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High speed professional grinder at a great value
Comes with all the accessories you are looking for!
Grind Fast With the Power Max!
This high speed professional router style grinder is perfect for shaping and smoothing your cut glass edges. Features the Advanced Super Sponge water cooling system, a 9-1/2" x 9-1/2" Easy Glide work surface and a 1/8 hp motor, making it one of the most powerful grinders in glass. Now comes loaded with extras. Includes 1", 3/4" and 1/4" chrome hardened Silver Bullet bits for every grinding need, plus a face shield and a hand foot switch. 6 year manufacturer warranty.
Pros : Excellent customer service. I had my machine go out and explained my problem to technician and had a replacement part within a week. It has always performed exceptionally well up until this point (owned for 2 years).
Cons : It does throw water, but don't overfill. I use a fish tank turned on it's side and it is no problem with the water.
Other Thoughts : I would recommend this grinder to anyone starting out in stained glass!
Pros : I have used my Power Max II for about 6 years. Pros: This is a tremendously powerful machine --- you can really "lean on it" without apparent harm.
In all, an excellent mid-range grinder. My primary needs are power and durability and this machine definitely provides them.
Cons : Cons: The grinder is very messy. It throws a lot of water all over.
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