Angle Grinder Chop Saw with Return Spring #3DPrinting #3DThursday
Disclaimer – As with any power tool, there is some danger in operating an angle grinder. I believe it is much safer to use the grinder with a suitable fixture than if hand held, provided the fixture is designed and printed properly to resist breakage. Be sure to anchor this fixture to a suitable surface and to incorporate a backstop. Consider using a momentary contact foot switch because the grinder switch is catchy. This are my opinions, your safety is your own responsibility, proceed at your own risk and within your own capabilities and realm of experience.
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June 10, 2021 at 03:09AM