If you want to work with metal, you will need to have the right tools for the trade. Two very common ones that you will encounter are die grinders and cut-off tools. Although both are similar at first sight and have some overlapping functions, they are considerably different too.
With that, let’s figure out which of the two tools better suits your needs – or if you need to buy both.
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