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Spot Weld Cutter

Spot Weld Cutter

Spot Weld Cutter

SKU:    1350
Price: $10.99
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Spot Weld Cutters Make Body Panel Repairs Easier

If you are a welder who works in auto repair or auto restoration, you may be working on a car that only requires work in the spot of the weld. If your try and use a drill bit, it walks off and doesn't stay centered in the spot weld. This is a situation where you would definitely want to use a spot weld cutter. They cut around the spot weld and leave the underlying panel undamaged. The damaged panel can easily be removed. You can then repair the panel and weld it back on or place a new panel back using spot weld cutters to make the plug holes for welding. Make sure when you are removing a spot weld, you choose a cutter that is the closest to the size of the spot weld.

This spot weld cutter is durable and lasts through many spot welds. There is a retractable pilot that you put right in the middle of the spot weld and the cutting blade will be able to cut out the spot weld. You don't have to worry about the walking you experience with a drill bit because the pilot keeps the cutter in place.
  • 3/8" double-ended blade with a 1/4" arbor with retractable pilot
  • Creates better panel separations than using a panel cutter
  • Blades inter-change with other spot weld arbors

Customer Reviews
# of Ratings: 2
1. on 2/24/2016, said:
Broke a tooth on the cutter after around 8 cuts . No value considering a $10 shipping charge .
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2. on 8/10/2015, said:
I've seen tools similar to this on a lot of sites, most with bad reviews. They say they wear out after a use or two, or they run off the weld. I bought the cutter and a set of replacement blades assuming the other folks were right. I'm removing the rear apron from a VW bug, I'm almost done and still on my original cutter. I think if used properly, (let the tool do the work), and use a center punch to avoid traveling, the tool will perform to anyone's expectations. I'd highly recommend it.
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