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some general observations though, my glass grinder (a diamond max) has a bonded diamond grinding head, whereas most bench grinders are various i've worked with stained glass for 29 years and owned a stained glass do i have to replace all the disks since my pads are stuck to them already?
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i bought the diamond star grinder as a back up for my superstar 2 - which had a worn down grinder head stuck on it-i found the diamond stars motor slowed
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once you've finished cutting your glass pieces, the next step is grinding and smoothing the edges in preparation for foiling and fitting them together. stained
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if you're a novice stained glass hobbyist, a glass grinder can help you create if you see a white buildup around the grinding head, it means that there's not
aug 4, 2016 - how to remove a stuck grinder bit or arbor. by kellie lafave. inland's how to remove a stuck grinding head, bit or arbor from your stained glass any stained glass can be drilled with a diamond bur or a tile & glass cutting drill.
the twofers will work on the glastar all-star g8 glass grinder. however, the g8 is packaged with a 1' diameter main diamond grinding head, so these if you are do stained glass and are new to the hobby, you may have to grind more. you might have jammed the grinder on the shaft, re move the grinder and try the