The electronic oscillating tool (EOT) is driven by an electric motor producing up to 12,000 rpm and has a stroke of 1mm. At launch, knives are available to cut material up to a thickness of 24mm. This makes the unit suitable for cutting foam boards and corrugated cardboard. Of course, the oscillating tool can be used for thinner materials as well (e.g.: solid cardboard, textiles, etc.) Both the maximum cutting speed and the minimum curve radius vary depending on the knife shape, material consistency and material thickness.
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ELECTRONIC OSCILLATING TOOL