I don’t think I have ever come across a situation where I wished I had a right angle plunge-cutting oscillating multi-tool blade. But now that I know such an OMT accessory exists, I can think of some places where it might come in handy, such as when vertical clearance is tight.
The Imperial Blades IBOA391 bi-metal 90° multi-tool blade features a 2″ blade width, 18 TPI, and 1″ max cutting depth.
Imperial Blades’ One Fit accessory mount works with most brands’ oscillating multi-tools. As with their other OMT blades, it’s made in the USA.
There’s only one review of the new blade on Amazon so far, with the user complaining that the length of the blade is shorter than the 2″ Imperial Blades claims. Since the 2″ blade width is mentioned on Imperial Blades’ website and all retailers’ pages, we’re not sure what to think.
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Apparently, this model, IBOA391, replaces the MM391 (via Amazon), which has mostly positive reviews on Amazon. The only difference seems to be the slightly different mounting interface, with the new model’s open design fitting a wider range of tools (including Dewalt’s!).
Can you think of any specific applications where such a 90° oscillating multi-tool blade style will be useful?