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Bosch T118A 3-5/8 in. 17 - 24 TPI T-Shank Jigsaw Blade (5-Pack)

  • Bosch T118A 3-5/8 in. 17 - 24 TPI T-Shank Jigsaw Blade (5-Pack)
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For all cutting applications in metal, sheet metal, non-ferrous metal and aluminum. Ideal for cutting thin or thick material, straight lines or fast cuts
Features:
  • Basic for Metal blades are the economical choice for cutting sheet metal and thin metals (ferrous and non-ferrous)
  • T-shank blades are suitable for Jigsaws from Bosch, AEG, Dewalt, ELU, Hitachi, Makita, Metabo, Milwaukee and others
  • When cutting metal, remember to use cutting oil, turpentine or a mixture of turpentine & petroleum oil to cool Jigsaw blade
Includes:
  • (5) 3-5/8 in. 17-24 TPI T-Shank Jigsaw Blades - T118A

Specifications

Length: 3 in.
Height: 0.3 in.
Blade Thickness: 0.04 in.
Blade Type: Basic for Metal
Cutting Capacity - Wood: 2.09 in.
Shipping Weight: 0.05 lbs.
Teeth Per Inch: 17 24

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Great blades!
I used this blade to cut about 20 linear feet in 14 gauge 304 stainless steel. I went through 2 blades and the 3rd blade I used is still good. I ran my Bosch jigsaw on a slow speed, used cutting oil and it worked like a champ. I had received advise that using a jigsaw on stainless steel that thick wouldn't work, and if I did try it, I would have to use something other than a high speed steel blade. That advise turned out to be very wrong. I wouldn't hesitate to do it again with these blades.
September 29, 2014
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