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Diamond Max 2 In 1 Grinder by Diamond Tech

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Item# 7390
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Product Features

  • Shape grind in seconds with the router bit
  • Create perfect fitting beveled edges with the Bevel Bock
  • Flat disk makes exact straight edges every time
  • One of the longest warrantied, most powerful tools in glass!
  • Great for fusing projects!
  • Grow with your grinder - can be converted into a beveler for custom bevels

Product Description

This grinder does it all! The first glass grinder to combine a flat diamond disk for straight edges with a router style bit for curves. You get two grinders in one! Bit and disk run simultaneously - you don't have to stop and switch back and forth.

Features a 1/8 hp motor and a 9" x 5-1/2" work surface. Includes a 1" Silver Bullet bit, 6" 260 grit diamond disk a 30°/45° angle block for perfectly fitting beveled edges, large work surface, and a 6 year manufacturer warranty. Click on Specification or User Manual to learn more about the Diamond Max's features.

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

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Product Details

  • Powerful 1/8 HP motor
  • 9" x 5-1/2" Easy Glide Work Surface
  • 1" long-lasting chrome hardened Silver Bullet Bit
  • 260 grit diamond disk
  • 30/45 degree Bevel Block
  • Advanced Super Sponge water cooling system
  • Full 6 year warranty

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Love my grinder!
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Pros : It's very versitle. You can use the top grinder for odd or rounded edges and the flat grinder for flat edges.
Cons : Yes, it does splash if you fill the water line too high, but I have a Morton splash guard surrounding the grinder and plexiglass beneath my grinder on my work surface area so that water doesn't spread everywhere. Other than that, it works great!
Other Thoughts : I've had my grinder for over 13 years now and have never had a problem with it. I'm not sure if it was manufactured in China, but overall I am very pleased with my grinder.
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Pros : I have had this grinder for several years and it is my workhorse. Mine is blue and is probably an earlier model. I like the fact that I can grind straight edges using the disc. I have added a Max Slash Shield to contain the splashing from the disc and a face shield to protect my eyes while using the grinding bit. After several years of regular use, the grinding disc separated. I contacted the manufacturer to ask about a glue or epoxy to affix it to the grinder, and was told that they would replace it free of charge because they considered it defective.
Cons : None
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   My Favorite Grinder!
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Pros : I've had this grinder for a few years and love it. I had two other grinders before this and there's just no comparison. I like it so much I bought my sister one for Christmas. I also bought the Max Splash shield with water bottle and got rid of the cardboard surround I had been using. I copper foil my pieces, so it's really nice having each piece smooth and perfectly formed and this grinder handles it with ease.
Cons : I can't think of any...comparing it to my old grinders, this one has no Cons.
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