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Die Grinder 400W

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A die grinder is a handheld power tool that utilizes a rotating abrasive wheel or bit for various applications such as grinding, polishing, debarring, and shaping materials. The “400W” in “Die Grinder 400W” refers to the power rating of the tool, specifically its electrical power consumption, measured in watts. In this case, the die grinder has a power rating of 400 watts, indicating its capacity for efficient material removal and processing. Die grinders are commonly used in metalworking, woodworking, and other industries where precision and versatility in material manipulation are required.

Rated Voltage:220-240V~50/60HZ
Input Power: 400W – 6 MM CHUCK
No-load speed: 0-26000r/min
Chuck size:6 mm
1PC key
1 pair of carbon brushes

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Die Grinder uses

  1. Metalworking:
    • Debarring: Removing burrs and sharp edges from metal work pieces.
    • Grinding: Shaping and smoothing metal surfaces.
    • Polishing: Achieving a polished finish on metal surfaces.
    • Welding Preparation: Preparing weld seams by cleaning and smoothing.
  2. Woodworking:
    • Shaping: Carving and shaping wood surfaces with precision.
    • Routing: Creating intricate designs or patterns in wood.
    • Sanding: Smoothing wood surfaces for finishing.
  3. Automotive:
    • Grinding and Polishing: Refinishing automotive parts and components.
    • Porting: Enlarging and shaping ports in engine components.
  4. Construction:
    • Concrete Surface Preparation: Smoothing or removing imperfections in concrete.
    • Tile Cutting: Precision cutting of tiles for installation.
  5. DIY Projects:
    • General Grinding and Polishing: Useful for various tasks around the house.
    • Engraving: Creating detailed engravings on different materials.
  6. Jewelry Making:
    • Detail Work: Precision work on small jewelry pieces.
    • Engraving: Adding intricate designs to jewelry.
  7. Aerospace and Engineering:
    • Precision Machining: Finishing and shaping small, intricate components.
    • Maintenance and Repair: Removing or shaping metal in tight spaces.
  8. Plastic Fabrication:
    • Shaping and Smoothing: Working on plastic components for various applications.
    • Deburring: Removing sharp edges from plastic parts.

 

SKU: AHS96745 Category:

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400 W

Safety Precautions

  1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):
    • Eye Protection: Wear safety glasses or a face shield to protect your eyes from flying debris, sparks, and particles.
    • Respiratory Protection: If the work generates dust or fumes, use a dust mask or respirator to prevent inhalation of harmful particles.
    • Hearing Protection: Use earplugs or earmuffs when working with the die grinder for extended periods to protect against noise.
  2. Clothing and Accessories:
    • Wear appropriate clothing: Avoid loose clothing and jewelry that may get caught in the rotating parts of the tool.
    • Wear gloves: Choose gloves that provide a good grip and protection against sharp edges and hot surfaces.
  3. Workspace Safety:
    • Secure workpiece: Ensure the workpiece is securely clamped or held in place to prevent it from moving during operation.
    • Clear the workspace: Keep the work area clean and free from clutter to avoid tripping hazards.
    • Ventilation: Work in a well-ventilated area, especially if the process generates dust, fumes, or vapors.
  4. Tool Inspection:
    • Inspect the die grinder: Before use, check the tool for any damage, loose parts, or malfunction. Do not use a damaged or defective grinder.
    • Ensure proper tool attachments: Use the correct attachments for the job and ensure they are securely attached.
  5. Operating Procedures:
    • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions: Adhere to the guidelines provided in the tool’s user manual.
    • Maintain a firm grip: Hold the die grinder with both hands for better control and stability.
    • Avoid overreach: Position yourself properly to avoid overreaching, which can lead to loss of balance.
  6. Power Source Safety:
    • Disconnect power: Before changing attachments or performing any maintenance, disconnect the tool from the power source.
    • Use a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI): Especially when working in wet or damp conditions to prevent electrical hazards.
  7. Training and Knowledge:
    • Training: Ensure operators are adequately trained on the safe use of die grinders.
    • Knowledge of materials: Understand the properties of the materials being worked on and the appropriate speed and technique for each application.
  8. Emergency Preparedness:
    • Know the location of emergency equipment: Familiarize yourself with the location of first aid kits, fire extinguishers, and emergency exits.

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