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That's interesting that it cut through that much Corian and is still going. I could imagine with all the resin content it has that it should be hard on blades.

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Actually Corian is pure acrylic. It is normally hard on regular blades for the fein tool but these seem to be harder since they are stainless steel. My Multimaster is a variable speed and I cut it back to about i/3 the normal speed of oscillation so that it does not melt the acrylic and these blades work great.
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