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Multi-Max 1-1/2 in. Oscillating Tool Flush Cut Blade with Carbide Teeth to Cut Harder Materials

  • For use with Dremel Multi-Max tools (sold separately)
  • Ideal for cutting hardwoods, nails, screws, cast iron, and more
  • Universal Quick Fit lets the blade fit on most oscillating tools
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Product Overview

The Dremel Multi-Max MM485 Carbide Flush Cut Blade is the first oscillating cutting blade with high performance carbide teeth on the market that is engineered to cut through harder materials. Carbide teeth allows you to not only perform the same applications as a traditional flush cut blade but also can cut through hardwoods, nails, screws, stainless steel bolts, cast iron, plaster and lathe, cement board, fiber board, sheet metal, etc. Its wide 1-1/4 in. blade speeds through long cuts and can make plunge cuts up to 1-11/16 in. D.
  • High performance flush cut blade provides longest life and fastest cut of all Dremel flush cut blades
  • Fits on all Dremel multi-max tools and competitor tools with adapter
  • Highest performing flush cut blade
  • Width: 1-1/4 in., length: 1-11/16 in.

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.25
Product Height (in.)
5.5
Product Length (in.)
0.53 in
Product Width (in.)
1.25

Details

Accessory Fitment
Universal
Application Type
Cutting
Blade Material
Stainless Steel
Color Family
Black
Number of Pieces
1
Oscillating Tool Attachment Type
Blade
Power Tool Accessory Type
Oscillating Tool Accessory/Part
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

15Questions23Answers

Will this blade cut Hardie Board?

Asked by Sparky January 23, 2019
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Answers

Yes, the product is suitable for that application.

Will I get a cleaner cut with the regular wood blade for hardwood flooring?

Asked by Jc January 20, 2019
3
Answers

For further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-4-DREMEL (1-800-437-3635), Monday-Friday, 8A-5P CST.

Where do I find 3/4width flush cutter

Asked by Bruce December 22, 2017
3
Answers

Home Depot carries a Dremel flush cut blade this is 3/4 wide for the last inch of it's length.

does this blade fits dewalt brand

Asked by Tom December 5, 2017
2
Answers

Yes. Universal fit with nearly any oscillating tool.

Will this cut brick?

Asked by Judy August 21, 2017
2
Answers

Yes, Very very slowly.

Will this cut Bondo? And is there a central directory somewhere to match your blades with materi...

Asked by justinhandyman July 23, 2017
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Answers

Please contact our Dremel Customer Service at 1-800-437-3635, Monday - Friday, 8am to 6pm CST for further information.

Will it cut through a countertop made of Corian?

Asked by John June 26, 2016
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Answers

Due to the thickness of Corian, we would not recommend this application.

If I look for this blade at Lowes it is marked MM485, what is the difference between the 485 and the 485B

Asked by donniebob April 11, 2016
2
Answers

485B is a 3 pack of 485's

Will this cut thru tile

Asked by Jay4 April 5, 2016
2
Answers

Yes

Will this cut fiberglass?

Asked by Pridec April 3, 2016
2
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This blade is not the best option for this application.

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 89 reviews
  • 76% recommend this product
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Repair hole in drywall from my teenage son.
Dremel has provided me with this attached in exchange of the most honest review of their product. My son had punched a hole in the drywall in his room ( who knows over what). It was a small job but it worked quickly with easy clean up. I was Able to make 4 straight cuts in the drywall with no sweat.
by Aimeenigh
Lasted 15 min
Not even 20 minutes and in cutting into plaster and blades already dull on the carbide blade i also bought the 3 pk wood blades and same issue when cutting into wood
by Javi113
Response from ServiceNov 9, 2019
We are sorry the blades have not met expectations. We will get contact you directly to get some additional information on your applications and materials to see if we can provide some tips on extending the life of the blades.
Cuts through metal poles
Bought this to cut through 3 metal poles that were in cement. It was much less work to use this tool then dig them out. Took 2 minutes or so per pole. Blade looks a little worn though, so it got the job done, but not sure how many more it could do.
by cjc
1 person found this helpful
Not up to dremel standards - save you money
I purchased this blade last week for a small home repair. After "attempting" to cut the head off a screw, the teeth on the blade were completely worn down. I should have read these reviews first. The blade lasted less than ten minutes.
by Bbub
Response from ServiceOct 13, 2015
Were very sorry you're not satisfied with the quality of our product. We will be contacting you directly for more information.
poor choice
I should have checked the reviews instead of the video. I needed to cut a 3/8 stainless steel stud. It got through it, however it was a high price for one cut. I should have used a hack saw blade or a standard metal cutting blade it would have been more cost effective.
by mustangjet
1 person found this helpful
Durable Blade
I have a Porter-Cable multi-tool and use the blade with the adapter attachment. The blade fits tightly on the adapter and easily cut through everything I gave it. I tried it on over-sized nails in some door trim and it sliced them easily. I didn't force it just let it cut at its own rate and it went through cleanly and fast. These blades are good when cutting up old wood floorboards and wooden sills as you never know when you'll hit metal buried under the top. I've ruined more cheap blades that way with the teeth gone. It is holding up better than my other bi-metal blades with no visible teeth wear. I'm impressed and plan on using it regularly for this work. So far I'm confident it will last longer. This is one of those cases where buying a cheap blade is not inexpensive in the end.
by FXP1
Multi-Max carbide Flush Cut Blade
The carbide blade cut through 2 galvanized 5/16 inch toilet tank bolts. It actually cut most of the way through and then the bolts bent and had to be snapped off, so the cut was slightly uneven. It doesn't matter in this case because they will be covered with caps. I also liked the size of the blade, since it can make wider and deeper cuts and seems sturdy. However, it does not fit as securely as other Dremel blades. The holes are larger as well as the opening at the bottom. Even though it was well-secured, the blade would get stuck in the bolt while cutting and then slide out of the tool from the top. I never had this happen with any other Dremel blade. As for durability, it wore down a couple of teeth in the middle. Also, the motor of the Multi-Max itself overheated and died after cutting through the second bolt. If I ever get another Multi-Max, I will probably use this blade for larger cuts on softer materials but not on bolts or screws.
by bakingmom
6 people found this helpful
Great blade
Have used this blade several time's for different projects. Have cut some bamboo flooring and the door jambs. Also used tk enlarge a slot in a plastic box. Has worked well. Will buy more for my toolbag. Dremel has provided me this product in exchange for an honest review.
by Freebird730
Good for all around DIY
This blade works great for cutting wood and the occasional nail or staple you may encounter around door jams while laying flooring or other indoor projects. After using it for a couple weeks I held up fairly decent and gets the jobs done. It is a little better than the non carbide blades by Dremel but not a major improvement overall. It can cut nails and other hardened objects easier and can last a decent amount of cuts if not forced through the material. I did try to cut some rebar and it barley got through a single cut and looked fairly knarly afterwards. I would not recommend this and would just use a cut off wheel. If you can find this around the same price or not much more than a regular blade and encounter nails this would be a great purchase. Overall it does hold up better than non carbide blades and does cut through hardened woods and small metal objects like nails and Staples a lot better with less blade degredation. Dremel has provided me this product in exchange for an honest review.
by BigRigz
Multimax Cabide Blade is great
I thought the Mutltimax tool was good, but with this carbide blade they have gone beyond and made my Multimax an even better investment.
by Ron O
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