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3/4" Fine Glastar Grinder Bit by Glastar

$49.95 USD
Item# 30307
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Product Features

  • Grind your way to perfect fitting pieces
  • High quality diamond plating for extra long life
  • 3/4" Fine 220 Grit bit fits G8, G12 and G14 grinders


Product Description

There is no comparison when it comes Glastar's grinding heads. They outperform and outlast all other heads three to one!  The secret is their unique diamond bonding that eliminates peeling, creating a uniform surface that lasts. Fine grit is 220 mesh and produces a smooth surface with virtually no chipping. Fits Glastar G7, G12 and G14.

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  •   Fine grit works beautifully
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Pros : I can't believe I waited this long (at least 10 years) to replace my old Glastar grinder head. This new one is fast, and doesn't take chips out of the glass.
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