Variety of Blades To Help Tackle Multi-Material Projects
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RYOBI introduces the 4-Piece Wood and Metal Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Set. These blades come with a specialized fitment that allows them to fit most multi-tools without needing an adapter. This set offers an assortment of wood and metal blades to help you tackle a variety of applications including wood, metal, PVC, and drywall. The Bi-metal Plunge Cut Blades are ideal for fast clean cuts through metal, nails, and screws. The Wood Plunge Cut Blade is made from premium high carbon steel, providing users with 35% faster cutting speeds. The Japanese Tooth Hardwood Blade provides aggressive cuts through hardwoods as well as PVC and drywall. This kit includes (2) Bi-metal Plunge Cut Blades, (1) Wood Plunge Cut Blade, and (1) Japanese Tooth Hardwood Blade.
Specialized fitment that allows blades to fit most multi-tools without needing an adapter
High carbon steel construction for enhanced durability
Wood blades are optimized for 35% faster cuts
Japanese tooth blade delivers fast, clean cuts in flooring and hardwoods
Variety of application materials including wood, metal, plastic, and dry wall
This Ryobi oscillating multi-tool accessory set has lots of blades and sanding pads. I find that the rectangular square blades work well for maintaining and repairing the beveled cedar siding on my house The inch and millimeter markings are very helpful for depth indication on the rectangular ended blades. There is no multi-tool sanding pad attachment included with this set. This will be needed to use the triangular shaped sand paper pads that come with this set. These universal fit blades fit my cordless 12 volt and 18 volt oscillating multi-tools.
I have found that you can never have too many oscilating tool blades and heads. I picked this up to replenish a few of my heads and give me extras of some. This is a nice case for taking to help out at friends houses or to carry to different parts of my DIY work around the house. I like the variety and that there isn't much redundancy. It is a little strange that the kit has some sand paper, but not a sanding head, but that isn't a big deal for me since I have a couple already.
This is not a high dollar long-lasting set like my nice titanium blades from Diablo, but it is a good set for DIY and if you are looking to have a variety of blades for the what-ifs of life.
The RYOBI multi-tool was one of those items I thought might be handy to have, it’s also one of those tools, I regret not buying much sooner than I did. The RYOBI 16-Piece Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Accessory Set falls into that same category. The RYOBI 16-Piece Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Accessory Set is a substantial bargain and it provides a wide variety of cutting and grinding options. No matter the multi-tool you own, RYOBI 16-Piece Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Accessory Set is compatible.
Well-made Multi-Material Oscillating Blade Set, in short - blades for ' Metal, nail embedded wood, wood, hardwood, plastic, drywall' and more. Clearly marked with a symbol of the material it cuts and plunge also are marked with a scale of the depth of the blade during cutting. Compatible with most oscillating multi-tools and are an ideal solution for DIY. Here we used the scraper to both loosen and remove old caulking sealant - like cutting butter, but easier. And the wood half rounded blade to cut along the trim and frame - in all we did 4 windows in half the time easily. None of the manual labor using hand scraper and prybars to break free, cut some, and pry again - we loosen, and pry followed by scrapping clean and installing. Was as easy as said.
Just one more great product from Ryobi, not only does Ryobi mean quality, but one only has to look to see it's a product of quality.
Good quality, price and value for commonly used blades and accessories
A good oscillating tool comes in handy for a variety of tasks and a good assortment of accessories is a must. This Ryobi 16 piece oscillating tool accessory kit is a good quality, and good value with the most commonly used blades and accessories. The set includes a sturdy plastic case with handle which holds the blades securely. The set includes 2 wood blades (plunge cut); 2 wood/metal blades (plunge cut); 2 wood/metal blades (flush cut); 1 wood/drywall blade (flush cut); 1 japanese teeth blade; 1 grout removal blade; 1 3/8” offset blade; 1 carbide triangle scraping blade; 1 flexible scraper; 1 scraper; 3 pieces triangle sandpaper. The blades are “universal fit” and compatible with most brands. I still have an old corded Dremel multi tool and these blades work perfectly with it. However, these blades will not fit a “Starlock” tool. The wood/metal blades tested worked very well, smooth and efficient.
