Festool Oscillating Blades
Other lines include Festool planer blades, some of which with cutting edges that can shave down uneven surfaces, but others with spiral design cutting edges that create textured surfaces, such as distressed or rough-hewn facing. Festool domino cutters are bladed bits that create mortising to accept Festool's rectangular, domino-style biscuits for wood joinery.
The line of Festool blades includes straight-edge, curved and circular cutting surface designs in different widths, each with bi-metal or high-carbon steel cutting edges. They attach to a line of Festool multi-functional oscillating saws that are being used increasingly in home rehabilitation projects as specialty tools for repairing or replacing fixed-material surfaces, including molding, window sections, baseboards and flooring. Their oscillating tool blade action lets the hand-held tool move straight in on the surface to be cut so that it can reach even the most difficult of cuts, including corners. Festool's products include one line with double-row teeth for aggressive cutting. Curved oscillating blades are available specifically for removing window sections. Others have specialized edges for cutting into materials such as plastic or drywall. One is a scraper blade that is used to remove old surface finishes, such as peeling paint or bubbled lacquer. Others have universal cutting edges for multi-functional cutting. Another has a circular blade cutting edge to make flush cuts on trim work.
All Festool oscillating blades are interchangeable with the Festool oscillating saw, and they can be changed tool-free. Whether or not remodeling is on your project agenda, Festool's multi-purpose oscillating saw and accompanying blades are equipment pieces that should be hanging next your tool bench.
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