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= Ryobi 6" Bench Grinder =
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= Ryobi 6" Bench Grinder =  
  
 
= Latest Status =  
 
= Latest Status =  
  
There are no reports of the bench grinder not working
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Nobody said it wasn't working!
  
 
== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
 
* Website - http://www.ryobitools.com/catalog/power_tools/grinders/bgh6110
 
* Website - http://www.ryobitools.com/catalog/power_tools/grinders/bgh6110
 
The bench grinder "can be used to sharpen cutting tools such as lathe tools or drill bits." It has two rough spinning wheels that grind things.
 
  
 
=== Manual ===
 
=== Manual ===
  
[[File:BenchGrinderManual.pdf|BenchGrinder Manual]]
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[File:BenchGrinderManual.pdf|BenchGrinder Manual]
  
 
=== Features ===
 
=== Features ===
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* Magnifier in left safety shield for precision grinding
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* Integrated lamp illuminates work area to aid set-up and improve accuracy (Up to 40w, lightbulb not included)
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* Adjustable work rests for improved wheel longevity and maximum control
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* Magnifier in left safety shield for precision grinding
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* Heavy gauge steel base reduces vibration and improves stability during use
 
* Motor: 2.1 Amp, 120V AC, 60 Hz
 
* Motor: 2.1 Amp, 120V AC, 60 Hz
 
* RPM: 3,600 r/min. (RPM)(No Load)
 
* RPM: 3,600 r/min. (RPM)(No Load)

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