For use in angle-head machines (or disc grinders), these sanding and carving discs are covered with hundreds of extremely sharp carbide teeth, which remove stock quickly and stay sharp through extended use.
Though aggressive, the teeth leave a surprisingly smooth surface and resist loading due to their consistent height and spacing. They are well suited for shaping large carvings and chair seats, and in other applications for which you would normally use a large gouge.
The sanding disc has a fairly flat profile with a narrow rim, useful for cutting, and a broad face for shaping convex surfaces. The dish wheel, shaped like a half donut (or, more formally, a half torus) is good for everything else, especially inside curves and concave areas; its versatility makes it a good choice for beginners.
Each is 4 1/2" in diameter with a 7/8" bore. Maximum 15,000 rpm.
Made in USA.