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Old 05-03-2015, 09:17 PM   #1
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Multiblades Done?


Hello,
Just went to Multiblades.com to re-up on my multi-tool blades, and found out that he quit selling them? Anybody know why or if he will resume? I always thought that his was the best deal going.

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Old 05-04-2015, 04:28 PM   #2
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probably got bought out , by someone bigger ????

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A few years ago, Multiblades got into a legal [email protected] contest with Fein, and they won. They continued selling what I have always considered to be a superior blade at a reasonable cost
Multiblades is still in business and selling their other products, they have just discontinued the blades for the multimaster. I speculate that Fein has started something again and I hope it is a short term interruption in supply

My disappointment is that Multiblades had the most aggressive tooth I have found on an oscillating blade - these will actually cut through a piece of wood in a reasonable amount of time compared to the fine tooth blades offered by most other manufacturers

Has anybody found a reasonably priced supplier with good wood blades, something like the "Japanese teeth" sold by multiblades
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I was on there about a month ago looking to get bi-annual supply.. totally sad i couldn't get a great blade and an amazing price. I hope he starts then up again.
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Has anybody found a reasonably priced supplier with good wood blades, something like the "Japanese teeth" sold by multiblades
Bosch are $6 each or so in 10-packs.
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I buy bosch blades. Multiblades dont hold up.
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I buy bosch blades. Multiblades dont hold up.
I agree. Multiblades are a nice price, but by the the best blade I've ever used is the Bosch carbide blade. I've been running one on the saw for probably a month now with plenty of use for both wood, metal and drywall and it's still going.

http://smile.amazon.com/Bosch-OSC114...bide+omt+blade
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Bosch are $6 each or so in 10-packs.
where do you get them for that price ???
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where do you get them for that price ???
Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/Bosch-Accessor.../dp/B00TODXZV0

Looks like the price went up, it was $62 a month ago, but they have a 20% off coupon to knock it back down.

The Japanese tooth ones are even cheaper.

http://www.amazon.com/Bosch-Accessor...dp/B00TODY0AA/
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How do the bosch blades do with burning? I've tried about every blade out there and it seems if I'm cutting through more than 1/4" material I just have to put an exhaust fan on, squint my eyes, and burn through it. I use my oscillating saw so much I'd be willing to pay $15 a blade if it meant not turning my clients house into a fire pit
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The Bosch blades are very nice. I never had an issue with a good blade.

I gave my MM to my daughters future ex-finace. I now use the Vecturo, the tool and blades are far superior to the MM.

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I gave my MM to my daughters future ex-finace.
what? How much time until he's gone?
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August 15th, the day they get married. Unless they call if off by then (I doubt this will happen). Either way he's an ex-fiance.

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The Bosch blades are very nice. I never had an issue with a good blade.

I gave my MM to my daughters future ex-finace. I now use the Vecturo, the tool and blades are far superior to the MM.

Tom

How would you compare the Festool blades to the Bosch blades? Did you ever get a chance to use the carbide tipped Bosch? Best blades I have ever used by a long shot.
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The Festool blades are holding up real well.

Don't recall using the carbide tips. The regular Bosch blades were my favorite for the MM.

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I bought some on amazon for 2.49...work fine . we killem any way

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