A little about additional accessories and nozzles kmtooltool Leatherman Surge. I tried a replaceable adapter for bits, very convenient. But the cap hexagonal bolts remained out of work, so I decided to improve the design.
Additional removable saws and nozzles for the Leatherman Surge multitool, interchangeable saws for wood, plastic, glass and metal, overview.
As a result, hexagons are put on directly, and standard bits through an adapter. Due to the spring-loaded ball, all nozzles are held tight. Branded flat bits get up too.
multitool Leatherman Surge files from jigsaw bought. Top down.
1. Large wood.
2. Average wood.
3. Small wood.
4. Staff file.
5. For metal-plastic long.
6. For metal-plastic short.
7. On ceramic glass (with a dusting).
A short file for metal and ceramic in size correspond to the standard ones, therefore, in the stowed position they normally hide in the multi-tool Leatherman Surge.
I was somewhat confused by the number of different saws, especially those on wood. I decided to choose one optimal for wood and metal, as a result of the tests revealed the following. Sawed a pine about 6 cm thick. With different saws, but practically in one place.
First interchangeable file BOSCH T101D, this is the file with the largest teeth. Sawing is predatory and fast, but due to large teeth there are delays, overcoming of which requires effort. Yes, and the sawing itself can not be called easy, you need to apply force, large teeth make themselves felt. The saw is not clogged, there are no delays due to this. The second in turn full-time file that came with Leatherman Surge. Shorter than the files from BOSCH by 1.5 cm, which greatly limits its capabilities. Clogged with sawdust immediately, then saw one torment. All this taken together does not allow us to consider it as the best option..
Third interchangeable file BOSCH T101B. This is the golden mean for me, it doesn’t clog sawdust, it’s sawing, of course, more slowly than the first BOSCH T101D, but surely and without delay. I leave.
I found a bottle in the forest, unfortunately there are a lot of them there now. Remembering that I have a ceramic file BOSCH T130, decided to saw off her neck from the bottle. In fact, what difference does it make, glass or ceramic tile … the tile seems even harder. I drank the photo after 5 minutes, it turned out that cutting glass is much more difficult than wood, but I think for 10-15 minutes, I would have managed completely.
I did not think much with metal saws, they are all the same. Left the file HAWERA 523, but only because it is the same length as the standard ones and, accordingly, I can put it on the Leatherman Surge multitool in the stowed position. In the photo, the second from the bottom.
As a result, it turned out like this in the clip of the Leatherman Surge multitool file, with you separately: wood BOSCH T101B, metal HAWERA 523, ceramics, glass BOSCH T130. The rest of the files, along with the standard one, are resting and waiting in the wings.