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Daisyme's Grinder Question

Posted by chinatreasures (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 5, 09 at 15:55

I've always used an Inland grinder, basic model. I've been making stained glass for almost 20 years and am only on my second grinder. I've only recently replaced the switch (which the company sent for free) and the grinder surface. Be sure to get a face shield.

I wouldn't hesitate to buy a used one as they tend to be made well and seem to last forever!!


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RE: Daisyme's Grinder Question

I got he smaller gryphette ( sp?).I don't do a whote lotofgringin, so it works good for me. It is well made and doesn't strain at all when I use it


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