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Metabo Flat Head Angle Grinders
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Metabo Flat Head Angle Grinders

This line of low-profile angle grinders is ideal for metalworkers who need to... More

Behind the Scenes with Bosch in Germany
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Behind the Scenes with Bosch in Germany

Last summer at the annual Bosch power tools media event, I received the good news... More

Tools Up Close: RotoZip ZipSaw
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Tools Up Close: RotoZip ZipSaw

About a year ago, Tools of the Trade sent me a ZipSaw, a grinder-based cutoff saw... More

Launch Time 2011: Metabo Angle Grinder
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Launch Time 2010: Makita Angle Grinder
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Launch Time 2010: Makita Angle Grinder

A new Paddle Switch 4-1/2-inch Angle Grinder (GA4534) features a small-diameter (2... More

Power Trip
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Power Trip

This is our fifth year bringing Tools of the Trade's Site Commander to... More

Launch Time 2005
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Launch Time 2005

This month members of the tool industry will descend on Baltimore for the annual... More

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4-1/2-Inch Angle Grinders

Handheld angle grinders have traditionally been popular for metal working, but smaller diameter models are gaining wide use among masons, painters, and woodworkers. The variety of wheels you can equip them with -- wire, wire cup, stone, sanding, flapper, and diamond masonry-joint blades -- gives them great versatility. More

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