Carbide tipped oscillating tool accessories (OTA) — tough as nails
Carbide tipped OTA cuts through 83 x 3”common nails!
Exchange-A-Blade carbide tipped professional OTA cutting through 3” common nails
The EAB Exchange-A-Blade carbide tipped oscillating tool accessories (OTA) offer unbeatable professional (PRO) and industrial (IND) quality. Let us prove our point—watch the video below and see EAB’s professional quality OTA cutting through 3” common nails. In the final testing, this blade cuts through 83 x 3” common nails! Now that’s truly a hard working and tough OTA!
Carbide tipped OTA perfect for cutting holes in HardiePlank and more
Exchange-A-Blade carbide tipped professional OTA cutting rectangular hole in HardiePlank
EAB carbide tipped, flush cut oscillating tool accessories (OTAs) are also ideal for cutting soft and abrasive fiber cement materials, such as HardiePlank siding. Watch the video above to see it cut a nice neat rectangular hole. Because of the unique design, these accessories can be turned to whatever angle your job requires.
These versatile carbide tipped OTAs also cut wood, metal, and drywall. Designed for flush cutting, these accessories are compatible with most oscillating tools—Bosch®, DeWalt®, Porter Cable®, OIS, Skil, Fein® FMM250 and 250Q, Ridgid®, Milwaukee®, Craftsman, and more. They are tougher than even our standard bimetal, wood/metal products.
Learn more about the full line of StarlockTM OTAs here.
Exchangeable to save you money and save the planet
Like all EAB Exchange-A-Blade green exchange products, the professional (PRO) and industrial (IND) carbide tipped OTAs are fully exchangeable—you buy it, you use it, and when you bring it back to the store where you bought it, you’ll get a credit towards the purchase of your next EAB OTA.
About Exchange-A-Blade oscillating tool accessories (OTAs)
Exchange-A-Blade oscillating tool accessories (OTAs) are market leaders in quality and value. They can be used for cutting, scraping, grinding, and sanding a wide variety of materials. Available in professional (PRO) and industrial (IND) qualities to meet both the needs of the DIYer and professional contractor.