1" Standard Quick-Fit Bit Diamond Sleeve Replacement

$23.95 USD
Item# 70774
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Product Features

  • Easy to use and time saving
  • Maximizes use of the grinding surface
  • Prevents chipping
  • Has a grit of 100/120

Product Description

The quick-fit bit system is unlike any other bit in stained glass! It is designed to be quick to change without the use of a hex wrench or other tools like conventional grinder bits. With a flip action of the holder's lever, you can change your bit, or the grit of the bit, in seconds! There's no need to find and use keys or locking tools - no grinder freeze-ups!

The Standard Bit Grit is the most common grit used by glass artists for its universal use. Can be used on all different thicknesses of glass. It is great for grinding and shaping glass with a grit of 100/120. Techniglass makes it easy to identify the Standard Bit Grit by designating the color green.

Standard replacement diamond bit sleeve for The Grinder, Glastar Superstar II Grinder (#5195). Also a replacement for Quick Fit Bit System #8402. Note this is the diamond bit sleeve only. Holder sold separately, see item #8402.

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Pros : Easily replaced, price is right, overall quality is good.
Cons : you can not use the center of the bit no matter what you do, UNLESS you hold the glass in your hand to use the very center of the bit. Flipping the bit over does not reach the center. The only design flaw of The Grinder and this bit system.
Other Thoughts : They need to figure out how to allow you to lower the bit so you can use the entire surface without having to hold the glass to use the very center of the bit.
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