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Choosing Your Die Grinder
Questions to ask:
• How big is the object on which you are working? This varies from very small, e.g. jewellery items to large objects e.g. welded parts of a building construction. The smallest die grinder is the same length as a writing pen. The largest die grinder can be used as a light weight angle grinder. If you’re working on a smaller the item, you’ll need a smaller die grinder.
• How precise must your work be? Apart from your skill as workman a small machine will deliver more delicate precise results. Larger machines produce quick and rougher results on larger objects. For more precision, you’ll need a smaller die grinder with a higher free speed.
• Is the work just too small for an angle grinder? If so, use the HIT NG150 6” Heavy Duty
• Do you need an angled or straight head? If you need an angled head, then use the HIT 549W 1/4” Angle Die Grinder

Tool Options
Die Grinder Task Requirements
Object Size Precision
HIT 521 6 mm Collet Medium Duty Small High
HIT NG45 6 mm Collet Heavy Duty Small High
HIT 549W 1/4” Angle Die Grinder Small – Medium Medium
HIT NG65 6 mm Collet Heavy Duty Medium Medium
HIT NG65L 6 mm Collet Heavy Duty Medium Medium
HIT NG150 6” Heavy Duty Large Low

Key Purpose of Die Grinders
The purpose of a die grinder is to grind, sand, hone, polish, machine or de-scale metal, plastic or wood.

Key Product Advantages and Benefits of Die Grinders
• Optimal work performance.
• Ergonomic design for best possible human performance on the job.
• Different options enables selection of the best tool for the right task.
• Ease of operation and control.
• Compact size enables precision work.
• Increased productivity.
• Increased aesthetic quality of finished products (smaller die grinders).
• Quicker work performance.
• Virtually eliminate damage to your work in progress.
• Easy to service.
• Quick to repair.
• Very long lasting durability.
• Reliable performance.

Best Practice and Benchmark Applications
Smaller Die Grinders
Die grinders can be used in any grinding and cutting work by:
• Jewellery manufacture
• Woodworking, especially cabinet making,
• Hacking, and other hobby or business pursuits.
• Die grinders are often used for engraving, where less precision than an engraving pen is required.
• Cylinder head porting,
• General shaping of a part.

HIT NG150 6” Heavy Duty
• Welders, e.g. de-scaling and finishing off welding.
• Boilermakers,
• Millwrights,
• Steel and ironworkers,
• Sheet metal workers e.g. Auto body workers and HVAC technicians
• Mining,
• Manufacturing,
• Industrial.

Key Features
• Variable burrs for grinding can be fitted
• Flapper wheels for polishing can be used
• Easy operation
• Ergonomic design

Technical Specs: