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Airsmith.com Bench Grinder


Airsmith.com is proud to present the latest and most innovative tool for Airsmithing since the dental pick.  Our new 3” mini bench grinder features a 3” grinding wheel, a 3” fiber wheel, and a 31” flexible mini-tool shaft to make this the perfect all-around addition to any Airsmith’s bench. Variable speed power from 0 to 20,000 RPMs gives you the speed range for everything from mild grinding to fine polishing.  A powerful motor combined with ball bearing construction make this a tool built to last.  The flexible mini-tool shaft comes equipped with a 1/8” collet to accept most standard mini-tool bits.  The 3-inch fiber wheel does fast work of cleaning rust and corrosion off small parts.  Works on standard 110-volt household current.  Make the most of your efforts with this versatile and feature-packed product!  Visit Airsmith.com for this and other Airsmith tools and supplies! 
 


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