|Item Weight||0.64 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.66 x 3.87 x 5.42 inches|
|Item model number||MM485B|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Flush cut blade(3)|
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Dremel MM485B Carbide Universal Quick-Fit Flush Cutting Oscillating Tool Blades, Pack of 3 – Multi-Tool Accessory
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- High Performance carbide teeth provide up to 30X life in hardened materials vs. standard bi-metal oscillating blades
- Dremel multi max oscillating Universal Quick-Fit accessory system fits Bosch, Makita, Milwaukee and Rockwell
- Ideal materials to cut include soft wood, hard wood, drywall, wood with nails, conduit board, copper pipe, pipe, and metal
- Universal Quick Fit System for fast accessory changes
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Dremel MM485B Carbide Flush Cutting Blades, Pack of 3
The Dremel MM485 carbide flush cutting blade is the first oscillating cutting blade with high-performance carbide teeth. Now users can cut hardwoods, nails, screws, stainless steel bolts, galvanized pipe, plaster and lathe, cement board, fiber board, sheet metal, slate, ceramic wall tile and more. Its wide 1-1/4 In. blade speeds through long cuts and can make plunge cuts up to 1-11/16 In. deep. Universal quick-fit system allows this blade to fit nearly every Oscillating Tool on the market.
- Carbide tooth blade material for high-performance hard material cutting applications
- High performance flush cut blade—provides longest life and fastest cut of all Dremel flush cut blades
- Universal Quick Fit System for fast accessory changes
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The Dremel MM485 Carbide Flush Cutting Blade is the first oscillating cutting blade with high-performance carbide teeth. Now users can cut hardwoods, nails, screws, stainless steel bolts, galvanized pipe, plaster & lathe, cement board, fiber board, sheet metal, slate, ceramic tile and more. Its wide 1-1/4-Inch blade speeds through long cuts and can make plunge cuts up to 1-11/16-Inches deep. Universal Quick-Fit system allows this blade to fit nearly every oscillating tool on the market.
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Perfect for cutting outlet holes in drywall for retrofitting electrical to get a clean cut & not do dull.
I won't get the benefit of 3 blades, I put them in my multi tool bag & found that one of then broke half the blade carbide teeth tip off. I was sad about that as they are not cheap. I tossed that blade as it was useless, but the blade life of the others is excellent. Carbide is a very hard, but brittle material so I guess it happens.....
I would not try to use it for cutting much wood, as the blade pitch & tooth profile is not ideal for this, but if you need to cut some wood, or a nail holding an electrical box inside a wall, or anything similar, they are perfect. Pure wood cutting, go & get a proper dedicated wood blade, it would be a better choice.
Use the right tool for each job!
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When used correctly these blades will cut most metals, including cast iron, and can last a long time if cared for. As mentioned, it is important to let the saw do the work and not push them. Note also that they are not really suitable for tile or grout, and one should use the specific carbide granule grinder tile/grout blade for tile work.
These carbide tipped saw blades work far better and last far longer than the normal Bi-metal blades so their extra cost is worthwhile. I use nothing else in my oscillating saws at work for wood, plastic, metal nails and screws.
EDIT: 3/25/2015 - I just finished replacing several 2x6 deck boards using one of these blades to cut 25 or more HDG 12d nails. The blade is still sharp. My last blade lasted for over 1 month of continuous use. I just took it slow and didn't let the blade heat up.
Edit: 12/4/2015 - After using the Bosh brand of Carbide toothed blades for the last couple of months, I have found that these Dremel blades seem to be slightly more durable than the Bosh ones. The Dremel blades are 30% cheaper. So I am moving back to using these Dremel blades full time. Excellent value for your oscillating saw.
These new carbide blades not only are cheaper per blade, but last probably 20x longer. I've been able to cut through wood, screws, finishing nails, drywall, plastic, hardwood flooring... and I can't even see wear yet on the first blade's teeth. Awesome value and durability.
The only negative I'll give is that the tooth design while incredibly strong, isn't the fastest for cutting through hard materials. I don't mind too much however since I don't think I'll have to buy another blade this whole year.
Had a small DIY project for this blade, I made a square cut for a door strike plate, on steel door frame, which was backed by cement. Steel frame was around 2 mm thick, so it was difficult to cut without touching the cement backing. This blade made the cut, as soon I saw cement dust, I stopped plunging. See the pictures of the cut, and the before/after picture of blade. Items looks like there's no wear whatsoever. So, it's good durable product! Very happy with the product. There are some other brands blades which claims can cut wood with nails, but the teeths wears out so fast you can see by eye its blunt after usage.
Used on Bosch Multi Oscillating tool 250 watts (1 Amp) on lowest speed setting.
I did have a little trouble at first with the blade slipping in my Rockwell Sonicrafter F30, but tightening the head took care of that issue.
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Teeth not just a fake look way better then the
same basic blade dremel give you with the kit
Just do the test take a piece of copper tube
and make a pass with a basic one and another pass with the carbide blade and you'll see the teeth beginning to diseapear on the basic one and if you're not sure about the teeth of the carbide just take a steel brush to clean the blade and you'll see that the teeth are like new
That's what i do the keep the blade in top shape kuz when you never clean the blade it's gonna heat up and you worn the blade faster
(Just a tip ).....
I bought these to replace bi metal wood/metal blades that came with the PC tool which in my experience do not work for cutting screws.