Please Select Username to appear on public areas of the site like community and recipe comments. 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. Angle grinders use a wide variety of cutting and grinding wheels, like the diamond wheel shown here. The ability to handle different wheels and accessories is what makes angle grinders so versatile. With Instructables you can share what you make with the world, and tap into an ever-growing community of creative experts. Step 5: once the the burrs have been removed and your happy with the fit, throw on your cutting disk, then the shim, and then your chuck. Brand new trolling motors can be kinda expensive these days so I found a video that shows you how to make your own trolling motor using an old angle grinder and a few other cheap materials.

This instructable will demonstrate how to make a disc sander or table saw from an angle grinder. Make sure that the angle grinder's guard is not up when you attach the grinder, and make sure that the guard sits flush to the box.
The type of attachment placed on an angle grinder depends on the task being performed and the materials being used. Your angle grinder includes a spindle washer and spindle nut that you'll install in different configurations to accommodate thicker or thinner wheels or remove altogether  when you screw wire wheels and cups onto the threaded spindle. Wire wheel and brush attachments are designed for different types of stripping, cleaning and deburring tasks.
I a disc sander is shown for safety, but you can make a table saw by simply swapping out the wheel on the grinder.
I couldn't find any strong ones, so I picked up some wood and made one with screws and liquid nails.

Drop the cutoff wheel through the metal, allowing the weight of the tool to do most of the work. I've used an angle grinder to cut rebar (Photo 3), angle iron, rusted bolts (Photo 4) and welded wire fencing.
I believe this is causes them to deteriorate quicker than they should and cause problems while cutting. You can buy very inexpensive angle grinders, but for frequent use or for demanding jobs like cutting stucco or cement, I’d recommend spending a little more for a grinder with a more powerful motor (look for a motor that draws 5 to 9 amps). You can do this by drilling a couple holes for zip ties (cable ties) and attaching a vacuum extension house toward it, and make sure that the wheel on the grinder is going toward the vacuum, or the extractor will be useless.

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