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New Dremel Universal Oscillating Multi-Tool Blades Have a Dual Interface to Fit More Tools

Dremel Universal Oscillating Multi-Tool Cutting Blades

Dremel has come out with 3 new universal oscillating multi-tool cutting blades. Perhaps this is tip of the spear, or it could be that these are the only new oscillating tool accessories that we’ll be seeing in some time.

The new blades, which feature flush cutting shapes, are engineered with two separate adapter interfaces. Because of this, they fit Fein, Bosch, Milwaukee, Ridgid, Makita, and Rockwell oscillating tools, and also Dewalt and Porter Cable.

Dewalt and Porter Cable tools have a different quick-change interface that typically requires an adapter to be used for other brands’ oscillating tool accessories. Tool-free blade changes are usually not possible if you’re using the adapter.

Dremel says that these new universal oscillating tool blades are the first “truly universal” accessories available that don’t require an adapter. They also say that the dual interface fits “all competitive oscillating tools.”

New Blade Styles

  • Wood cutting (MM480U)
  • Wood and metal cutting (MM482U)
  • Carbide (MM485U)

Dremel says that the wood-cutting blade is their most popular flush-cutting oscillating multi-tool accessory. Their bimetal wood and metal cutting blade is likely popular as well.

And there’s the new carbide blade, which I’m actually a little excited about. Last year I conducted extensive comparison testing between Bosch’s carbide oscillating multi-tool blade and competitors similarly-priced bimetal blades.

Read About Our Metal-Cutting Oscillating Multi-Tool Blade Comparison!

The results were eye-opening. Bosch’s carbide-toothed blades were remarkably better than the other brands non-carbide blades. All of the blades are priced around the same, so it’s a wonder why other brands don’t follow Bosch’s lead.

As an aside, did you know that Bosch came out with a carbide-tooth multi-material blade? It seems to have earned some stellar user reviews.

Dremel is a Bosch company, and so maybe this new carbide-tooth blade will be as good or almost as good as the Bosch.

Prices: $14 for wood cutting, $14 for wood and metal cutting, $20 for carbide

Buy Now(Wood cutting via Amazon)
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Buy Now(Carbide via Amazon)

First Thoughts

This is a surprising move by Dremel, but also good to see them trying something new.

These blades look to be longer than standard single-interface ones, and since there are two interfaces stamped out of the mounting base, that explains the added metal reinforcement to help keep things rigid.

I haven’t used Dremel oscillating blades or accessories in some time, but I generally consider them to be okay. They’re nowhere as good as Bosch or Fein accessories, but they also typically cost less. Except for these.

You can buy a Bosch OSC114C carbide plunge cutting blade – the same that I tested last year – for a little less than $18 via Amazon. The narrower OSC34C is under $12 via Amazon. Those Bosch accessories are said to be made in Switzerland. The Dremel Carbide blade? Made in China, at least according to the Amazon product description.

If you’ve got a Dewalt or Porter Cable tool and still want to keep the quick-change functionality, why wouldn’t you buy Dewalt oscillating tool blades? They’re less expensive than the Dremel blades, and they’re also made in the USA.

Maybe the Dremel blades are better than Dewalt’s, regardless as to where they’re made. But even so, the Dremel blades are still a little more expensive. Maybe that will change once they’re in stock and distributed to retailers.

As someone who uses multiple brands of oscillating tool, I appreciate what Dremel was trying to do with these. But from what I see, I don’t know if I’d try them out or not. If any or all of these blades were a couple of dollars cheaper, or available in a 3pc set for $25 or so, I would find them to be far more appealing.

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Dremel MM45 Oscillating Tool Review and Universal Cut Blades

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You might not have an oscillating tool high on your wish list, but with the wide range of capability you may need to rethink that.  This is a great tool for the everyday home improvement DIY’er and carpenter.  After testing this tool out, I really wish I had it while tiling mine and my sisters’ houses. It would have made so many jobs like cutting door frames, cement board, etc so much easier.  Dremel Multi Max MM45 Oscillating Tool review.

Dremel Multi-Max 3.5 Amp Corded Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit with 29 Accessories
and Multi-Max Universal Flush Cut Blade variety multi-pack review.

Dremel Multi-Max Universal Oscillating Tool Flush Cut Blade Variety Pack for Wood, Metal, Tile and Cement (3-Piece)Tool Review: Dremel Multi-Max Oscillating Tool MM45 & Flush Cut Blade Pack

Out of the Box

What you get:

  • Dremel MM45 Oscillating Tool
  • Carrying Bag
  • Operating manual
  • Accessories
    • wood flush cut blade
    • wood/metal flush cut blade
    • wood/drywall saw blade
    • drywall jab saw
    • multi-knife
    • rigid scraper
    • grout removal blade
    • hook and loop sanding pad
    • 12 sheets of wood sandpaper
    • 6 sheets of paint sandpaper (variety of grits)
  • (3 pack of universal blades sold separate)

If you're a home improvement DIY'er you need this tool. Dremel multi-max oscillating tool review and accessory blades.

Operation

The Dremel oscillating multi-tool is very easy to use, there is a large on-off switch on the top and a speed dial near the bottom that controls the powerful 3.5 amp motor. One of my favorite features of the MM45 is the Quick-Lock.  If you have used other oscillating tools that require an allen wrench (hex key) to change, you’ll really appreciate how easy it is to switch tool accessories.

Rotate the quick-lock lever counter-clockwise to release the attachment, slide the attachment forward and pull it off. Easy as that. No digging around in your pile of allen wrenches looking for the one that fits.

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Once you have an accessory tool installed and locked in place you are ready to go. In the MM45 operating manual, there is a table of the possible accessories and suggested tool speeds.

Universal Flush Cut Blades Variety Pack

The flush cut blades pack includes 3 different blades:

  • wood – for soft and hard wood varieties, drywall and PVC
  • carbide – for soft wood varieties, drywall, plaster, PVC, cement board and metal varieties
  • wood/metal – for soft and hard wood varieties, drywall, PVC, sheet metal and copper tubing
    • These blades are universally designed to fit any oscillating tool/brand.

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I put the carbide blade to the test on nails in old pallets and it cut through those nails very quickly and easily. I need to run some tests on how long it will last.  It did one whole pallet with no problem at all.

New favorite way to dismantle pallets and keep the nail holes! Love this tool.

I used the wood flush cut blade to trim some excess wood on a frame and it easily cut right through the wood.  I was worried that there would be tare out at the end, but it cut the wood pretty cleanly.

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Leaving my frame nice and flush.

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The wood and drywall blade cuts through sheet rock like butter and does a good job on wood too.  This is a great tool for cutting holes for vents, trimming door frames and square or rectangle inside cuts.

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The little sander has more power than you’d think.  It works great in tight spaces and perfect for distressing projects. The sandpaper triangles are hook and loop which makes it simple to change sandpaper grits.

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Who Will Benefit From This Tool

If you are a home improvement DIY’er, you will find 100 or more uses for this oscillating multi-tool and wish you had it sooner!

Summary

The Dremel MultiMax MM45 Oscilliting Tool is a power packed multi-tool. The 3.5 amp motor provides plenty of power to handle any home DIY job and the variable speed allows you to harness that power as needed. The multi-max body is easy to handle and operate. Changing the tool accessories is a breeze with the quick-lock lever. The universal flush cut blades are excellent accessory and will cut through a large variety of materials. My only complaint about the tool is on my end, why didn’t I get one sooner???

If you're a home improvement DIY'er you need this tool. Dremel multi-max oscillating tool review and accessory blades.

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