Which Metal Cutoff Wheel is Best? Let's find out!

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  • Published on: 25 February 2019
  • DeWalt, Harbor Freight Warrior, Diablo, Lenox Diamond, Makita, and Milwaukee metal cut-off wheels timed for cutting speed and durability cutting through a 1/2-inch by 3 inch piece of mild steel. The angle grinder setup using test jig for testing accuracy. Unsponsored content and I buy all products tested. Thank you very much for supporting the channel by watching the commercials and through Patreon support. https://www.patreon.com/projectfarm

    This video is only for entertainment purposes. If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you assume the responsibility for the results. Project Farm LLC
  • Runtime : 8:43
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COMMENTS: 40

  • Skoolblow
    Skoolblow   5 days ago

    Why no Walter Brand? It's the best cut off disc for us Canadians.

  • RELOADINGandSHOOTING
    RELOADINGandSHOOTING   1 weeks ago

    OUTFREAKINSTANDING!!! It seems that the faster it wears the faster it cuts... I have never thunk that ๐Ÿ˜…Iโ€™m anxiously waiting for the 14โ€ ferrous metal blade torture testโ˜บ๏ธ

  • Anthony Starfield
    Anthony Starfield   1 weeks ago

    Project Farm, do you know of a high quality, SOLID cutting wheel that is 1 inch in diameter, or just a little bigger?I have a 2004 Toyota Corolla. The dim wit engineer that designed it decided the 2 nuts that hold the donut gasket together, on the exhaust manifold, just had to be WELDED down!There is a lip around each nut, on the end of the exhaust manifold. So I either need:1: A 1 inch cutting wheel, or just a little bigger, that can do some serious cutting. Using lots of wimpy Dremel cutting wheels does not work. Or2: A larger cutting wheel, which means I'll have to slice through that lip around the nut.And also some type of rotary tool that has a long and skinny end. A regular cordless drill is just too large to get down behind the engine.It has an exhaust leak. I got 2 headaches, then figured it out. So I have been driving with the windows rolled down.I could take it to Bell's Exhaust, for around $70. But I would REALLY like to cut those 2 nuts off, and replace them with 2 good nuts and bolts, and, of course, replace the donut gasket.Thank you much. Happy Thanksgiving.

  • Sam Splatter
    Sam Splatter   1 weeks ago

    Maybe that diamond blade is meant to have more pressure put on it to work effectively?

  • Thomas Mueller
    Thomas Mueller   2 weeks ago

    Which belt sander sandpaper belt is better? Seems strange but I have the best luck with harbor freight.

  • Dayton D
    Dayton D   2 weeks ago

    Test diesel fuel additives! Make sure to get opti-lube, power service, and howes in the test. See which ones keeps the fuel from gelling best with #1 and #2 fuel. Thanks.

  • artgoat
    artgoat   3 weeks ago

    Good test. Too bad you didn't include the Cadillac standard: the Walter Zip disks. They are the best I've ever used, and extremely tough.

  • No name
    No name   3 weeks ago

    Can you do this with 1/4" metal grinding wheels? Want to see what wheels work best when cutting metal for welding.

  • Mohit Marwaha
    Mohit Marwaha   3 weeks ago

    Great Video. I would appreciate if you could direct me to any link that explains on the machine/table setup that is used in the video specifically for cutting threaded bars and bolts. Cheers !!!

  • Steven Pierno
    Steven Pierno   3 weeks ago

    Another thing about thicker wheels is loss of accuracy, You know even after watching these videos you will not find a cheap disk in my garage. I have had a few China made disks explode and take flight across the shop. Thankfully I have never been hurt badly by any of these mishaps. I wear a quality pair of welding gloves, and my glasses at all times.

  • Albert Landry
    Albert Landry   4 weeks ago

    what about walterthis is great service mister

  • Vaulmore Mack
    Vaulmore Mack   1 months ago

    Love your vids .would really love to see a 1. Metal cutt of blade2. Chop saw test...the actual mahine comparison

  • boheefuseverett
    boheefuseverett   1 months ago

    Excellent video, sir! Personally, I really appreciate your tests. Best method of testing and all the important results are very well covered. Seems like Makita and Diablo both perform better than the expensive Metabo brand I've been using. I'm making a switch!

