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Planing, sanding tools

Counterbores, surface planing cutters, cutters, planing tools, sanding tools, sanding discs.

More sanding discs are shown on our Resin fiber discs, heavy-duty page. Other surface conditioning tools are shown on our Backfacers and Rebating routers pages. Other cutting and shaping tools are shown on our Cutting, shaping, grinding tools page.

SAFETY WARNING: Make sure the maximum RPM of the item you choose below, is more than the RPM of the power tool you are using. RPM of power tool cannot exceed (must be less than) maximum RPM of these items.

Counterbores

Diamond counterbores for quick, precise planing in pipe flanges, bathtubs, etc. May be used in portable drills. Shank diameter and length, and pilot diameter and length, are made to order. Order using the cutter diameter listed below, and contact us with the shank and pilot dimensions you require.

Item
Number
Cutter
Dia.
Shank and pilot
Diameter and length
Each
Price
5 each
Price
10 each
Price
 
F5084x11/2"specify with your orderAdd to cart | Add to list
F5086x2"specify with your orderAdd to cart | Add to list
F5087x21/2"specify with your orderAdd to cart | Add to list
F5088x3"specify with your orderAdd to cart | Add to list

Surface planing cutters

Diamond coated surface planing cutters for improved cutting action when surfacing/planing flat surfaces. Made for drill press or milling machine. Below cutters are shown in the most popular spindle size. Shaft diameter and length can be made to your specifications. Please call for a quote on the size you use.

Item
Number
Cutter
Dia.
Spindle
Size
Each
Price
5 each
Price
10 each
Price
 
F502011/2"1/2"Add to cart | Add to list
F50222"1/2"Add to cart | Add to list
F502421/2"1/2"Add to cart | Add to list
F50263"1/2"Add to cart | Add to list

Carbide grit sanding discs

These sanding discs have a nearly flat shape with just a slight curvature for most effective use of the coated area. They have a smooth cutting action and are easy to control. All sanding discs feature a 7/8" bore and are intended to mount on a 5/8" shaft: an adapter is required. Grind, shape, cut, or sand fiberglass, composites, plastics, rubber, and polyurethane. Not prone to loading, but may easily be cleaned with solvent or burned clean with a gas torch; the heat won't harm the teeth. Recommended speed range: 5,000 - 15,000 RPM.

These tools remove material very rapidly, yet leave a relatively fine surface on the work. Extremely sharp tungsten carbide teeth last 7 to 10 times longer than high-speed steel tools.

Item
Number
Item
Description
Disc
Color
Approximate
Grit conversion
Each
Price
5 each
Price
10 each
Price
 
F3593A41/2" diameter, very coarsecopper12 gritAdd to cart | Add to list
F3593B41/2" diameter, coarsesilver16 gritAdd to cart | Add to list
F3593C41/2" diameter, mediumgold36 gritAdd to cart | Add to list

Diamond coated sanding discs

Brazed diamond coated discs that are compatible with most standard grinders. Discs have a 7/8" bore: an adapter is required. Very aggressive grit. Curved shape for easier material removal.

Item
Number
Item
Description
Each
Price
5 each
Price
10 each
Price
 
F509141/2" diameter diamond sanding discAdd to cart | Add to list
F50937" diameter diamond sanding discAdd to cart | Add to list

Adapters for diamond coated sanding discs

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Item
Number
Item
Description
Each
Price
5 each
Price
10 each
Price
 
F5091A7/8" to 5/8"-11 adapter for F5091 discAdd to cart | Add to list
F5093A7/8" to 5/8"-11 adapter for F5093 discAdd to cart | Add to list

Mounting guide for discs

Discs listed above have a 7/8" center hole. They are designed to mount on a standard angle grinder with a 5/8" shaft. Discs mount on the 7/8" shoulder found on the shouldered bushing or adapter included with most angle grinders. If your grinder does not have one of these bushings, you may obtain one from that manufacturer's parts list. The shouldered bushing is put on the grinder first, followed by the disc, and then the disc nut.