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Craftsman 6" Variable Speed Grinding Center

Item# 00921154000P | Model# 21154 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 6" Variable Speed Grinding Center
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A Great Addition to Your Workshop Put the finishing touches on your latest DIY project with the Craftsman 6" variable speed grinding center. With variable speeds of 2,000-3,450 RPM, you can get the job done your way every time. Quick-change wheel guards let you swap out wheels in a few seconds for added versatility, while a thin-line motor housing allows for easy grinding of longer materials. This grinding center is ready to take on a variety of grinding and sharpening tasks.

  • Variable speed control from 2,000 to 3,450 RPM
  • 2amp motor
  • Comes with 1 grinding and 1 wire wheel for maximum versatility
  • Quick-change wheel guards
  • Thin-line motor housings provides easy grinding of longer materials
  • Handheld wheel dresser
  • Water cooling tray prevents overheating
  • Flexible work-light that works independently from grinder
  • Adjustable tools rests and patented attachment for accurate bit sharpening
  • Water cooling tray prevents overheating
  • Large cast iron base provides stability and minimizes vibration
  • Comes with wide clear eye shields and sturdy spark guards
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By tuned944
July 12th, 2010
Craftsman 6" Var Spd Grinder makes dull task fun again

I spent over an hour cleaning rust off tools after setting the bench grinder up.  The variable speed feature is cool and the weight of the unit makes it wery solid even before I mounted it to the bench top.  The grinding wheels and brushes are very easy to change out and the flexible lamp is very helpful.  I would strongly recommend the Bench Grinder.

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By Bike_Guy
January 11th, 2013

No power. Takes 15 secs to get up to speed. Either out of balance or shaft not completely straight, so it wobbled/viabrated pretty bad once it got up to speed. Set it up, started it, saw that it was not up to my equipment standards and should not be up to the craftsmen brand standards and immediately returned it. I am concerned about craftmen putting their name on this. I am huge fan and hope this is not a sign of things to come.

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Clay Childres
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Mario  paz
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Lots of power at a great price.


My old bench grinder finally gave up. I looked at this one because I liked the adjustable speed control. This grinder has lots of power. I would recommend this to a friend.

December 18th
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| Earned 194 community points in Craftsman
October 31st
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Overall great but screws right out the box WTH—


First of all I am great supporter of Craftsman, but this was a disappointment to say the least. The screws to the toggle/speed panel were loose by a few turns each.  I then decided to check the rest of the unit, sure and behold the screws hold the backing plate on the right side were loose. The shaft nuts had no play so that was a good sign and everything else has been up to par. This is the reason why I gave it a three... I recommend it but like everything else check everything before you turn it on...

October 23rd via mobile
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Great value with points and on sale!


6" Variable speed grinder

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