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Costway Angle Air Die Grinder 20000 RPM High Speed 1/4" inlet w/ 1/4" and 1/8" Collets

Item# SPM15495096824 | Model# TL34950 | Added on April 10, 2019 |
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Costway Angle Air Die Grinder 20000 RPM High Speed 1/4" inlet w/ 1/4" and 1/8" Collets
$34.99
$49.99
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Description
This angle air die grinder is a multifunctional tool, which can deal with machining, grinding, chamfering, deburring, grinding, polishing and so on. It can be used to sheet metal parts, metal welding parts, mechanical parts, various moulds and special-shaped tools. Because of its 90 degree angled shape, this machine is a great choice to solve the problem in tight spaces. And equipped With 0.25 HP (0.19kW) and 20,000rpm high speed, the machine has excellent performance that can solve most of difficult problems. What's more, the main body is made of the aluminum which is sturdy and durable for you long use time. Plus, the front exhaust design can reduce the debris and dust. That definitely can be your great helper! Don’t wait, come and buy it now!

Features:
Apply to multiple applications such as processing, grinding, chamfering, deburring and grinding
20,000rpm high rotary speed provides you high work efficiency
Strong aluminum housing withstands tough operating conditions
Ergonomic design provides you comfort of use
Lightweight only 1 lbs is easy to carry for one hand
Compact mini size is perfect for narrow space in which an angled grinder cannot reach
Front exhaust can control direction of airflow and reduce the debris and dust
Heavy-duty and reliable aluminum construction for long use time
Easy to use with a pressure plate switch
Including 1/4" and 1/8" size collets and wrenches to meet your needs

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Color: as the picture shows
Net weight: 1 lbs
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