercraft, Bosch, Makita®, Milwaukee®, Skil®, Dremel® Multi-Max™ MM20/6300, Chicago Electric® and Ridgid® oscillating multi-tools. To mount any of the above blades to Porter-Cable®, Rockwell® or Fein SuperCut oscillating multitools, a separate adapter is required (see below). The high-carbon steel and bimetal blades have a 5/16" offset for flush cutting; sizes listed are nominal width by approximate depth of cut. Grout blades are about 3/32" thick by 2-1/2" wide and have a 1-3/4" plunge depth.
 
The high-carbon steel blades are suitable for wood and wood composites (e.g., plywood, particle board and MDF) as well as drywall and PVC. The 1-1/4" and 2-5/8" widths have an aggressive 12 tpi pattern for fast cuts. The extra-long blade has a cut depth of 2-9/16" for additional reach where access is difficult, and a less aggressive 16 tpi pattern to help reduce chipout on exposed surfaces.
 
The bimetal blades are constructed from high-carbon steel with a toothline of high-speed steel for excellent wear resistance. A coating of extremely hard low-friction titanium nitride reduces heat build-up, further improving durability. The 18 tpi pattern and wavy tooth set provide a good balance between surface finish and cutting speed. The blades are suitable for a wide range of materials, from wood and wood composites (e.g., plywood, particleboard and MDF) to drywall, fiberglass and plastics, as well as softer metals such as aluminum, copper and unhardened steel.
 
All of the above blades are sold individually or in packages of three of a single size. The bimetal blades are also available in a set of three containing one of each size.
 
The distinctive shape of the grout blades allows them to be used between tiles, for making plunge cuts, or in a rocking motion when edging up to an adjacent surface. The tungsten carbide version is suitable for grout, masonry and plaster; the diamond-coated blade can be used in these materials as well as backerboard, marble and porous concrete.