1/4" Glastar Grinder Bit - Standard

$29.95 USD
Item# 5218
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Product Features

  • Grind your way to perfect fitting pieces
  • High quality diamond plating for extra long life
  • 1/4" Standard 100 Grit

Product Description

Made with a patented diamond bonding process for extra long life. Fits Glastar G5, G6, and G8 grinders for grinding small, tight areas. Fits Inland and Glastar G7 grinders with bit adapter. For extra control and support when grinding with this bit use the Glastar Universal Mini Table.

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Product Details

  • Compatible with Grinders:
  • Inland Wizling CG*
  • Inland Wiz CG*
  • Inland Impulse Touch-Top*
  • Inland Wizard*
  • Glastar Superstar II G-12*
  • Glastar All Star G-8
  • Requires Bit Adapter

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5 out of 5 stars
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Pros : These are by far the best grinding bits I have used. They are good quality and hold up well. Highly recommend them.
Cons : None
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  •   Great addition to my grinder.
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Pros : This bit allows for very small detailed work in the smallest of cuts in your glass.
Cons : Can readily bend so do not force your glass into the grinder bit. Let it do the work.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Love To Get To The Small Areas!
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Pros : I had never tried a smaller grinder bit but found it essential for a recent project that I would never have been able to do without this size of grinder bit!
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Other Thoughts : As in my review of the adapter, the mini table is essential to get to use this bit.
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