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Bevel Max Studio Beveling System by Diamond Tech

$399.95 USD
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Item# 7900
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  • Great for stained glass, fused or jewelry projects
  • Smooth surfaces or add a faceted edge to cabochons
  • Create custom bevels for any project


Product Description

Affordable Custom Beveling!
Customize stock bevels and clusters, add facets to bead, beveled edges to fused glass and even polish away devitrification with the Max Beveler. The four step grinding/polishing process allows you to create your own bevels and add amazing effects to your hot glass projects. 6 year manufacturer warranty.
 

Kit Includes:  
Max Grinder base  6" 180 Grit diamond disk
15 and 60 Micro grit laps (5 pcs.) Polishing pad 
Polishing compound  Max Splash shield with water bottle
Bevel Block  Instructional DVD 



Image included from "Painted and Faceted Fused Beads" book #6489. 

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

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Product Details

  • 1/8 hp motor
  • 9-1/2" x 4-1/2" work surface
  • 6 year manufacturer warranty

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Great tool
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Pros : Works well. Polishes glass very well. Generous grinding area. Very affordable.
Cons : None.
Other Thoughts : I've been able to "fix" bad bevels (ones that don't fit) and create new ones as well as polish finished pieces of glass.
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  •   diamond max beveling system
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Pros : I use it for the edges of my fused glass pendants - it makes them look so professionally made ---
Cons : none
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Bevels and polishing
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Pros : I have used this system to customize stock bevels to different shapes and sizes and it works great. It does take patience and practice. And you need to wear an apron because you will get wet but that should be expected since you are removing a lot of glass during the process and that requires a lot of water. What caused me to decide to write this review was another use for which I recently used this tool. I installed a glass tile back splash in my kitchen. I used my bandsaw to cut the 1/4" thick glass tiles but this left an unfinished edge on the cut pieces. I used the Bevel Max to round the cut and polish the edge. It worked beautifully.
Cons : None.
Other Thoughts : Because of the amount of water used in the beveling and polishing process the work area will get wet. I use a boot tray to keep my work bench clean and dry. I just set the Bevel Max in the tray, sit the splash guard behind also in the tray and put a cup under the run off tube. All the water then stays within the boot tray keeping the bench work surface clean and dry.
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