It slices, it dices, it comes apart for easy cleanup in your dishwasher! Not really, but it does cut off screws & bolts with ease.
I started this thing months ago but didn’t get a chance to get back on it until (AT LAST!) finishing a long term project yesterday. My hardware collection has a lot of screws & bolts that were bought long and are cut down to fit to keep the inventory lower. I’d been cutting them on the bandsaw but since switching to coarser blades I’ve grown tired of ruining blades when the smaller screws grabbed and stripped off a tooth or 2.
It’s made from square tubing off of a parted out treadmill, a few scraps of aluminum & steel plate, a couple oilite bronze bushings, a bit of drill rod, misc. hardware and some rubber feet from the same treadmill. The angle grinder mount was made last year when I was messing around with a small AO stone mounted on the lathe grinding a trepanning tool. It was pretty easy to add a couple brackets and bushings to the existing mount. The grinder is a cheapo 4” HF unit that should last a long time in its new job. I’ll get another, better quality grinder so this one can stay on this rig indefinitely.