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Crystalmaster Pro 12 Lap Grinder Kit by Abrasive Technology

Price $2,449.95
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Your Price: $2,349.95 USD
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Item# 6910
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  • Full 12" (no arbor hole) disc capacity
  • Magnetic disc holding system
  • Brush type splash guard allows large work pieces to pass through while keeping spray inside
  • Direct water supply connections or recirculating using a submersible pump (sold separately)
  • Flexible coolant spout directs heavy coolant stream to any area of cutting surface
  • 12" blank precision ground steel support plate


Product Description

Professional Grade Grinder and Polisher
The CrystalMaster Pro 12 Lap Grinder is designed for the serious hobbyist and professional. No other machine does what a lap grinder can do. It will give your glass project a professional finished look with ease. It can even give a smooth edge to large projects like the 18" fused table top shown above. A must for the serious cold glass worker and fuser!

The giant 12" capacity is perfect for cold working fused glass pieces, and its variable speed means this machine can go slow to fast for perfect grinding and polishing. The system uses 4 magnetic backed discs for quick changes in mesh sizes. Use with a direct water supply, or add the recirculating pump as an option. Runs on standard 120 volt household current. One year manufacturers warranty.

This Professional Kit includes everything you need to get started: The CrystalMaster Pro 12 Lap Grinder / Polisher, three 12" diamond laps (120, 400 and 600 grit), and a 12" Polypad urethane fiber pad. Recirculating Submersible Pump, item #42561, sold separately. 120 volt.

For additional details and instructions for setting up the recirculating pump system view the Setup Guide in additional images. 

Lap grinder also sold separately in 220/240V version. View the pricing and information for the 220/240V grinder only.

Step-by-Step: Using Your CrystalMaster Pro Grinder
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1. Begin grinding and shaping with coarse lap until desired shape and size are achieved.
2. Change laps and continue refining edges, working from coarsest lap to polishing pad.
3. Check edges periodically to ensure all grinding marks are buffed out and a smooth even finish is achieved.

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Pros : This grinder does the job and has held up well for several years.
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Pros : Very easy to use and change pads
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Pros : What a dream to use this grinder. Easy to change pads, easy hook up to water source. Cut my grinding time down to practically nothing. Wish I had saved my money and bought this grinder in the first place, rather than trying for the less expensive one.
Cons : Still some water splatter, but a plastic apron helps!
Other Thoughts : I agree with other reviewer: need an intermediate pad for grinding out scratches.
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