What exactly did he do wrong?There was also what could have been fatal or emasculating when a guy fitted a blade to a grinder and it bounced off the work piece, hitting his upper thigh. He could easily have been off to A&E with his nuts in an ice cream tub
You have two different discs there. The one in the grinder IS dished and is on the wrong way round, Can you not see that it's touching the guard? The ones in the tin are flat discs, It doesn't matter which way they fit. the dished ones do. my other advice still stands, If you cannot see the difference, I respectfully ask you to put the grinder back in it's box until this lockdown is over and wait until someone can SHOW yo what you need to do. The NHS is on the brink already and they don't need anymore people in A&E
You are persistent I'll give you that. Now as Herts P & D said. WALK AWAY FROM THE ANGLE GRINDER. Go and do something safer. Yes, we can tell you how to fit the blade. What we don't know is, How you are holding the work piece, how thick or big the workpiece is. Loads of variables. This is NOT the time to be having an accident and having to use NHS resources unnecessarily. and yes. playing with an angle grinder IS unnecessary.View attachment 188469 View attachment 188470
had it both ways around in the pictures on previous post and you said it was the wrong way round. So just to confirm this in pictures above is the right way round for dished disc?
Will get it all checked as well like u said and thanks .
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