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Fein 63502127040 Lot de 3 lames pour scie E

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Informations sur le produit

Descriptif technique
Dimensions du produit (L x l x h)23,6 x 15,4 x 1 cm
Référence 63502127040
CouleurGris
Quantité d'articles 3
Nombre de pièces 3
Composants inclus E-Cut Combo
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) incluse(s) Non
Batterie(s) / Pile(s) requise(s) Non
  
Informations complémentaires
ASINB001BAH5DS
Moyenne des commentaires client 4.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon 17.794 en Bricolage (Voir les 100 premiers)
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr27 janvier 2011
  
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Descriptions du produit

Composition : - 1 lame E-cut Précision largeur : 65 mm, - 1 lame E-cut Standard largeur : 35 mm, - 1 lame E-cut Universal largeur : 44 mm. Unité de vente: 1 lot. Livraison en France métropolitaine continentale, (hors Corse, Ile de Sauson, Ile de Noirmoutier,...)

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Par Widy le 9 septembre 2013
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çà reste cher quand même pour des lames qui s'usent relativement vite / Amazon reste le moins cher sur ce type de produit encore une fois. bravo
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HASH(0x9e13418c) étoiles sur 5 Multimaster is great, BUT this profile kit has a major design flaw 16 avril 2009
Par D. B. Sabo - Publié sur Amazon.com
I am noticing that many of these reviews are for the multimaster tool - this review is not for the multimaster power tool itself (The multi master tool itself is great), but for the above item - the MultiMaster Profile Kit accessory for the multimaster power tool. It appears that Amazon has lumped together reviews for the multimaster tool along with their accessories so it is hard to sort out reviews for the individual multimaster accessories.

Anyway, many of the Fein sanding accessories, especially this one, has design flaws and for the high price you pay for these accessories, I expect a correctly designed product that is functional, unlike this profile kit. For example, the rubber corner profile, the one with the 90 degree angle on it which is "supposed to fit into a corner", won't fit! It's totally useless. Because no matter which way you install the corner profile on to the multi master tool, if you run that profile along the inside corner of a drawer or chest, or cabinet whatever, the corner profile will definitely not fit into the corner flush with both sides of the drawer touching the corner profile. It won't fit because it is too short, and the multimaster tool head itself bumps into the drawer side because the profile is too close to the sander body, and you can't get a flush, 90 degree fit along the inside corner, and therefore your sanding results will come out bad, flawed. All Fein corp. would have had to do is make the profile clamp longer so that it would extend out past the tool body far enough for the profiles to fit into a corner, and for the price you pay for this kit, over 50 bucks, I would expect Fein, a German company, to not be so cheap, and make their profiles and or their profile clamp long enough so that it is functional with all the profiles, not just some of them. For the high price of fifty bucks that you pay for this kit, I would expect them to make the product so that it actually works as intended. I am very disappointed with this profile and the money I spent for it.
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HASH(0x9db3d540) étoiles sur 5 not a suitable tool for this application 18 janvier 2005
Par Ilo O. Kratins - Publié sur Amazon.com
This tool is absolutely fabulous for doing the few things you will need it for, but and this is a BIG but (pun alert!) the replacement blades are VERY expensive--no joke, check the prices. The profile sanding attachment doesn't work worth a darn. Because of the rotary-vibratory motion of tool, the ends of the little piece of sandpaper do all the work and the center does nothing.
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HASH(0x9db46b94) étoiles sur 5 Best of a poor lot 19 mars 2004
Par Keith Mealy - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this after trying the Porter Cable detail sander and returning it on their satisfaction guaranteed offer. Enough said.
This product comes on a card with little to no instructions. Not that it takes rocket science to figure it out. But for some odd reason putting the head on at certain angles it wants to unscrew itself as soon as I turn the machine on.
The sandpaper is cloth backed 55mm x 75mm. It holds up well and stays put with the spring clips. I intend to start replacing it with a 3" belt sander belt that I trim off in 55mm lengths. Then I can get the quality and grits that I want.
About the only problem I've had is if the head jumps out of the area, you end up with some nasty pigtails. There are also a limited number of profiles and they don't seem to correspond with common US profiles (e.g., 3/8" cove).
Despite my negative comments, it does work fairly well and I'd probably buy it again knowing what I know now.
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HASH(0x9dab0378) étoiles sur 5 Disappointed With the Profile Kit 8 janvier 2006
Par Randolph W. Hall - Publié sur Amazon.com
I own numerous accessories to my Fein Multimaster and the Profile Kit is the only one that I am unhappy with. The sanding paper is difficult to secure properly and frequently comes loose during sanding operations. I have reached a point where I no longer even try to use it because of the difficulty of use and poor performance while using it.
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HASH(0x9d416cb4) étoiles sur 5 You CAN re-sharpen these blades, but they are still too expensive. 15 août 2009
Par G. Conner - Publié sur Amazon.com
The so-called "bi-metallic" design of these blades refers to the fact that the blade itself is a different type of metal than the spot-welded plate the blade is attached to. It does not imply that the cutting part of the blade has two types of metal.

