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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 07-07-2019, 01:15 AM Thread Starter
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I've found the best oscillating saw blades I've tried so far. I've purchased from this company before and the previous blades, which are the standard carbon steel ones, are good but the stainless steel ones that I bought later are unbelievable. I still haven't dulled the first one I tried and it's done so many cuts I lost count a long time ago. The company is Specialty Diamond and the brand they sell is called Versa Tool. I was a little skeptical when I bought them but I wanted some blades that were narrow (about 20mm) and they didn't have what I wanted in carbon steel in that size so I tried the stainless ones and I'm glad I did now. I'll try to get nothing but the stainless ones in the future.

The only downside to the stainless blades is that they are very thin and deflect easily but they cut wood like it's warm butter. They are also cheap. They have different size packs of the blades and as the first page of the link below shows you can get a 50 pack of 30mm for $65 which makes them $1.30 each. They fit most tools but they don't carry the open ended ones you need for a DW quick change.
https://www.specialtydiamond.com/ver...ades/mb-series

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That's a bewildering assortment, Charles.
Some really neat stuff there!
https://www.specialtydiamond.com/har...blow-gun-hd-f5
More practical than my engine washing wand, but also a lot pricier.

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That's a bewildering assortment, Charles.
Some really neat stuff there!
https://www.specialtydiamond.com/har...blow-gun-hd-f5
More practical than my engine washing wand, but also a lot pricier.
It's an eclectic assortment for sure. I doubt if there is any other site where you can buy oscillating saw blades and a chili roaster at the same time.
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I cant open the link:

Error 1020 Ray ID: 4f33cf058c231fc8 • 2019-07-08 17:34:23 UTC
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What happened?

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Maybe your computer has picked up some malware?
I just tried it again, after seeing your comment, Joe; No problem getting in at all.
Did you access by phone?
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I can't get in either. Maybe the site doesn't like foreigners? Roger
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Yep. I tried also and getting the same "Access Denied" message. I can confirm that my PC does not have any malware or virus on it.
Butr I'm an Aussie so it may be just not letting foreigners in!
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I tried it again too and no issues. Maybe the site is reading your's and Joe's cookies and deciding not to allow you access? I wonder if you blocked sharing them would that make a difference?

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Well, I tried and had no problems opening the link and you can bet I'll be placing an order for them next time I have an upcoming project!
That is cheaper than dirt!
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