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Diamond Max 2 In 1 Deluxe Grinder by Diamond Tech

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Item# 7394
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Product Features

  • 2-in-1 flat disk grinder and router style bit to handle any project
  • Save time! You can use either grinder surface without switching anything out
  • Advanced Super Sponge water-cooling system
  • Packed with great glass craft accessories
  • Full 6 year warranty


Product Description

Two-In-One-Grinder!
This innovative grinder combines a flat disk to grind straight edges with a router style bit for curves and regular spot grinding (see images below). You can easily use both grinding surfaces because they run at the same time (no switching out bits for disks).

Packed with great accessories, the Diamond Max Deluxe features a powerful motor that grinds fast (1/8 hp motor), big work surface (9" x 5-1/2"), 6" diamond disk, three Silver Bullet Bits for every size of grinding (1", 3/4" and 1/4"), Super Sponge water cooling system, 30°/45° angle block (for perfect fitting beveled edges), foot switch, and a six year manufacturer warranty.

Delphi Tip: For improved lubrication you can enlarge the holes in the Slide Valve or for even better pair your grinder with a Max Splash™ Shield and Water Bottle (Item #7377)

For tips on how to install the flat disk properly see the Tip Sheet in additional images.

Available in 220/240 Volt
Also available in a 220/240 international voltage version.

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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Diamond Max Deluxe Grinder
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Pros : Does a great job of grinding with both the flat disc, and the top grinder. Easy to use.
Cons : Water source not adequate for flat disc grinding. I enlarged the holes, but it still is not enough water.
Other Thoughts : Needs a better water system for disc use.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Love it!
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Pros : Plenty of power and handles all my grinding needs. All in one saves space.
Cons : Its a pain to flip around to use the other grinding surface.
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2 out of 5 stars
  •   good for hobbyists maybe
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Pros : the floor switch is great, the grinder head is fine
Cons : the disk grinder kind of stinks. you can't grind a big flat edge on it (say, if you want to do a 12" piece), I thought I could just run it along the bottom. The water delivery system for the disk needs to be manually refilled often, and the disk will sometimes grab and chip the piece being ground.
Other Thoughts : save your $ and get a good grinder and a lap grinder or wet belt sander if this is something you'll use regularly.
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