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  1. I agree, just created a thread in the tool section and pinned it.
  2. This is thanks to Another FrankenBurner on another thread. I regularly use an angle grinder with an abrasive cutoff wheel. I also use grinding wheels, flap discs, and cup brushes. If I were to start a new smithy with limited funds, it would be the first electric tool I purchased. I own several. I use them in my trade as well, so I have hours and hours of experience using them. I do not fear using them but I keep a healthy respect. Are there risks involved in using them, yes. Understanding these risks, helps with safety. It does not eliminate the risks, it makes you work diff
  3. Welcome to IFI. I suggest reading this to get the best out of the forum READ THIS FIRST  It is full of tips like editing your profile to show location as so many answers depend on where in the world you are located.

    1. Vt smith

      Vt smith

      Thanks ill check that out

  4. Welcome to IFI. I suggest reading this to get the best out of the forum. READ THIS FIRST

  5. Welcome to IFI. I suggest reading this to get the best out of the forum. READ THIS FIRST

  6. Welcome to IFI...I suggest reading this to get the best out of the forum.  READ THIS FIRST

    1. Tradguy

      Tradguy

      Done. Thank you!

  7. Welcome to IFI. I suggest reading this to get the best out of the forum. READ THIS FIRST

  8. On that note it's time to lock this thread and get back to blacksmithing.
  9. The OP has been banned and can no longer respond. It's time to lock the thread.
  10. Peter & Pete, the Benny Hill of the science world. Gotta love British humor.
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