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Mmm late pressie I think, I use the old 412 but with higher speed and brushless so more run time I’m in lol
 

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Make sure you get a minimum of 4amp battery for it
 

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If its this one, the only issue sometimes is you can mark the tile with the retaining plate. Other than that, its pretty good, maybe using 125mm blades might stop that but at the mo i only have 115mm in it.
 
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If its this one, the only issue sometimes is you can mark the tile with the retaining plate. Other than that, its pretty good, maybe using 125mm blades might stop that but at the mo i only have 115mm in it.
I think you can buy an adapter that will stop the retaining nut from marking the tiles/stone.
 
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Maybe the turorcut would stop this?
 

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If its this one, the only issue sometimes is you can mark the tile with the retaining plate. Other than that, its pretty good, maybe using 125mm blades might stop that but at the mo i only have 115mm in it.
If it’s the same grinder as mine I don’t think you can fit the tutor cut in there as the thread is too short
 
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If it’s the same grinder as mine I don’t think you can fit the tutor cut in there as the thread is too short
even if you take the first nut off which the tutorcut replaces?
 
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Hmm what's different about this but Vs others
 

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Could that tutorcut be thinned some on a sander to make it fit, it says it 20mm thick
 
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No, it’s got a bearing in the centre I think.

I don’t think it’s anywhere near 20mm wide though
 

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It can’t be made thinner as said it’s got a bearing in the middle. It fits perfect on my Bosch variable speed grinder
 

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Which Boch grinder do you have? I'm on the look out but can't decide which one to buy!
 
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Worth it's weight in gold, have had my cordless grinder for a couple of years ,yes have had issues with it marking the tiles but use the rubber you can get to remove marks off toilets & wash hand basins
 

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Bumping an old thread here, has anyone used the Tutorcut on a dewalt dw405 grinder. Like the idea of it but concerned about fitment of it didn't fit the older 412 model
 

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