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Metabo 6" grinder. What model?

Postby Jetman » Sat Dec 09, 2017 10:02 am

Saw the Video of using the grinder to cut big steel beams.
Was wondering what model they were using? Looks like they have several 6" models
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Re: Metabo 6" grinder. What model?

Postby LtBadd » Sun Dec 10, 2017 10:36 am

Are you referring to the video with JD Brewer using the grinder? If so you may be able to contact him directly concerning your question.
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Re: Metabo 6" grinder. What model?

Postby Arclight Ironworks » Sun Dec 10, 2017 11:06 am

@ Jetman - 90% of our grinders are corded Metabos in 4-1/2" and 6". Strong as steel and smooth as ice.

Recommend the 13.5A, paddle switched, quick-change WEP 15-150. The paddled operation is ideal for safe, shorter duration work, a la with .045" Slicer wheels.

If you are planning to "grind" (hard bonded abrasives, flapper) for surface preparation/finish work, Then you should consider the model with the Slider switch. Running a Paddle switched grinder for extended durations will definitely increase your finger/foreman strength, but is less than ideal for extended durations IMPO.

Look online for pre-owned and refurbished models.
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