What is an Angle Grinder?
The handheld power tool used for grinding (abrasive cutting) and polishing is often called an angle grinder, also known as the side grinder or disc grinder. The availability of an adjustable power supply with a wide range of cutters and attachments has initially been conceived as a method for rigid abrasive discs.
What do you have to do with an angle grinder?
Angle grinders are flexible tools that can grind metal as well as cut tiles, stucco, and pavers, roll out mortars, and sand, polish and sharpen. Learn how to cut tiles, mortars, and pavers using the angle grinder. Moreover, make easy rust and loose paint removal; as well as sharpen blades and cut or grind steel.
Is it possible to cut wood with an angle grinder?
As long as you match the rotation of the blade with your grinder, you can eventually cut through wooden material with a tri-teeth angle grinder blade with little difficulty. Furthermore, it is Great for all your cutting, smoothing, grinding, and sculpting needs for 4 1⁄2 inch and 5-inch angle grinders.
The Makita DGA506 is a Cordless Angle Grinder with an electrical brake. It also has an 18V li-ion battery and is constructed on the basis of the series DGA454. Moreover, The built-in controller automatically adjusts the cutting speed according to load conditions. As well as allowing users to achieve high-speed rotation on light duty application/high torque on heavy-duty application.
Some of the Important Features:
- Electrical brake
- Brushless engine
- Automatic Speed Control: Automatically sets the cutting speed according to load conditions for optimal activity.
- High-power engine
- Anti-Start Feature
- Soft start feature
- Fuel Battery Gauge
- Rubberized soft grip
- The electronic current cap for protection against overload.
- Slide switch conveniently positioned for one-hand service.