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Radius Edger Head

The Diamond Glass Grinder Radius Edger Head Bit is a versatile tool that combines both flat and radius (rounded) edging capabilities. This is an excellent choice for mosaic work or when dealing with exposed glass edges. The fine grit radius head is particularly valuable for preventing chipping when working on decorative mirror edging. It features a standard 100 grit for efficient grinding.

  • The combination of a flat and radius edger in one head, providing versatility for various edging needs.

  • The fine grit radius head that virtually eliminates chipping, making it suitable for delicate decorative mirror edging.

  • It is made with a patented diamond bonding process, ensuring a longer lifespan and durability.

  • Compatibility with a range of grinders, including Glastar G3, G4, G7, G12, G14, and all Inland Grinders.

This Diamond Glass Grinder Radius Edger Head Bit is invaluable for achieving precise and smooth glass edging, whether you're working on mosaics or decorative mirror projects. Its ability to prevent chipping ensures a high-quality finish, and its compatibility with multiple grinders enhances its versatility for various glass art applications.

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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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