Question about Metabo W6-115 606111420 4 1/2" Angle Grinder
We are using a threaded disc, rated at 13,000 rpm. The disc remains in tact and operates correctly until the operation is complete and the trigger is released. At that point the disc comes off the grinder and flies away from the grinder.
Yes the above is correct with the question "are the threads the right size." but it can also be because u are not slowing the grinder down before stopping it. if the grinder stopps to soon the disk will stay moving. so the disk will fly off. i had the same problem with a pnuematic grinder. sometimes it is the operaters fault not the tools.
" an object in motion aloways stays stays in motion till an outside force dissrupts it."
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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