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Old 03-31-2014, 09:17 AM   #16
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I have a Fein tool, and it works great for many things. But in this case, the Bosch flush cut is way faster. I've cut the bottom off of 3/4" thick baseboard and gone around the whole room ( avg. size bedroom) in about ten minutes. Very nice tool.
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Would definitely be faster but is it under 3" height? Ones I have seen are way more.
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Old 03-31-2014, 07:50 PM   #17
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I'll measure it tomorrow. I think it will be real close. Click on the amazon link in my post #7, it shows a picture of it. It's about the size of a Fein tool, maybe a little bit skinnier.
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Loaned my fein wanna be multi tool to someone else on a Habitat site Saturday, he comes back ten minutes later and says I guess this blade rondoesn't cut through nails. Sixteen bucks later.......!!
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Loaned my fein wanna be multi tool to someone else on a Habitat site Saturday, he comes back ten minutes later and says I guess this blade rondoesn't cut through nails. Sixteen bucks later.......!!
Get the Imperial brand blades with the titanium coated edge, USA made and will cut through nails. Buy em in three packs and they are cheaper than the fine blades and actually better.
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Thanks. Mine is actually a rigid jobmax fake-Fein and I grabbed Dremel blades from HD. Most all the same price range, cheaper in the three pack granted, but still end up at around tn bucks a blade! Will have to try imperial next time.
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Old 04-01-2014, 11:32 AM   #21
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Ok, measured the Bosch just now. With the blade on, it's 3 5/8" tall. That being said, when I tipped or rotated the tool about twenty degrees, it's just under three inches. I think you cut this way and not cause any headaches. It would keep the blade away from the backsplash too.
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