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Posted on Chipped grinding wheel - bad to use the other wheel?

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Bob Gnann

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#1 posted 03-05-2021 03:26 PM

That looks like a standard size and grit wheel that should be easy to find. I worked in industrial supply for many years, including selling abrasives and grinding products. DON’T USE THIS WHEEL! A trip to the emergency room or the eye surgeon far out weighs the cost of a new wheel. Search industrial accidents grinding / abrasives to see some nasty pictures.
In the world of abrasives the old saying you get what you pay for definitely applies. Not only with final results but also with product safety. Replace with a good quality name brand, not necessarily the cheapest import.

-- Bob Gnann


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