Power Max II Deluxe Grinder

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Product Features

  • High speed professional grinder at a great value
  • Comes with all the accessories you are looking for!
  • 9-1/2" work surface and powerful 1/8 hp motor
  • Full 6 year manufacturer warranty
  • Includes 1", 3/4" and 1/4" Studio Pro grinder bits


Product Description

Grind Fast With the Power Max!
This high speed professional router style grinder is perfect for shaping and smoothing your cut glass edges. Features the Advanced Super Sponge water cooling system, a 9-1/2" x 9-1/2" Easy Glide work surface and a 1/8 hp motor, making it one of the most powerful grinders in glass. The Power Max II Deluxe comes loaded with extras - grind any shape precisely with included 1", 3/4" and 1/4". You'll love the convenience of the included foot switch which allows you to turn your grinder on and off at the tap of a toe and the added safety of the Universal Face Shield Support that can be paired with clear glass or an acrylic lens. An included tube of Anti-Seize lubricant makes maintaining your grinder and swapping grinder bits a breeze. 6 year manufacturer warranty.
 

Power Max Deluxe Package Includes:
  • 1" Studio Pro Grinder Bit
  • 3/4" Studio Pro Grinder Bit
  • 1/4" Studio Pro Grinder Bit
  • 9-1/2" Square Easy Glide Work Surface
  • Super Sponge Water Cooling System
  • Fast 1/8 horse power motor
  • Full 6 Year Warranty
  • Universal Face Shield Support
  • Easy-On Footswitch
  • Anti-Seize Lubricant

Note: Only Diamond Tech Studio Pro™ Bits fit the Power Max™ Glass Grinders.


Available in 220/240 Volt

Also available in a 220/240 international voltage version.

 

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Pros : Love how easy it is to change out the grinding drums. I have used in a couple of projects. This grinder really helps smoothing out the edges.
Cons : It can get a little wet in the surrounding area. Best to have on a surface that can take water.
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  •   Good Grinder ...But Beware!
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Pros : My Power Max II grinder went out after years of use, so I decided to purchase another one. It was a good work horse.
Cons : When I received my new Power Max II, I went to use my old Twofer bits and found they wouldn't fit on the new grinder. Apparently Diamond Tech changed the spindle diameter and my old grinding bits are useless now.
Other Thoughts : I'm a really Peeved that they changed their design. I guess all I can hope is that Twofer will change their bits to fit the new spindle size.
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