This convenient extra blade kit for a vibrating saw is just what is needed to to help you complete nearly any job that a vibrating saw could handle. The variety of teeth densities for the blades included in this kit is a great feature that allows you to have substantial versatility for cutting a wide variety of materials from soft to hard woods or metals. The plastic case is compact and helps keep your blades safe, organized and sharp with easy visibility.
These are great tools for my osicillating tool. There are tools for all occasions, wood, plastic, metal and ceramic tile. Easily remove grout from between ceramic tiles. Easily make depth cuts and make small cut outs. Easily cut base boards to install tiles under them. The storage case is very well planned out, everything has it's own place. The case fits nicely in tool cabinet with The oscillating tool.
I've been looking for a variety set of blades for my Ridgid oscillating tool. This set seems to have a blade for almost anything I might want so I selected it. It really does have a blade for most applications I can envision. It has blades for flush cutting wood and one for wood or metal. Both work well although I only tested the metal cutting blade on aluminum. It also has a narrow blade for plunge cuts, scraper blades, and a very sharp blade with double-cut Japanese teeth that cuts very aggressively. It also has grout removal blades but I have not tested them. It also includes triangular sand paper but no hook and loop backer. They will probably work with the triangular blade with carbide teeth on its face but I'll use the hook & loop blade that came with my tool. They all fit well on my Oscillating tool with no problems.
Here we have a well-made Multi-Material Oscillating Blade Set. It has a Wood/Metal Plunge Blade, Wood Plunge Blades, a Japanese Tooth Hardwood Blade, Offset Plunge Blade, a Wood/Metal Flush Cut Blade, and Wood/Drywall Flush Cut Blades, in short - blades for ' Metal, nail embedded wood, wood, hardwood, plastic, and drywall'. They are clearly marked with a symbol of the material it cuts and plunge also are marked with a scale of the depth of the blade during cutting. Also, compatible with most oscillating multi-tools and are an ideal solution for DIY. Just one more great product from Ryobi, not only does Ryobi mean quality, but one only has to look to see it's a product of quality.
The best way to make your Ryobi Oscillating tool effective is to have an assortment of Ryobi Multi-tool Blades.
The best way to make your Ryobi Oscillating tool effective is to have an assortment of Ryobi Oscillating Blades ready for use when you need them. The 8 blade Pak of Ryobi Oscillating blades will meet most of your needs. The blades in the 8 pack can cut soft metals, nails, hard and soft woods, plastic ( like PVC) and drywall. When selecting blades out of the pack be careful not use the Japanese Tooth Hardwood Blade for anything other than hardwood. I you do so the blade mayl be damaged (see picture for identification of the blade).
I have used the plunge cut blades several times to cut rectangular openings in drywall for all types of electrical outlets (see pictures). I also have used the Wood/Drywall Flush Cut Blades to trim the straight edge of drywall for a perfect fit (smaller blade with curved teeth). When working with drywall be sure use a face mask because a lot of drywall dust is created during your cuts. I have also used the wide plunge cut blades to remove glued on floor tiles. When using a plunge cut blade for floor tile removal be careful to only remove the tile and glue and not gouge the floor.
To install the Oscillating blade just loosen the allen screw ( don’t totally remove it) and slip the blade over the allen screw and press the blade against the blade guides on the chuck. With blade flat against the chuck tighten the allen screw. The blade has a u-shape cut out that allows the blade to be slipped over the allen screw without it being totally removed (see picture).
I like my new oscillating blade pack and would recommend it to a friend. Ryobi has other Oscillating blades for sanding which are handy for sanding in corners. Get your Ryobi Oscillating blades and be ready for your next project.