Oscillating Multi Tools

Oscillating Multi Tool

Oscillating Multi Tools Information

Like a rotary multi tool, the oscillating multi tool is capable of handling a variety of different tasks – the difference being that its tool holder oscillates, like a hair clipper, rather than spinning around. This lends it to different applications such as scraping, flush cutting, plunge cutting and sanding. Oscillating multi tools are some of the most compact and portable power tools available, and these motorized Swiss Army knives often come into their own when working in restricted workspaces and for precision applications where tools such as reciprocating saws or angle grinders would be too cumbersome to use effectively. They are especially useful when performing plunge cuts into materials like plasterboard, decking or trim, taking out grout from between tiles, flush cutting pipes & nails and when working up against floors, walls and other obstructions.

Here's our application guide:

• Corded Oscillating Multi Tools - often more affordable and ideal for bigger renovation jobs, as long as you don't need to operate too far from a power socket.
• Cordless Oscillating Multi Tools - a versatile and portable option that is ideal for site use. Those in the lower voltage classes (10.8v & 12v) are small and compact, while the larger 18v models offer increased power, making them suitable for more demanding tasks.

Jobs that can be Undertaken with an Oscillating Multi Tool:

  • Sanding
  • Scraping
  • Cutting Wood
  • Cutting Metal
  • Cutting Plastic
  • Cutting Plasterboard
  • Cutting Fibreglass
  • Flush Cutting
  • Plunge Cutting
  • Cleaning & Polishing
  • Removing Rust
  • Removing Paint
  • Removing Caulking
  • Removing Tiles
  • Removing Grout
  • Removing Mortar

Oscillating Multi Tool Safety:

Oscillating multi tools can be ear piercingly loud, so hearing protection is a must, along with suitable eye and respiratory protection, depending on the application and materials being worked on.

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