Absolutely, they all can. Drywall (Gypsum) is a very soft material and can almost be cut with a butter knife. You can cut thru drywall with any saw or serrated knife. These blades will will make exact cuts and do it like a hot knife thru butter when attached to an multi-purpose oscillating tool.
bi-metal is for wood and nails, HCS (High Carbon Steel) is for wood and softer materials like pvc or drywall. If you want to cut nails though you should look for a titanium enhanced carbide teeth blade
The DWAO14208 is for use on all major brands so should be compatible with the Ridgid brand as well.
Hi Larry, Yes, this set is a universal fitment for use on all major brands (no adapter required)
Hi vReader, the scraper is not recommended for thinset substrate.
Yes, these will work with the bosch starlock.
Yes I have two sets use them all the time they are in very handy tight placestight places
It’s possible but not suggested in my experience with these blades, you would just dull them out really quick and they are not cheap. I would suggest a grinder or rotary tool with a metal cut wheel
Hello, I am not entirely sure. these are easily snapped on and off of the unit. no allen wrench's needed.
Redman, they have better options available like Jig saw and circular saw blades made for cutting fiber cement siding. (Hitachi 725397 4-Inch 6 TPI Jig Saw Blades For Fiber Cement Siding - 3 Pack) (Irwin 15702 Fibercut 7-1/4-Inch 6 Tooth Fiber Cement Saw Blade with 5/8-Inch and Diamond Knockout Arbor) But the Titanium blades in the DeWalt set could be used in small applications but the blade teeth will probably wear out quickly and not provide a clean cut. Hope this helps ?????