Dremel EZ545 1-1/2-Inch EZ Lock Diamond Wheel
Usa-Based C, 1 1 2 Inch Ez Lock Diamond Wheel, Use With Dremel Ez Lock Mandrel Ez402, Cuts 1 2 Inch Thick Floor Tile And Ceramic Materials
- Equipped with a cut off wheel that makes straight cuts with little dust
- Comes with a lock-mandrel that makes it easy to use
- Designed with a cutter that makes the cutting of thick tiles convenient
- May not be too good on grout
Analysis of 300+ reviews for Dremel EZ545 1-1/2-Inch EZ Lock Diamond Wheel
BestViewsReviews analyzed 6,642 reviews for 29 products in the Power Rotary Tool Cutting Wheels category.
We analyzed a total of 306 reviews for this product out of which, 259 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 80% reviews were positive while around 7% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Dremel EZ545 1-1/2-Inch EZ Lock Diamond Wheel
This product received a total score of 9.59 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
The disk with the traditional end screw is not as good as the easy lock version because it does not hold the disk well and can cause it to spin around if the screw gets loose.
The diameter of the Dremel Diamond wheel didn't change, which made it a great product to have around for a long time.
I have been using these for a couple of years now and they have been a huge help in grinding the unwanted glaze off of my pottery and the unwanted drips close to the foot of the pot.
This is an inexpensive and easy-to-use disk that can be used to repair a mosaic tile floor.
I was able to cut a fine line across the door threshold with the help of the cut off wheel and the remote flex shaft.
Question & Answers
Is it a diamond that has beenimpregnated?
I have used this tool to cut through thick hard concrete and it does not show signs of wear.
Is it possible to use this for sharpening tablesaw blades?
I think this can't be used for a tablesaw because EasyLock have a little swing.
Is the biggest diameter the 1.5''?
It's not advisable for safety reasons if you don't have a larger Dremel.
What is the difference between the regular 545 discs and the EZ545?
The 545 and the EZ 355 are the same material and do the same job, but with different styles of attachment to the tool.
Is it possible to cut brick with this?
The practical depth of cut is only about one half inch, since it is only and inch and one half in diameter.