Model#: DRLNMM485
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Dremel MM485 Multi-Max Universal Carbide Flush Cut Blade

  • Dremel MM485 Multi-Max Universal Carbide Flush Cut Blade
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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 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.
Features:
  • 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
Includes:
  • Multi-Max Universal Carbide Flush Cut Blade - MM485

Specifications

Series: Multi-Max

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Home Repair (1)
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Pros
Easy To Use
Powerful
Best Uses
Home Repair
Great blade
Will cut through anything
January 22, 2016
Does the hard work!
I am so grateful for my Dremel! I get the oscillating tool with the carbide blade a couple of years ago to take out a piece of galvanized pipe in my 80 YO house and after trying other things, it was the only thing that would fit in the tight place I had to work. Then today I had to remove the toilet in my bathroom and the only way was to cut through the bolts. Again it worked perfectly and with little effort, again in a very tight place. I honestly do not know what I would have done without this tool. Still struggling I guess.
September 1, 2017
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