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Re: Dremel Wheel

To: Barney Gaylord <>
Subject: Re: Dremel Wheel
From: Matt Pringle <>
Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 08:07:03 -0400
Forget those ones, through them out, you're just as likely to put out an
eye as actually grind anything.  Get the fibreglass reinfoced ones. 
They come in packs of five, they're black and last forever.


Barney Gaylord wrote:
> At 10:09 PM 7/27/99 +0100, David Hill wrote:
> >
> >I got a Dremel tool ....
> >I got some of the very thin cut-off wheels with the tool but they're
> feeble things which snap as easily as a dry biscuit ....
> I've had very good luck by putting two of the thin cut-off wheels on the
> mandrel at the same time, very much stronger that way and they hardly ever
> break.  If you need a thin kerf, then use just one wwheel and take it very
> easy with the cutting force.  The edge of the wheel is so small that a
> little force makes for a lot of pressure on the grinding edge.  More force
> doesn't cut any faster, just breaks the wheel.
> Barney Gaylord
> 1958 MGA with an attitude

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