The Fein Starlock High Speed Steel (HSS) Flush Cut Saw Blade has a recessed design that allows working flush against adjacent surfaces. This round, durable bimetal blade has a full cutting surface that can be rotated when you need a fresh cutting edge. For use on fiberglass, plastics, carbon fiber, 20 gauge sheet metal, non-ferrous metals, and harder woods.
HSS flush cut blades are 3-3/8" in diameter, with a 3/4" cutting depth.
Starlock blades are compatible with Fein MultiMaster and most OMTs. Available in packages of 1 blade or 5 blades.
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The Starlock System
Fein's 3D, snap-in Starlock mounting system is the new standard for Fein oscillating multi-tools. This innovative design allows Starlock accessories to be interlocked in three dimensions for better stability, increased efficiency, and greater safety.
Starlock accessories are available in standard Starlock, Starlock Plus, and Starlock Max versions designed for use with specific Fein multitool power ranges for greater longevity of the multitool itself.
Fein standard Starlock blades are compatible with a variety of OMTs. Please refer to Using the Fein Starlock System for details.
Starlock Saw Blades are available in four basic designs; flat, recessed (or flush-cut), segmented (with a flat spot), or a combination recessed/segmented. They are available in regular steel for softer woods and plastic, or High Speed Steel (HSS) for cutting wood, sheet metal, and plastic. Fein blades cut by oscillation. Only a few teeth do the cutting at one time. If a blade section wears, simply turn the blade to expose unused teeth to the cutting area.
Starlock HSS Bimetal Flush Cut Saw Blades Fit:
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Fein MultiMaster Cordless
Fein MultiMaster Top
Fein MultiMaster Start Q
Fein MultiMaster QuickStart
Fein Cordless MultiTalent QuickStart
Fein MultiTalent Start Q
Fein Professional-Set Caulking
Fein Professional-Set Wood
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Refer to Using the Fein Starlock System for other compatible OMTs.
Hi Paul, T Y for your reply, but I am still perplexed . I purchased my Fein tool circa 1995, and all the saw blades that came with it had round arbor holes not the newer star hole pattern. I went to Home Depot, Az., trying to purchase a new blade. They didn't have Fein blades, but only Dremel blades, they did have an adaptor to put on the arbor, so that I could use Dremel blades on my Fein tool. So this raises the question, are the Dremel star pattern blades identical to the star pattern Fein saw blades ?
A few years ago the electric dial speed switch quit working, so I had to order a new switch, after installing it , the tool worked as it did when new.
I too like Jamestown Distributors, and have purchased many products from them, to use on my sailboat, currently berthed Singapore.
My next thought is to go to Fein tool website and see what they are selling , today.
Again T Y for your reply , Douglas , BCC Calliste .
Answered on 11/14/2011 by Douglas Walling from undisclosed
I'm trying to remember when I bought my Multimaster and I think it was about 8 to 10 years ago. Your multimaster must either older than that or was a different model. I know there were 2 models when I bought my multmaster but I don't remember anything about the one I didn't buy. I don't think they have been selling the other model for some time now.
The easiest solution would be to replace the spindle that holds the blade on when it is snapped into place. That part has the star shape and you put the blade on it before closing it down into place with a lever. If the post is the same diameter and length, this part should be replaceable with what you need.
Fein is a good company to work with. I had a problem with mine maintaining speed when it was just over a year old. Even though it was out of warranty they sent a brand new one to me within a week.
Good luck and I hope you find a solution. Jamestown is also good to work with, eh?
Answered on 11/14/2011 by PAUL FLEMING from undisclosed