Anyone use these?

Opinions? How do they compare to a regular fibre disc?
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Best Regards
Tom.
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Howard Beal
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I use them. I like them. Think they hold up better and put less heat into the work.
Thanks, i am going to try them. Seems like the price is right on ebay when compared to msc or grainger.
Best Regards Tom.
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Howard Beal
I use the 4" ones..never seen a tiny one like that before.
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Gunner
I am gonna try them in a dremel trio.
Best Regards Tom.
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azotic
They work OK in an air-powered die grinder, they are aggressive!
Bob
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Bob
I can't comment on U.S. prices but they certainly are much - maybe 3, 4 times - more then I pay in Thailand for what appears to be the same thing.
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John B.
If Obama wins, I AM moving out of the country. Oh, wait, if Romney wins, I'm still moving out of the country.
I just love saying that first line to people.... lol
Jon
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Jon Anderson

Then you get to deal with Aussie Politics..which are even more screwed than Yank ones.
Though in Oz...they are unlikely to be having a Great Cull. Mores the pity.
Gunner
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Gunner
I see... you watch youtube and Shazam! you know what is available in Thailand.
(You really are ignorant_
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John B.
Yes....indeed he is. Dumb as a bag of used cat litter in a VW.
And he will never...ever get any smarter. Sad really.
Shrug
Gunner
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Gunner
You suffer from a gravely limited prospective. 3M is not the only company in the world that makes sandpaper.
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John B.
Strange that. I've always been a fan of Norton abrasives. "The world leader in abrasives", "in business for 125 years", etc.
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John B.
It's all St. Gobain now.
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Best regards, Spehro Pefhany
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Spehro Pefhany

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