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Thread: Rotary blades

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    Super Member ljptexas's Avatar
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    Did I see someone mention U can buy rotary blades at Harbour Freight? I could be wrong. There is 1 very close to me.

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    Yes, they are for the carpet cutters. Very cheap!

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    Yes you can. They are called carpet cutting blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljptexas
    Did I see someone mention U can buy rotary blades at Harbour Freight? I could be wrong. There is 1 very close to me.

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    They didn't have any at the HF close to me. I ended up ordering them online and still saved bunches.

    Look in the carpet cutting area...they don't call them rotary blades

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    Yep had to order mine and it took over 3 months to come . too many ordered LOL!!! I did order 6 packages so I'm set for a long while.

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    So cheap they don't last long and nick easily. Just my two cents.

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    Do they work in the regular 60mm cutters or do you need to purchase their cutter?

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    We have a brand new store here, just opened. I'll check if they have them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyshuffler
    Thank you for the link. What do you put in the search box?

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    Search here for Harbor Freight. Can also order on-line.

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    I got some and haven't had really good luck with them. The first one I tried skipped. Someone said they might work better turned over...didn't try that since I used it for cardboard later. Works good for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyshuffler
    vboivin---- they only fit 45mm
    RUSewing----- the link I gave you brings it right up for you , so you do not need to search for anything :D

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    We don't have one close so I irder on line . 2/1.99 Still using the first one ,I put in 5 months ago. NO problems

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    In California you can't buy them in the stores, so I ordered mine online. They came in just a few days, and boy are they sharp! Oh, and cheap, too!

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    Safe to say, most of us like the HF blades, I like mine, and very reasonable.

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    Senior Member RUSewing's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyshuffler
    Quote Originally Posted by ladyshuffler
    vboivin---- they only fit 45mm
    RUSewing----- the link I gave you brings it right up for you , so you do not need to search for anything :D
    Thanks.

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    Just got mine thru mail and very sharp.The ones I got from E-bay I swear were used or re sharpened and didn't cut so good.Who knows what we are getting at those cheap prices......So far so good.....

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