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hey! Can someone help me figure this router saw blade out? I try looking online but nothing even comes up.. does it have a special name? Where can I get a decent quality one?
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Welcome to the forum Scott.
 

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@ScottD, the High speed steel rotary saw blade set referenced by @boogalee are designed for high speed rotary tools such as the Dremel 3000-2/28 variable speed rotary tool. Those cutters are designed for intermediate or advanced rotary tools. They are not intended for router use.
 
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Welcome to the forum Scott. The outfit you pictured really doesn't look like an attachment I've ever seen for a router. But as mentioned what is really needed is the purpose you would need for this blade. There are way to many safe ways to cut slots that would not include using the pictured cutter.
 

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welcome, Scott - - - what do you want to cut with such a small saw blade ??
I got mine at Home Depot and use in my cordless drill for very soft materials.
I would never put it in anything that is higher than 1k RPM.
 

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hey! Can someone help me figure this router saw blade out? I try looking online but nothing even comes up.. does it have a special name? Where can I get a decent quality one?
thanks!
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Don't put something like that in a router and use it. That has DANGER written all over it. For what ever it is that you would want to use it for there is the "Right" tool for the job. What is it you are wanting to cut?
 

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Welcome Scott, I have used the Amazon blades a lot with a router without any problems for years. Always in a router table never free hand
 
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