Dremel SpeedClic (Dia)38mm Continuous Cutting Disc

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Dremel SpeedClic (Dia)38mm Continuous Cutting Disc Dremel SpeedClic (Dia)38mm Continuous Cutting Disc Dremel SpeedClic (Dia)38mm Continuous Cutting Disc
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This Dremel SpeedClic diamond cutting disc is suitable for cutting hard materials. It's compatible use with sc402 mandrel and Dremel rotary tools. It's 105mm wide, 38mm in diameter.

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Features and benefits

  • Especially suited for cutting hard materials
  • Can cut concrete, stone, porcelain, ceramic and hard epoxies
  • Produces a fine cut, is extremely durable, does not break and retains its shape

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Dremel SpeedClic (Dia)38mm Continuous Cutting Disc
Brand Dremel
Material Diamond
Edge type Continuous
Diameter 38mm
Height 18mm
Length 55mm
Width 105mm
Pack quantity 1
Model SC545

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