It would make sense for any high-speed power tool to make the blade of HSS steel to withstand the heat. But these don't. At this price, they could give you carbide-tipped teeth or at least induction-hardened teeth. Even Japanese HAND SAWS have induction hardened teeth... why not these?

Profit. Not just an honest fair profit, but exorbitant greedy profiteering profit. That does NOT mean these are bad; they are just overpriced.

Don't imagine they have you over a barrel though. The metal in these blades is soft enough that you CAN re-sharpen them! I do that with diamond needle files. Even with youthful vision, you need high-power magnification and good lighting. Nowadays, I have to use magnifying glasses AND a jeweler's magnifying lamp. It only takes a few minutes of careful filing and the edges come right back though!

One note: The "precision" Holz blade ( for wood ) pictured here on the right has a slightly different tooth-geometry than the other two blades. The others are very simple to sharpen, just like rip-cut hand saws, only much smaller. The "precision Holz" blade's teeth are similar to Japanese crosscut teeth, so they are more challenging to sharpen. If you've ever tried to sharpen Japanese saws, you will know what I mean. You can get small diamond files cheaply, but I have yet to find any file slender enough to file the "precision Holz" style teeth effectively.

I know some pro-remodelers who swear by their Fein MultiMasters, but they go through blades fast, especially when cutting abrasive materials. That's why I got interested in sharpening these things in the first place. I don't have much use for the oscillating tools myself, so I do not have much experience with them. But I do know this...

Now that the patent has expired on this type of tool, Fein no longer has its strangle-hold on the market. You might have seen the battery-powered model that Bosch makes or the Dremel powered model. What you might not yet know is that you can get a beefy powered model from Harbor Freight tools for forty bucks and it is remarkably similar to the power and durability of the higher-priced competitors. It isn't pretty and does not have the nifty quick-blade-change feature of Fein, but it cuts exactly the same.

Another money-saving tip... The cheap tool does not have nibs to fit the star-shaped holes in these Fein blades. If you attach them with screw-pressure alone, they have a tendency to slip.

No Problem! Just dab a little Loctite screw compound on the blade, screw it down firmly and wait one minute. The blade sticks well enough to hold in place, but will come off easily enough when it's time to replace it. Also, the replacement blades that Harbor Freight sells are substantially less expensive, yet are of similar design and quality... which is to say, not great. But hey, if you just need the tool once in a while, it works just fine... not Fein.. but FINE. (Sorry, couldn't resist ;-)

My buddy keeps TWO of these cheap oscillating saws on hand for renovating bathrooms and kitchens. Instead of switching blades, he switches saws. On one saw he keeps a metal-cutting blade for pipes and such. The other sports a larger semi-circular blades for tile and grout. At forty bucks a saw and seven bucks per blade, both saws and blades cost less than one Dremel or Rockwell version, and MUCH less than the good but expensive Fein. He keeps both saws plugged in and can switch between them faster than any quick-change mechanism can switch blades. He learned to sharpen some of these blades and doesn't even bother removing the blades to re-sharpen them. He just clamps the whole tool to his saw-horse, or holds the thing in one hand while he sharpens with the other. He has been using those tricks for over a year now... same blades, same cheap saws. No problems other than blade slippage, and the Loctite took care of that!

So... bottom line. If you are not a pro and don't need the quick change feature of the expensive Teutonic tool, get the cheap one and the cheap blades. Use Loctite Sumu-glue or Loctite Red thread-locking compound to hold blades securely.

If you are a pro and must have the superb Fein tool and expensive blades, get a set of cheap diamond needle files. They will work on most of the blades and you can save a ton of money on blade replacement.
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