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Grinding aluminum

Postby Mihtu » Wed Mar 08, 2017 12:56 pm

Hello everyone,just signed up here,but if anyone is doing any grinding on aluminum, you have to try the Plantex Tiger shark flap discs,when used with the Kanguru oil,it is amazing,virtually no load up,and fast material removal,they also have discs for stainless,and regular steel,and the price point is about half of the cost of the best discs on the market!The Kanguru oil also works when drilling,and using a burr,so anyhow check this stuff out,works really good!
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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby Erich » Wed Mar 08, 2017 3:48 pm

To me this is borderline spam. Thoughts?
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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby Mihtu » Wed Mar 08, 2017 4:46 pm

How do you get spam from an honest product review,it's good stuff at the right price,and I see tons of people asking how to keep discs from loading up and,how to keep burrs and drill bits clean,this is why I try to stay away from forums,some people just don't appreciate it when someone passes along info!Just saying,I tried some stuff,didn't work that great,this stuff worked good,sorry it offended you!
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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby Otto Nobedder » Wed Mar 08, 2017 7:55 pm

Erich wrote:To me this is borderline spam. Thoughts?


My thoughts?

I think this is the "product reviews" area, and that's what I read. There wasn't even a hyperlink, so if the product interests you, you have to do your own legwork.

Perfectly legit, and within the rules.

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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby LtBadd » Wed Mar 08, 2017 7:57 pm

Mihtu wrote:Hello everyone,just signed up here,but if anyone is doing any grinding on aluminum, you have to try the Plantex Tiger shark flap discs,when used with the Kanguru oil,it is amazing,virtually no load up,and fast material removal,they also have discs for stainless,and regular steel,and the price point is about half of the cost of the best discs on the market!The Kanguru oil also works when drilling,and using a burr,so anyhow check this stuff out,works really good!

I just visited the website, looks like good tools and equipment...bookmarked for future reference

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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby AndersK » Thu Mar 09, 2017 3:00 am

Otto Nobedder wrote:
Erich wrote:To me this is borderline spam. Thoughts?


My thoughts?

I think this is the "product reviews" area, and that's what I read. There wasn't even a hyperlink, so if the product interests you, you have to do your own legwork.

Perfectly legit, and within the rules.

Steve S


I think the response was based on the fact that this was his first post here. Pretty much looked as an ad to my eyes too. Then he started posting some projects. Done the opposite and the grinding post would probably have been read differently.
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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby Otto Nobedder » Thu Mar 09, 2017 6:44 pm

AndersK wrote:
I think the response was based on the fact that this was his first post here. Pretty much looked as an ad to my eyes too. Then he started posting some projects. Done the opposite and the grinding post would probably have been read differently.


Fair enough. By the time I saw this, the project posts were up, and I didn't compare posting times. It fit within the rules, regardless, but as an "only post" I get the suspicion.

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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby Mihtu » Thu Mar 09, 2017 11:11 pm

Like I said I'm new here,I am an hvac specialist by trade,so I am on other forums,I know you don't usually talk prices,or spam anyone,I just thought the product was worth it's salt,that's all,if it helps someone out great,but I do understand,your concern,thanks for being understanding! P.S,as a first post it had to be pre-a proved before it even made it up on the board!I will learn how to do this eventually!
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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby AndersK » Fri Mar 10, 2017 5:29 pm

No harm done at all.
Now when you have shown your projects youre part of the family here and won't be questioned again if posting product reviews. 8-)
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Re: Grinding aluminum

Postby Coldman » Fri Mar 10, 2017 6:46 pm

I checked it out too. Looks interesting. Also looks like an aussie product, what part of the world are you in?


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