Asked by: Frank Johansmeier
asked in category: General Last Updated: 3rd May, 2020

Can I use a Dremel to grind stained glass?

You can use the Dremel rotary tool to grind glass with special bits designed for use with glass, such as the diamond or silicon carbide grinding stones. This keeps the glass dust from spraying into your eyes and nose and helps cool and lubricate the glass surface during grinding.

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Moreover, do you need a grinder for stained glass?

The short answer is no, you don't have to grind glass. You don't have to grind glass edges to make copper foil stick. A stained glass grinder should only be used to tidy up a piece of glass and get it to fit accurately.

Similarly, what is the best stained glass grinder? The best stained glass grinders in the world are one of the most essential parts of any stained glass artist's toolkit!

  • Glastar Super Star II Glass Grinder.
  • Glastar All Star G8 Glass Grinder.
  • Gryphon Convertible Grinder.
  • Power Max Deluxe II Grinder.
  • Gryphon Gryphette Grinder.

Similarly one may ask, can you grind glass down?

An abrasive stone cannot shape your glass pieces the way a glass grinder can, but it can get rid of those nasty little edges on your freshly cut pieces of glass. Instead of taking your glass to the grinder to clean your edges, just run the surface of the stone against the area of your glass that needs smoothing.

Can you cut glass with an angle grinder?

You can cut tempered glass with an angle grinder with a diamond wheel as if it where stone. Pretty risky though, you need to make precautions or else glass will be flying everywhere. You also need to have special polishing equipment to clean up the cut.

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