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How to Grind, i.e. Grinding for Redemption!
If you don't know how to use a grinder correctly, it will take you a long time to grind metals, and the result will look poor. You are also pretty likely to work at it too hard and end up in the hospital with a gnarly hand injury, eventually.
Time & Location
Time is TBD
Seattle, 7800 7th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, USA
About the Event
In this class we will show you how to use grinders to cut, grind, blend and polish efficiently and safely. We will also cover variable speed grinders, pnuematic grinders, die grinders, flat grinding, and how to deal with tricky materials like aluminum and stainless steel.
No one on you-tube knows how to grind. I can verify this with absolute certainty.
Grinders themselves are fairly simple, however, they are frequently used in ways that are inherently unsafe, slow, or sloppy. We will show you how to use these tools professionally. It is not that difficult. You can make the very worst looking welds blend completely into your work, if you know how to use the correct tools properly.
How to Grind
You may wish to bring a dust mask or respirator and earplugs, and light gloves. We will be grinding, it will be loud. Grinders are dangerous if not used safely. You can't really learn how to grind from youtube and it is impossible to do good metalwork without knowing how to grind. Hard sell: Take a class, save a finger.