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Wolfcraft 5019000 Angle Grinder Stand

4.5 out of 5 stars 46 customer reviews

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  • For angle grinders Ø 115 and 125 mm
  • Metal Cutting
  • Solid construction with cast aluminum plate
  • Integrated clamping device
  • Robust construction with a metal bar
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Technical Details
Part Number 5019000
Item Weight2.7 Kg
Product Dimensions20.3 x 9.3 x 26 cm
Item model number5019000
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000P3DX6K
Best Sellers Rank 9,713 in DIY & Tools (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 Kg
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Date First Available15 July 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

1 Separation Stand for angle grinders Ø 115 and 125 mm. For cutting metal. Solid construction with cast aluminum plate. sturdy cast iron table 203 x 307 mm, working surface milled with clamping for fixing clamps / vices.

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1 x Angle Grinder Stand



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This stand is pretty good value for the price, but quite understandably not as good as a proper metal chop saw. It seems there are only a few similar products to this on the market, all at a similar prices and with few subtle differences, so i was unsure which one to get. Having bought this one, here are my comments: This one does have a cast iron base, which is good and solid, doesn't have a spark guard (bracket at the front) but then sparks fly backwards anyway. The assembly & mounting of the angle grinder took a little time to get right, but seems pretty solid. Instructions were pretty good, only a couple of moments of uncertainty. My makita angle grinder fitted fine - you get three sizes of attachment screw/bush which fix to the two mounting points for the free-hand handle grip (not used when angle grinder is fitted in this stand). The supplied spark guard seemed redundant to the one fitted to the grinder itself, so i left it off. The tricky part is getting the grinding disc vertical - you have two screws to adjust the angle of the grinder body - it took quite a few test cuts in some steel bar to get close to straight. The other issue to mention is that the pivot point isn't especially solid - plastic 'bearings' on a short 10mm bar mean the arm that holds the grinder can pivot side-to-side by a good 5-10mm at the top (ie the axis in which you would like no movement). Finally, the cutting clamp/guide took some time to set up to be straight with respect to the cutting disc - a right angle to the base didnt yeild right angle cuts, so again some trial an error making cuts was required, and now i plan seldom to adjust it. So in summary, if you want high precision, this may not be for you, but it does make a very useful second tool out of an angle grinder, and gives some reasonable results if you take the time to set it up.
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Overall a solid, well engineered partner for any small angle grinder and a sensible, good value, choice that few will regret. It's ideal for those who aspire to cut metal, with any kind of precision, without a great deal of effort or investment in more expensive kit. I have owned my stand for about 6 weeks now and used it several times. It's a bargain potentially offering precision cutting capability for a modest price.

This level of performance (whilst by no means perfect) fully justifies a 5 star rating for the cost paid. Build quality and weight were much better than I had expected - this is a sturdy stand, ideal for pretty much any DIY or domestic application that with careful set-up, care in alignment and measurement, is capable of yielding very accurate cuts.

I suspect this stand is offered under a range of brand names. I bought the Wolf brand (German no frills value) but have seen images of others which look very similar (in whole or part), many at a premium to Wolf.

Initial Impressions / Assembly / Suitability:
First impression on opening was the heft (cast iron base stand) which inspires confidence from first encounter. It can be bolted to a workbench too (good tool advice). Yet I have found it heavy enough to use comfortably and safely just resting on my workbench for the aluminium and small steel sections I have so far cut with the aid of this tool.

Second impression was rather more parts than expected. It's delivered in component form and requires assembly. Whilst some parts were intuitive and obvious where they should go, this wasn't so for all the various smaller parts.
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When I got it out if the box I was a bit sceptical that this flimsy thing would hold a bucking screaming angle grinder safely whilst cutting steel... But it does! It bolts straight into where the handle normally goes on the grinder. I have two 4.5" grinders and they are both different, but both fit perfectly.
I wish they had been consistent and used the same sized Allen key for the mitre fence adjustments... You need both 5mm and 6mm to hand, which is a pain.
Also, It takes a few tests and faffing to get the thing lined up for a square cut. If you are used to mitre saws/ saw tables/router tables etc you will be familiar with the process, But this fence is fairly flimsy compared to a decent (but more expensive) tool.
Also, once the grinder is in, don't expect to get it out in a hurry for use elsewhere... This is definitely best left permanently set up with its own grinder... Though it is stable enough not to need to bolt it to the work bench.
It cuts 1" box section with ease... And can cut 2" wide bar or flat box but nothing bigger, although it can cut a straight line on say 2" x 2" box to start you off with a quick square cut mark, and then finish with a hand held grinder.

Great tool for the price if you have very occasional need, or have a spare grinder kicking about and think that a chop saw for small metalwork projects is a bit beyond your budget.
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The stand is sturdy and appears durable. It comes in several parts that need assembly, which should only take 5-10 minutes but I found the instructions very poor and the schematic diagrams were so badly printed as to render them absolutely useless. In the end, I ignored the instructions and assembled it through trial and error.

Once assembled, the unit holds the grinder surprisingly well and the pull down action is smooth and (if aligned correctly - which is an art in itself) precise.

But this is where my reservations kick in. For 90 degree cuts, this unit is OK, for 45 degree cuts, unless you are cutting something REALLY small (I was unable to cut 20mm angle at 45 degrees for example) the small cutting disks simply aren't big enough to do it. This isn't an issue with the stand as such, but does then beg the question, why have a clamp that'll angle adjust if the only thing it'll cut is miniscule.

I was cutting mild steel angle and box section - for other uses it may be fine. But in my opinion, if you're a hobbyist/DIYer doing the same you're better off hand cutting with a hacksaw or if accuracy isn't so important then grinding by eye is fine and a damn sight less fideldy. If you're a semi-pro, you'd be better off getting something other than this.
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