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Old 04-21-2013, 02:32 PM
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Default Re: what did you do to your motor bike today?

Originally Posted by MEASURE TWICE View Post
FYI, I found that when using the Dremel cut off wheels, I stop using them at various levels of wear when I am cutting.

This allows me to have a couple of different diameter sizes so they fit where they otherwise would not. I intend to use them not so much as cutters when they are worn smaller diameter but as shapers. The solid grinders have too much surface area to shape quickly in a small area I have found usually.

It has helped me out many times over. I have to switch wheels, but they seem to allow carving more smooth than the metal cutter.

I know the metal cutters have there use, but I am partial to those grinder wheels even though they wear way faster.

I was going to mention that somewhere myself.. I recently had a small job that the 'left over' wheels made easy and a full size just wouldn't have fit or done the job well if it had.


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