In His Name, be Blessed,
George, I generally pick up what ever they have at Lowes. I like the Vermont
Blades, but the Dremel Blades are okay as well.. The blades I pick are the
finest tooth blades I can find. I will generally get maybe 6 packs with a
doz in each pack. Found some of the Dremel blades that are supposed to clean
up the fuzzies and they work fairly well, but what I like about them is they
last much longer.. Hope this helps you out.
George and Mike,
I have found a company that specializes in small circular saws for
Dremel. They even have a spring load safety shield attachment that
fits most rotary tools. I found that when I used these blades at high
speeds like that of Dremel. You can slice through wood and plastic and
soft metal with such ease. These blades come in multiple diameters and
range from very fine teeth and coarse teeth offset blades. But they
all work great. Anyway the company is called GYROS, you can find there
blades in their web site www.Gyrostools.com I found them in Amazon.com
Try Mike at:
He sells the "Flying Dutchman" line of blades. They are the best I've
tried. I was quite impressed with the Olsen line also.
Mike sells in small quantities or by the gross. Great prices and he ships
Like you, he is quite an interesting guy to talk to.
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