There are many types of oscillating multi-tool blades for wood-cutting applications. Most are plunge-cutting with straight sawtooth edges, and there are also a number of curved blades that are useful for other types of cutting applications.
Rockwell’s new RW8958 precision wood-cutting blade is somewhat of a hybrid blade. It’s a plunge-cutting blade at the tip, half-circle cutting blade at the base, and there’s an unconventional inner-curved cutting edge that connects the two.
You don’t quite get the same performance benefits as a full semi-circular blade, but the new blade looks like it could be a useful jack-of-all-trades type of wood-cutting blade.
Rockwell says that the new blade saves time because you don’t have to change blades for different wood-cutting applications.
The blade is built with a universal interface that works with many brands of oscillating multi-tools.
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Given the $15 price tag, I might just give this a try.