Rated 4 out of 5 excellent for accurate cutting
I use these discs for cutting holes in register plates(for wood burning stove installations). I use them to add sweeping ports and to cut the hole which the flue pipe passes through. These discs are fantastically accurate for both of these tasks on the one to two millimetre galvanised or steel plate that I use.
14 Oct 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by rwb1012 Ideal for fine cuts in steel
No one disc can do everything. These are great for making fine, accurate cuts in steel. For general purpose cutting use the Erbauer ones.
They are excellent for cutting threaded bar or bolts. 0.8mm vs 1.0mm seems to make a big difference - especially with a 1mm pitch.
They make extremely accurate, high speed cuts in hard thin sheet without grabbing. The thinner the blade, the less discolouring due to heat.
They are not as robust as the Makita discs, but as long as you have a steady hand, they will last just as long. As will all these slotting discs, you need to remove them from the grinder after use.
12 Jul 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by albi Great little discs
I used these discs on other users reviews.
The discs are thin I used 1 and two thirds of the second blade to cut 3mm steel plate, cuts totalled 26 feet.
They do not need any pressure to cut and they amaze me at their speed of cutting.
They are brilliant
7 Mar 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by expresso hot knife and butter!
Very surprised with how good these 0.8mm thick disks are. Anything from 20 metres of stock fencing wrapped around the propshaft (dont ask) to hardened steel profiled rail. 20mm of very hard steel in about 10 seconds with just the weight of the grinder pushing it. Yes, a lot of money for what you get but if you want a good clean cut with the minimum of fuss bite the bullet on price and look no further!
15 Jan 2013