How-to Use Your Angle Grinder on Wood by Mitchell Dillman

How-to Use Your Angle Grinder on Wood by Mitchell Dillman http://logfurniturehowto.com/tool-box/power-tools/angle-grinder/ highlights several popular methods…

This movie shows a relaxing day by the grinding wheel. This is how I shape an edge tool. After the file and the wheel I finish up with a ceramic stone to get…

50 Responses to How-to Use Your Angle Grinder on Wood by Mitchell Dillman

  1. Winstonsees says:

    The safety sallys are out in force in this comment section.. Don’t forget
    to wrap yourselves up in cotton wool.

  2. Cerne says:

    Nice vid!…where are your ear defenders Mitch? Angle grinders are one of
    the noisiest tools around…..

  3. Thomas Hilditch says:

    No guard on a chainsaw disc, dangerous!

  4. Richard Cowtails says:

    Can you use your angle as a small circular saw? sounds stupid, I’m sure,
    sry. but for like cutting the bottom of door jams? is that possible?

  5. Esteban Jaen says:

    LOS MUEBLES DE LOS FLINSTONE

  6. Lucas G says:

    No gloves when working with rotating power tools!

  7. shlomzion says:

    Very helpful, and enjoyable to watch. Thanks!

  8. adam hunt says:

    oh yea your at first safety sally and then you change taking of the guard
    on the grinder
    

  9. Scott Bryant says:

    EVERYONE! Take note to the fellows safety advise. I have a Ryobi that turns
    on and off at will…. 

  10. Rob Cusimano says:

    What a guy

  11. Vadim says:

    Wow ! talking about protective glasses and completely disregarding safety
    and using a tool for something it was not designed for, and even removing
    the protective guard !
    I guy in England recently got killed by a kickback doing similar things.
    Never ever use an angle grinder on wood.

  12. George Smith says:

    just what I needed to know. thank you!

  13. Norbury53 says:

    Great to see how it’s done, thanks.

    I have been meaning to get one of those flap disks for a while but every
    time I am in the hardware store I can’t remember the blasted bore size –
    I’ll have to get it tattooed on the back of my hand I think.

  14. m Gilpatrick says:

    Thank you for this video!! Very helpful to a newbie like me. 

  15. GrecoEric says:

    I just learned exactly what I needed to know about this device. Thank you
    for posting this video!

  16. Skateboss3 says:

    I don’t want to touch my “wood” with an angle grinder :D

  17. durlydurl says:

    Thanks for the information! I haven’t yet seen one of the intermediate
    discs you used. Is there a name for that? Appreciate your thumbs up
    attitude!

  18. Peter Remke says:

    thanks!

  19. Chris Csonka says:

    what kind disc do you use with your 7″ angle grinder? Is it a stick on 36
    grit? Or something else? Thank you 

  20. Albert Nadal says:

    Great Vid!

  21. Hink Hackelsack says:

    Cripes man – STOP with the POP up crap!!

  22. Bill Blackford says:

    ha ha ha, this guy is awesome. He reminds me of Jim Varney aka Ernest

  23. jmel23515 says:

    is a 60 grit aluminum oxide cut-off attachment able to be used on wood?
    (The place I was looking only had ones labeled for metal, even ones that
    kind of looked like the sand paper flaps)

  24. Tom Angell says:

    love it! thanks

  25. Winstonsees says:

    The safety sallys are out in force in this comment section.. Don’t forget
    to wrap yourselves up in cotton wool.

  26. Cerne says:

    Nice vid!…where are your ear defenders Mitch? Angle grinders are one of
    the noisiest tools around…..

  27. Thomas Hilditch says:

    No guard on a chainsaw disc, dangerous!

  28. Richard Cowtails says:

    Can you use your angle as a small circular saw? sounds stupid, I’m sure,
    sry. but for like cutting the bottom of door jams? is that possible?

  29. Esteban Jaen says:

    LOS MUEBLES DE LOS FLINSTONE

  30. Lucas G says:

    No gloves when working with rotating power tools!

  31. shlomzion says:

    Very helpful, and enjoyable to watch. Thanks!

  32. adam hunt says:

    oh yea your at first safety sally and then you change taking of the guard
    on the grinder
    

  33. Scott Bryant says:

    EVERYONE! Take note to the fellows safety advise. I have a Ryobi that turns
    on and off at will…. 

  34. Rob Cusimano says:

    What a guy

  35. Vadim says:

    Wow ! talking about protective glasses and completely disregarding safety
    and using a tool for something it was not designed for, and even removing
    the protective guard !
    I guy in England recently got killed by a kickback doing similar things.
    Never ever use an angle grinder on wood.

  36. George Smith says:

    just what I needed to know. thank you!

  37. Norbury53 says:

    Great to see how it’s done, thanks.

    I have been meaning to get one of those flap disks for a while but every
    time I am in the hardware store I can’t remember the blasted bore size –
    I’ll have to get it tattooed on the back of my hand I think.

  38. m Gilpatrick says:

    Thank you for this video!! Very helpful to a newbie like me. 

  39. GrecoEric says:

    I just learned exactly what I needed to know about this device. Thank you
    for posting this video!

  40. Skateboss3 says:

    I don’t want to touch my “wood” with an angle grinder :D

  41. durlydurl says:

    Thanks for the information! I haven’t yet seen one of the intermediate
    discs you used. Is there a name for that? Appreciate your thumbs up
    attitude!

  42. Peter Remke says:

    thanks!

  43. Chris Csonka says:

    what kind disc do you use with your 7″ angle grinder? Is it a stick on 36
    grit? Or something else? Thank you 

  44. Albert Nadal says:

    Great Vid!

  45. Hink Hackelsack says:

    Cripes man – STOP with the POP up crap!!

  46. Bill Blackford says:

    ha ha ha, this guy is awesome. He reminds me of Jim Varney aka Ernest

  47. jmel23515 says:

    is a 60 grit aluminum oxide cut-off attachment able to be used on wood?
    (The place I was looking only had ones labeled for metal, even ones that
    kind of looked like the sand paper flaps)

  48. Tom Angell says:

    love it! thanks

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