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#a58 :: Grinding wheels

April 11, 2008

ENLARGEClamps (spring, link ask plastic, viagra order steel), drill bits (metric, English), dental picks and scrapers, pottery sculptors, socket wrenches (metric, English), hammers, screwdrivers (slotted, Philips, Torx), scales (analog, digital), scissors, pliers (needlenose, cutting, stripping), locking pliers (needlenose, small, large), wrenches (box, open, ratcheting), rulers (brass, steel, aluminum, 12-inch, 24-inch, 48-inch), forceps, scalpels, magnifiers (10x, 2x8x, folding, pocket, dual-lensed – and grinding wheels like this.

The tool vendors at L.A.’s swap meets load these and hundreds more tools of every description into plastic bins, set them out beneath easy-up shelters and sell them to geeks like me for what – in America – would be pennies on the dollar.

These glittering wheels are meant to be used with Dremel tools. I have literally no idea how I’ll use them, but when I do, the metal heads coated with fine abrasive grit will make them the perfect tools for the job.

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