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Brick, cutting of unglazed pottery, used for DIY and gardening such as polishing
On 2016-11-22 08:31:56
I am satisfied with the power switch at the grip position, the adjustment dial of the stepless speed change. Speaking of greed, it is best that the position of the power switch attachment is on the grip side or grip and it is easier for the thumb to operate than the power switch.
The thing that it is possible to adjust the rotation speed freely than anything is totally different from the product I have used so far, it is wonderful to use and I can do a good job. It is perfect for work requiring delicate finishing. It is very useful.
Cutting and polishing of composite materials (light metal, FRP, wood). Painting / rust removal. Concrete and mortar surface Keren. Every polishing work. Further cutting of rebar etc.
On 2011-11-20 20:58:11
Although I purchased EarthMAN's DGR 110 SC for the first time as a constant speed change grinder, efficiency did not rise and it became a purchase of this Bosch machine. True torque control. It can be used normally without turning on the power supply every 5 seconds due to missing power on the way. Usually, it should be as good as a product. Gear sound is also quiet compared to DGR. The feeling of exhaustion is totally different. Even though it is made of the same continent, I think that should have purchased neat manufacturer products from the beginning. Makita 9533 BLA is also used, but the thickness of the hand grip is about the same. Both are easy to handle. The machine can switch on and off with one hand (even if gloves are wearing OFF, ON is a problem). Just like Makita or Hitachi, there is a switch in the same position and is it equivalent? Although durability is unknown, it is far better than products that can not be used immediately after purchase.