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Were do you buy good die grinder bits

Were can I buy good die grinder bits. I bought one from princess auto, lasted for half a job. I see Snap On sell them.


I like to use them to cut off busted studs, shaping after welding a part, cleaning up after cutting off a bearing.

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I've had good luck with the burs from PTA in Edmonton.

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I've had good luck with the burs from PTA in Edmonton.

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A little pricey but Snap On ones are very good .
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I use Pferd brand
They seem to last along time as long as you don’t let them chatter or jump about when inside a hole or circular object

Square box........
Round pizza.......
Triangle pieces....

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Mine are Princess Auto and work uses Snap On, my next set will be Snap On. i have done with one bur, the work of four or five cheap ones and its still good.

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westool edmonton- buy all my inserts and cutting tools, family run they don't look at you strange if you are not from trade, can answer farmer questions
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I use mac ones. I've chipped a couple of them and had them replaced free
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Found a place in the US by the name of Harry Epstein that I can order from online. Looks like a family run place. They have all kinds of tools etc and have a huge selection of US made burrs. Quality is good and best price I could find. When I put an order in I usually get a couple years worth of burrs.

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