1" Glastar Grinder Bit

Price $64.95
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Your Price: $51.95 USD   (21% Off)
Item# 5208
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Product Features

  • Grind your way to perfect fitting pieces
  • High quality diamond plating for extra long life
  • 1" Standard 100 Grit bit fits the G8
  • Includes a cooling sponge and an allen wrench


Product Description

There is no comparison when it comes Glastar's grinding heads. They outperform and outlast most other heads. The secret is their unique diamond bonding that eliminates peeling, creating a uniform surface that lasts.

Standard 100 Grit is the standard replacement for the Glastar G8 grinder as well as the Inland Impulse and Wizard. One inch diameter bits do not "bite" into the glass quite as much as 3/4" diameter bits, creating straighter edges and gentler curves.

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Product Details

  • Compatible with Grinders:
  • Inland Impulse Touch-Top
  • Inland Wizard
  • Glastar All Star G-8

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Grinder bit
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Pros : Usually love the Glastar bit's
Cons : The last one I had was defective I think as it seemed out of round and was just chipping glass.
Other Thoughts : Should have a warranty for the price.
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  •   Great brand
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Pros : Glastar is a great brand. Long lasting bit.
Cons : Price
Other Thoughts : Glastar is a fabulous manufacturer. I teach classes and their products are the best value for the money.
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Nov 16, 2010
The grinding head on my grinder is frozen on the motor shaft. How do I remove it? You may find that you can move the grinder head down, but not up and off, the shaft. This is due to the shaft becoming larger for one of two reasons. First, glass, dust and debris accumulate on the shaft. This coating builds up and makes the shaft larger. The second possibility is a nick or scar on the shaft, causing the same thing. In either case, push the bit down to get it out of the way. Then, using a fine steel wool, gently polish the motor shaft (with the motor running) for about a minute. The bit will usually then just lift right off. If this attempt does not work, you can apply an anti-seize liquid or spray (such as WD-40) onto the grinding head and motor shaft. Wait 10 or
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