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Re: regular grinder and die grinder difference
Die grinders are specialty handheld power tools designed to shape and polish the insides of cylindrical objects. They have long thin spindles and shafts that allow them to reach deep inside the work piece. Die grinders are usually used in machine and metal working operations to port and polish the insides of piping and plumbing systems and joints
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Possibly has a blown seal from operating at too high a PSI letting the air leak out and not directing it towards where it needs to be to turn the tool. It will need to be taken apart and inspected to find the problem. Sorry I couldn't be more of a help.
Most die grinder throttles feature a spring-loaded "kickstand" mechanism between the throttle lever and the body of the grinder, which prevents the throttle from opening (being pressed down towards the body of the grinder) without operator intervention. This prevents the die grinder from accidentally activating.
When running a die grinder, it is important to follow some simple safety rules. Never wear loose jewelry while operating the grinder. Neck chains can easily become caught in the die grinder and cause strangulation. Safety goggles should also be worn at all times.
The RPM rating of the die grinder is the deciding factor in the tool’s usage. A die grinder with a lower RPM is best used for fine grinding and finishing work. Speeds lower than 10,000 RPM are best for this function. A die grinder with an RPM between 10,000 and 20,000 is great for creating rough finishes and minor buffing jobs. If the die grinder will be used to remove metal burrs or to cut metal, it must have an RPM rating of over 20,000 and a no-load speed of at least 30,000 depending on the RPM rating.