About Our Grinding & Cutting Discs

What is the difference between a Grinding Disc and Cutting Disc?

Yes, the difference is the thickness of the disc. A cutting disc will be thinner than a grinding disc. The 4-1/2" x 1/8" disc you have should work well. Typically the grinding discs are at least 1/4" thick.

What are Grinding Discs used for?

Grinding discs are suitable for metal and stone applications across a range of machine sizes. The main use of such discs is in the removal of materials. However, they can also be used for the finishing and preparation of stone and metal surfaces. These wheels allow for the effective removal of paint and rust.

Can you use a Grinder as a cut off tool?

Angle grinders are versatile tools that can grind metal and cut tile, stucco and pavers, rout out mortar, plus they can sand, polish and sharpen. Learn to use an angle grinder to cut tile, mortar and pavers; make quick work of rust and loose paint removal; sharpen blades and cut or grind steel.

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