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Die Grinder usage

Can I use the die grinder for other tasks?

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I use router bits in die grinders and carve wood. Very handy, and you don't have to worry about kinking anything like you wood with a Foredom tool.

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These tools are handy for any finishing or grinder that needs to be done in a small spot.

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