This kit contains five genuine Dremel Multi-Max cutting blades, a Universal Multi-Max Adapter and a reusable storage case. Includes: three wood and drywall blades, a wood flush cut blade, a wood/metal flush cut blade and a Universal Multi-Max Adapter.
All Multi-Max accessories are Max Performance Tested for endurance in real-life applications
Includes five blades to cut and notch drywall; wood; plastic; metal and more
Quick Fit accessory system for fast accessory changes
Application and material usage information included
The Dremel Multi-Max Oscillating tool system offer... See More +
The Dremel Multi-Max Oscillating tool system offers do-it-yourselfers and pros a versatile and effective multitasking tool. With fast side-to-side motion, the Multi-Max can take on a variety of projects that involve repair, remodelling or restoration
The MM452 saw blade is ideal for making precise cu... See More +
The MM452 saw blade is ideal for making precise cuts in wood and metal. Bi-Metal (Brim) construction is suitable for cutting finish nails and light metals in addition to wood, drywall, plaster and lath materials. Its offset design allows the blade to make flush cuts and it has the fastest speed of cut of all Dremel half-round oscillating saw blades.
E-Cut Long-Life saw blade. Bimetal with teeth set ... See More +
E-Cut Long-Life saw blade. Bimetal with teeth set for all woods, drywall and plastic materials. Outstanding service life, very clean cut and excellent work performance. Extremely robust, unaffected by nails in wood up to approx. 3/16 inch Dia., masonry, etc. Short, very narrow shape for the smallest cutouts.
6-Piece Multi-Max Cutting KitThis kit contains five genuine Dremel Multi-Max cutting blades, a Universal Multi-Max Adapter and a reusable storage case. Includes: three wood and drywall blades, a wood flush cut blade, a wood/metal flush cut blade and a Universal Multi-Max Adapter.
The Home Depot Canada
6-Piece Multi-Max Cutting Kit is rated
1.0 out of
Rated 1 out of
worst packaging everbirthday present from my son. I thought that blister packs were the worst possible packaging until I tried to open this. Requires you to first cut the plastic loops holding the box closed, then cut off the top piece. Prying off the blue latch, you can open the box. Each piece required a screw driver to pry it out; putting them back was out of the question. Did anyone at Dremel ever try to open one of these?