Model#: DRLNMM485B
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Dremel MM485B Universal Carbide Flush Cut Blade (3-Pack)

  • Dremel MM485B Universal Carbide Flush Cut Blade (3-Pack)
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The Dremel MM485 Carbide Flush Cutting Blade is the first oscillating cutting blade with high-performance carbide teeth. Users can now cut hardwoods, nails, screws, stainless steel bolts, galvanized pipe, plaster and 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. Dremel's Universal Quick-Fit system allows this blade to fit nearly every oscillating tool on the market.
Features:
  • Carbide tooth blade material allows for high-performance hard material cutting applications
  • High performance flush cut blade provides the longest life and fastest cut of all Dremel flush cut blades
  • Universal Quick Fit system allows for fast accessory changes
Includes:
  • (3) Universal Carbide Flush Cut Blades - MM485B

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Quantity: 3

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Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Carbide blades are the way to go.
I've been installing hardwood flooring in older homes which have the baseboard molding that does not come off easily without damage. So on the first job I did I decided to cut the baseboard in place using an oscillating tool. The wood blades were fine until they hit the old plaster then they dull out. I was at a trade show when I saw the Dremel carbide and have been using them ever since. They give a very good cut in the wood and when I hit the plaster behind they still cut very well. They are probably the same blade, but I like the Dremel over Bosch.
November 13, 2014
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
ADVANCED BLADES
This blade is very similar to carbide circular saw blades - very slow to dull. I'm in my 50th year of carpentry/remodeling. We recently used these blades to take apart a 150 year old stairway without damage. We have successfully renewed the blades using a diamond disc in the Dremel. These perform much better than bi-metal.
November 18, 2014
Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Tough but did not cut into ceramic material
I had purchased it to cut some tabs on a toilet lid but found that it was not sharp enough to do the job.
Had to use a diamond wheel to make the cuts. For other softer materials, it did well.
July 3, 2015

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