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Bosch OSC138JF 1-1/8 in. Bi-Metal Japanese-Tooth Plunge Blade

Model#: BSHNOSC138JF
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Bosch's Oscillating Interface System, or OIS, is a unique 12-pin design that provides a secure connection between the multi-tool and accessory necessary for high torque operations. Bosch multi-tool accessories are faster, last longer and fit all multi-tools on the market directly or with the OIS adapter.
  • 12 pin design provides a secure connection for high torque oscillating tools
  • Multiple position settings in 30 degree increments for optimal versatility
  • Laser-etched depth gauge for accurate capacity measurements
  • Ideal for cutting hardwood
  • 1-1/8 in. Bi-Metal Japanese-Tooth Plunge Blade - OSC138JF


Width: 1.125 in.
Max. RPM: Bi-Metal Plunge Blade
Shipping Weight: 0.25 lbs.


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Bosch1-1/8 in. Bi-Metal Japanese-Tooth Plunge Blade

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outlasts other blades with similar design

By treflip

from Dallas, TX, United States

Comments about Bosch 1-1/8 in. Bi-Metal Japanese-Tooth Plunge Blade:

This blade has outlasted my other blades of various brands with similar tooth design. It does exactly what it is designed to do and does it well. I have found it less costly to buy quality blades like this than inexpensive ones which seem to dull far too quickly. I am able to cut fast through wood and have even used it to cut acrylic solid surface material, mdf and pvc with great results. In plastics I set my tool to a slower speed and it doesn't melt the material and in soft and hard wood it is capable of making very clean cuts very quickly. It's a great accessory to have in the blade box for any oscillating tool. I keep wax or even a bar of soap handy to keep these blades from getting too hot in hard material and try to be careful to keep the blade moving as not to overheat it and it lasts for a very long time. When mine get too dull for clean fast cuts in hardwoods, I have found this blade still works faster than wood/metal blades in soft wood and really fast in things like sheetrock. I am sure to keep one of these with my multitool at all times.

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