Bosch T101AO100 100-Piece 3-1/4 In. 20 TPI Clean for Wood T-Shank Jig Saw Blades
- 1/4 In. universal shank (U-shank) blades suitable for jig saws
- Bi-metal blades are highly flexible and tough because of a combination of HSS and HCS
- Bosch bi-metal jig saw blades last twice as long as HSS blades and 10 times longer than HCS blades
- Great Value
3" 20 Teeth per Inch Shank Jigsaw Blade (Pack of 100) Bosch parts keep your tools working their best for any application you can come up with. Bosch blades are needed to be replaced often for safety and insure the job is done correctly the first time. Features: 0.17" Blade Height 0.05" Blade Thickness High Carbon Steel Construction 20 Teeth per Inch Bosch has been in the headlines of state of the art development for over 100 years. From the invention of the jigsaw to their ergonomic designed tools, Bosch as cared about the customer since they started business in 1886.
Best materials and an optimized tooth geometry on Bosch wood jig saw blades offer excellent performance in both thinner and deeper wood cuts. High-carbon steel (HCS) blades offer excellent performance in wood, laminated particle board or plastics. Bosch bi-metal blades reduce breakage risk, but allow maximum cutting flexibility and versatility. Bi-metal jig saw blades offer up to 10 times’ longer life than HCS blades.
Side Set & Ground
Side set and ground teeth offer clean, fast cuts in wood and plastics. In the design of jig saw blade teeth, side set means teeth are designed to be offset and are used for cuts that are fast. These blades tend to have fewer teeth per inch (TPI) and are used in thicker material applications.
Side Set & Ground
Wavy Set & Milled
Side Set & Milled
Ground & Taper Ground
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This blade does fit in the Bladerunner X2 saw.
The size can make it difficult to cut precisely.
Place saw flat on the surface you are cutting. As many teeth in contact as possible. Pinch hold the spine with one hand and use the other hand to make an initial cut. This guide groove will help prevent the saw from flexing.
Very happy with these.
Below you can see the Leatherman Surge and compare its default saw with these.
There will be some play, because these are thinner than the Surge's saw. It is not too bad, but you can use some tape to fatten the stock and make the fit tighter in the Surge's slot.
After that project I bought these and what a difference! I've used them on a bunch of projects and they've just made my life and my jigsaw work so much easier and cleaner! The last project I used them on had a lot of cuts it 1/4" Birch plywood which was pretty prone to tearout without proper blades and blade depths on my circular and table saws... When it came time to cut out some openings with the jigsaw, these blades passed with flying colors! There was basically no tearout at all, even with the fragile veneer on the birch plywood, and if you let the blade dictate the cut speed and don't force it, it really helped in making straight, precise cuts.
I've used these on 1" mdf, pine, and a whole bunch of plywood and I just love them. I don't even mind the price one bit for the cut quality they provide! I'd buy them again at twice thy price if I had to. It's amazing what a half decent jigsaw and some nice blades will do for you. Used to HATE using jigsaws until I got the new saw and new blades. Now I love it!
My only wish is that they made a smaller version that could do more finely detailed work. You have to use those really small blades sometimes and they and pretty prone to tearout still.
UPDATE: I just used both the wood and metal 9" blades to modify a a very OVER-used work bench for a very disabled individual. One aspect required extensive rounding the corners of the work surface. It was loaded with bolts, nails, screws and staples. Two sheets of 3/4" plywood sitting on top of 4" x 5" legs with horizontal framing of 2" x 6". That is a vertical cut of 7" in one pass. All f it reclaimed lumber, i.e: lots of ferrous and non-ferrous surprises. Marked out the radius needed and cut precisely where I marked. Started with the wood blade and when I touched "noise meaning metal" I switched to the metal blade. Back and forth.It did the job so well it took under five minutes per corner to dress them up with a small belt sander 100 grit. THIS IS AN OUTSTANDING PRODUCT.