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When you hear die grinder, you probably think of a small tool that you operate one-handed — and with most die grinders you’d be right. But the Dynabrade 8″ extension grinder could grind that perception right out of your head. The 8″ extension grinder grinds metal like your average die grinder, but the handle has grown eight inches. It gives the tool a greater reach, but more importantly it gives you more leverage, because the standard one-handed tool has become a two-handed grinding machine.

The additional hand gives you more control as you’re aggressively grinding away on your projects. This grinder runs at 18,000 RPM with a force of .5 horse power. That much power in a small package almost requires you to grab on with both hands.

The Dynabrade extension grinder also comes with an extensive cost, about $420.

8″ Extension Grinder [Dynabrade]
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One Response to Die Grinder On A Stick

  1. Chris says:

    That much power in a small package almost requires you to grab on with both hands.

    That many RPMs on a typical grinder disc sticking out eight inches on a spindly little shaft will make for some pretty serious gyroscopic forces that you wouldn’t feel as much with a standard grinder, too. I’d be surprised if most people *could* operate this thing one-handed with the necessary degree of control.

    Anyone used one?

    cl

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