  • CK_32
    CK_32   1 months ago

    You know HF ainโ€™t ganna give you any extra material ๐Ÿ˜‚

  • warren hymes
    warren hymes   1 months ago

    I use a diamond wheel for everything unless I'm in a real hurry. It just does not wear. It has saved me a lot of money as I used to go thru 10 packs pretty quick. I can put a lot more force on it without worrying about breakage. It is fairly slow, tho.

  • Cheryl Ronald
    Cheryl Ronald   1 months ago

    Awesome! Plain and simple test. Your video's are great!

  • greg E
    greg E   2 months ago

    Regarding these cutting wheels and the audience you have, please put the word out on how dangerous these are with a grinder that has a regular on off vice dead man switch. Without the deadman switch my femoral artery would have been sliced open when it kicked out of my hands.

  • SirMo
    SirMo   2 months ago

    I believe cut off wheels are the wheels where most care should be used to select a good wheel. They consume fast and they can be the most likely wheels to fail. So skimping on them is not the best idea. This video was very helpful in determining that Makita makes some excellent wheels. Not only is it a reputable brand and company but the wheel performance and cost per cut is actually quite competitive as well. Thanks!

  • noob gamer
    noob gamer   2 months ago

    Next time please include Tyrolit if possible

  • 2001pontiactransam
    2001pontiactransam   2 months ago

    Thanks for the video, my co worker and I where just having this discussion on which would last the longest, well you just solved the debate! Surprised on the diamond wheel how slow it cut. Where from Michigan so we use alot of wheels from Praxair gas, but make many stops at Home Depot Lowes Menards etc, now we know. Great videos buddy, keep up the good work!

  • Jay Ross
    Jay Ross   2 months ago

    Holy crap, I didnt know the metal/diamond type blades cut that much slower.. I have only used the metal blades, maybe time for a switch.

  • Donny Moose
    Donny Moose   2 months ago

    i sure hope your wearing a face shield

  • Tony Nameless
    Tony Nameless   2 months ago

    Pointless to compare if blades width don't match.

  • Robert Mailhos
    Robert Mailhos   2 months ago

    I can say the hyper tough.cut off from Walmart well long story short they don't last โ˜น๏ธโ˜น๏ธโ˜น๏ธ

  • jimmer
    jimmer   2 months ago

    How clean is the cut on the lenox compared to the others?

  • Steven Martin
    Steven Martin   2 months ago

    Awesome video but I'll still take Metabo any day

  • W/0Money.
    W/0Money.   2 months ago

    El diablo wins. ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘

  • Lars
    Lars   2 months ago

    Man... your videoโ€™s are SOOO informative and fun to watch. Cheers

  • wdwwadwafwefae
    wdwwadwafwefae   2 months ago

    Wow! I after a long day of welding its so nice to relax and watch and rewatch a lot of your videos this one takes the cake very good video keep them coming

  • plainlogic
    plainlogic   2 months ago

    I wish you could have tried the American made SAIT brand too

  • Father
    Father   2 months ago

    4 f***ing minutes!?

  • ivan schafeldt
    ivan schafeldt   2 months ago

    marketing blurb aside diamond CANNOT be designed to cut steel, steel is a carbon sponge, soaks it up readily, diamond is a carbon source hence the steel pretty much drinks up the diamond wearing it out faster than steel would the other abrasives.love your method though, fair and accurate comparison

  • Alan Mathies
    Alan Mathies   2 months ago

    Your test jig is worth building as a "poor mans" band saw for cutting steel rod and bar stock. I learn so much more from farmers than I could ever acquire in any given technical college. Between your channel and others like Musty's, Tarryl fixes all; I can darn near fix or build anything in my garage that life throws at me. Thank you!

  • Chris Gonzales
    Chris Gonzales   2 months ago

    I love Harbor Freight, but I never had the courage to use their cutting wheels.