cutoff wheel

cutoff wheel

[′kət‚ȯf ‚wēl]
(mechanical engineering)
A thin wheel impregnated with an abrasive used for severing or cutting slots in a material or part.
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If all else fails, chuck a metal cutoff wheel into a rotary tool and cut the locknut.
They make the pattern, they glue the sprue, and I'm hoping to develop a machine that has a cutoff wheel so they can separate the sprue from the casting."
Use a 5-in angle grinder with a 5-in cutoff wheel attached to cut and remove each marked area.
I've found that a rotary tool with a reinforced cutoff wheel such as Dremel's #426 wheel effectively cuts a line parallel to the muzzle device's long axis.
* A two-in-one cutoff wheel is unlike the conventional rigid type and acts as an all-purpose cutting and sanding disc.
Cutoff Wheel: A thin wheel impregnated with an abrasive used for the severing or cutting of slots in a material or part.
Cutting through the new material with a standard 11-inch-diameter abrasive cutoff wheel was nearly impossible.
It was a simple matter to cut the handle off with a Dremel cutoff wheel. If you try to cut the handle with a standard hacksaw, you may run into problems.
It comes with one drywall and one multipurpose bit, along with three collets for different size bits, all for $55.1 also bought the ZipMate ZM3 right-angle attachment ($60) so I could use a diamond wheel for cutting tile (works great) and the cutoff wheel for cut ting metal (haven't tried that yet).