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RIDGID JobMax 3-1/2 in. Steel Flush Cut Blade
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JobMax 3-1/2 in. Steel Flush Cut Blade

$19.97 /each

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Ridgid introduces the Ridgid 3-1/2 in. Steel Flush Cut Blade. This blade is designed to fit most multi-tools. This versatile flush cut blade can make both straight and plunge cuts which is ideal to use to cut door jambs and for metal applications. To learn more about Ridgid tools go to Ridgid.com and check out us on social media. See below for more information on this tool.

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  • Fits most multi-tools
  • Aggressive tooth design for fast cutting and also cuts through nails
  • Ideal for straight cuts in baseboard and drywall
  • Steel construction with a high-speed design

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would a steel ridgid job max metal flushcut ridgid blade cut through tin roofing metal. If so how good are the cuts?

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Iaeger, w.v.
October 23, 2012
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If I were to cut a metal corrugated roof i would not use an oscillating type tool, but instead use a nibbler or electric shears for a clean 'no burr' cut or if the opening is large use either a 71/4 circular saw with metal blade or 4 inch grinding tool with metal blade. Note:the grinding tools leave sharp edges and with especially the circular saws wear full face protector and leaver gloves with shirt Read More
If I were to cut a metal corrugated roof i would not use an oscillating type tool, but instead use a nibbler or electric shears for a clean 'no burr' cut or if the opening is large use either a 71/4 circular saw with metal blade or 4 inch grinding tool with metal blade. Note:the grinding tools leave sharp edges and with especially the circular saws wear full face protector and leaver gloves with shirt with long sleeves. Read Less
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January 15, 2014
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We used it for old metal siding and it worked fine and the cuts were mostly clean but that could have been the user as well.
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The blade can be used to cut through the occasional nail , but is mostly designed for use on base molding/wood and sheet rock. You could possibly get some cutting done with it on tin roofing, but it is not really the right tool or blade for that type of application. The quality of cut would be based on how stable you can hold the tool while in use.
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metal cut depth?

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November 14, 2015
will this blade cut 1/4 in angle iron???
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November 15, 2015
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Thanks for considering Ridgid. Yes, you should be able to cut 1/4 inch angle rod.
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JobMax 3-1/2 in. Steel Flush Cut Blade is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 22.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I have been disappointed with these types of blades from my first Dremel all the way to my curren... I have been disappointed with these types of blades from my first Dremel all the way to my current Ridgid tool they never seem to cut wood or metal quick enough for me and they wear out very quickly for the cost that being said they do work well on drywall and soft woods.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It broke It broke was holding the tool and dropped it from waste and it broke the blade in half and it was a brand-new blade other than that it works good
Date published: 2016-12-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool, easy to install. One small problem; I think... Great tool, easy to install. One small problem; I think the metal is a bit soft. Wears out to quickly
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Long lasting blade. I have used it for sheetrock and wood trim, it out performs all others Long lasting blade. I have used it for sheetrock and wood trim, it out performs all others
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just as described. Works just as good as the original one that came with my multi tool that broke.
Date published: 2016-11-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Drywall, thin soft material. Cuts through drywall and soft materials with ease but seems to dull fast, especially on plaster. Sits there and creates a lot of smoke on 1/2 + plywood. Works fine on 1/4 inch until the blade dulls. Great blade for things like dry wall and soft wood.
Date published: 2016-02-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great....till it breaks When I first started using this blade, I loved it. The first two blades each lasted close to a year before they became too dull to use any more. Sometime back, I noticed that Rigid had changed the design and it was all downhill from there. I use my multi-tool to cut drywall on a regular basis and have had to replace this blade 5 times since the beginning of the year. It keeps cracking. As a professional, I know how to use one of these in such a way that I am not torquing it from side to side. No matter, it still cracks. This is the first negative review I have ever written for any of my Rigid purchases (rotary saw, tile saw, cordless drill, etc). The only saving grace for this has been the Home Depot return policy. I see the other positive reviews for this and wonder if something is going on with the multi-tool that is causing the blades to break. Any feedback on this is welcome.
Date published: 2014-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from cut blade Bought the tool at Home Depot and was glad you had supporting replacement parts in the store
Date published: 2016-03-16
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