3/4" Studio Pro Fast Grinder Bit

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$29.95 USD
Item# 7412F
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Product Features

  • 3/4" Fast Bit reduces the time you spend grinding
  • Fits Max Grinders, Inland and Glastar except G-5


Product Description

For quick glass removal and for large areas with minimal chipping. Studio Pro bits are chrome hardened for performance, strength and durability. Bit fits all Diamond Tech Max grinders. 

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Product Details

  • Package Dimensions: N/A
  • Weight: 2.08 ounces
  • UPC: 79436600036-0

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Perfect!
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Pros : Did exactly what I was hoping for... its tougher than the fine bit that comes with the grinder that wears out way too fast. I'll continue to order these!
Cons : None.
Other Thoughts : These should be included with the grinders sold.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   Useful for quick removal of excess glass
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Pros : I find this useful if I've fired some glass and I then want to reshape it a bit. On unfired 3mm glass it is fast and easy to use. It definitely saves you time. I will definitely buy this again.
Cons : The coarse grit is only to get a quick fix. It does chip your glass slightly, which is expected. I always make sure I then use finer grit grinding bits to ensure my pieces are not chipped.
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