1611002 - Merlin2, 2" (50mm) All Surface Disc, Green Fine, Part #10089
This Fine (Green) Thin Flat Profile Disc, Part # 10089 is a part of the Nick Agar Signature Series. It is one of King Arthur's most popular All Surface 3 Edge Tungsten Carbide Disc, has a 2” (50mm) diameter x 10mm center x 1/8" (3mm) thickness and fits the Merlin2 miniature angle grinder that is a must have for your woodturning, woodworking and woodcarving projects. It also works well with higher powered, single speed mini grinders but you get tremendous control with our variable speed Merlin2 The fine thin, flat profile disc removes and shapes the material in a controlled easy manner, is moderately fast and is now widely used in a myriad of woodturnings and carvings by some of the leading artists in the world. Cutting down into wood, it leaves a plunge cut about 1/8” (0.125mm) wide, leaving a beautifully fine finish requiring a little fine grit sandpaper to complete the work. It has the finest surface or edge finish. If your aim is to achieve a really fine finish and remove, shape, meticulously follow pencil outlines, or spiral cut hollow forms in wood safely in a controlled manner as well as in a confined area, then the fine green disc is exactly what you need. This is disc is great in many ways. Some features about all this disc is the ability to cut on all sides at the same time.
This product is compatible with the Proxxon mini grinder.
Whether you’re a casual hobbyist or professional craftsman, the Nick Agar Signature Series Discs have durable carbide coatings which will last job after job. These tungsten carbide carving discs are the perfect tool for hard to reach, tight space shaping - giving you effortless control while saving you time. These all edge discs are coated with Tungsten Carbide teeth on all cutting surfaces, front, edge and back. Their rapid cutting action and incredibly smooth operation make them excellent for contouring small bowls, spoons, turned pieces and walking sticks.
Jointly developed, tested and approved by Nick Agar and King Arthur’s Tools.