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Jewelry Bits

Use the Groove Edge grinder head to create a groove around the outside of fused glass pieces, beads, stones, cabochons and more. Diamond Groove Jewelry Grinder Bit is used for shaping and grinding the edges of glass pieces and creating grooves in stained glass for wire wrapping. If you're a glass artist, these grinder bits are essential. We have a large variety of different grits available in sizes. All grinder bits are 1.4mm in thickness and come with a set-screw Allen wrench and square-shaped sponge to keep your glass piece cool while you work.Made with a patented diamond bonding process for extra long life. Creates a groove to fit 16 and 18 gauge wire. Assists in securely wire wrapping 3-D glass sculptures and glass jewelry. Eliminates the need to glue jewelry findings. 220 grit. Fits Glastar G3, G4, G7, G12, G14 and all Inland Grinders. Close-up of this item below. Step-by-Step: Wire Wrapping Using a Jewelry Bit See images below 1. Grind a groove around edges of glass cabochon with a jewelry bit. 2. Wrap wire around cabochon firmly from bottom, ending at top. Grip wire with pliers and twist to secure. 3. Bring wires up and wrap around a dowel 1/4" away from cabochon. 4. Using wire nippers, trim ends around base to secure and tuck in ends.

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Products

Size

DRHGB01

Diamond Grinder Ripple Head Bit

1" and 3/4"

HBFB

Diamond Grinder Fast Head Bit

1" and 3/4"

DRHGB02

Diamond Grinder Radius Edger Head Bit

1" and 3/4"

DGGB

Diamond Grinder Radius Angel Head Bits

1" and 3/4"

DGB

Diamond Grinder Adapter Head Bit

1/8" and 1/4"

DSGB01

Diamond Grinder Cap Head Bit

1/8" and 1/4"

DSGB

Diamond Grinder Standard Head Bit

1" and 3/4"

DTGB

Diamond Grinder Helix Head Bit

1" and 3/4"

DJGB

Diamond Grinder Jewelry Bit

1/8" and 1/4"

DRHGB03

Diamond Grinder Reducing Head Bit

1" and 3/4"

GBA

Diamond Grinder Bit Adapter

1" and 3/4"


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FAQ

Q: Why does my glass grinder chip my glass?
Thin or delicate glass can chip if you press too hard against the grinder bit. Try easing back a bit to see if that helps. A coarse grinding bit can chip more delicate glass as well. Try using a finer grade bit.
Q: Can you grind tile with a glass grinder?
Always make sure to wear safety glasses when grinding tile on your glass grinder. Once the piece is smoothed, glue it in place. Some tile pieces will actually need to be completely reshaped such as this one.
Q: What can I use instead of a glass grinder?
An abrasive stone cannot shape your glass pieces the way a glass grinder can, but it can get rid of those nasty little edges on your freshly cut pieces of glass. Instead of taking your glass to the grinder to clean your edges, just run the surface of the stone against the area of your glass that needs smoothing.
Q: How often do you clean a glass grinder?
These tools find applications in various industries, including architectural and scientific glass, ceramics, composites, aerospace, transportation, and more. They are used for grinding, polishing, and surface finishing.
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