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Milwaukee

Model 6130-33

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Store SKU #182335

7 Amp Corded 4-1/2 in. Small Angle Grinder

$69.00 /each
  • 7.0 Amp, 750 MWO Motor- powerful for daily applications
  • Compact, Lightweight Design: At 10.2 in. long and 3.5 lbs
  • 5 year limited tool warranty

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Feature 1

Includes 4-1/2 in. small angle grinder, spanner wrench and type 27 guard

Feature 2

Grinds quickly and efficiently at 11,000 RPM

Feature 3

Use the 7-amp, 750 MWO motor’s power for daily applications

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amperage

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7.5 amps

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max speed

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11,000 rpm

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cord length

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8 ft.

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Warranty

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5 year

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The Milwaukee 4-1/2 in. Small Angle Grinder features a powerful 7 Amp motor and 11,000 RPM, making the tool an excellent choice for a variety of grinding jobs. The multi-port exhaust reduces motor burn-up by efficiently venting hot air out of the grinder. Debris baffles protect the internal components by deflecting debris out of the airflow at the intake vents. The burst-resistant guard offers safe operation.

  • Includes 4-1/2 in. small angle grinder, spanner wrench and type 27 guard
  • 11,000 RPM speed for fast and efficient grinding
  • 7 Amp, 750 MWO motor is powerful for daily applications
  • Sliding lock-on switch provides comfort during extended use
  • 8 ft. cord provides a long reach
  • Side handle provides a secure grip
  • Light and compact at 10.2 in. long and 3.5 lbs.
  • Only grinder in its class with a tool-free, burst-resistant guard
  • 5-year limited warranty
  • Includes: (1) 7 Amp 4-1/2 in. small angle grinder, (1) spanner wrench, (1) type 27 guard
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Is the Milwaukee 7 Amp 4-1/2" Small Angle Grinder for $59.00 made in the USA?

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July 11, 2015
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They have plants in several different countries including the USA. They all stick to good quality control is what I have been told.
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Made in China, as most things are nowadays, unfortunately.
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The unit I bought in April 2014 says "Quality Manufacturing in China".
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Unfortunally NO
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August 6, 2013
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I have two answers;
1) $59.00 is a great price for the Milwaukee 6140-33 4-1/2-Inch Small Angle Grinder.
2) After some brief internet research Milwaukee reportedly has moved their tool manufacturing to China.
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January 3, 2013
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Milwaukee® has manufacturing facilities in Asia, Europe and the United States. Our global power tool design center is located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, USA. All of our manufacturing facilities throughout the world adhere to the same strict standards of quality and manufacture products designed to uphold the Nothing but Heavy Duty badge. The 6130-33 Milwaukee® 7.0 Amp 4-1/2" Small Angle Grinder is Read More
Milwaukee® has manufacturing facilities in Asia, Europe and the United States. Our global power tool design center is located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, USA. All of our manufacturing facilities throughout the world adhere to the same strict standards of quality and manufacture products designed to uphold the Nothing but Heavy Duty badge. The 6130-33 Milwaukee® 7.0 Amp 4-1/2" Small Angle Grinder is professionally made in China. Read Less
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Can I use a diamond cutting wheel with this grinder to cut plaster/stucco with wire lath?

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A continuous-rim diamond blade should work fine for that application.
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July 17, 2016
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Yes, you can use a diamond cutting wheel with the grinder.
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dose it come with a case or bag of some sort

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July 25, 2016
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No, this does not come with a case or carrying bag.
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Is there a dust collector attachment for this tool I need it to grind down some high spots on my basement floor.

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No, but you can buy an attachment that will fit most tools for dust collection.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 60 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed I bought this $59 Milwaukee to replace my Ryobi, which had finally failed after about five years of service. Right away, I noticed a few things that weren't as useful or well done. The on/off switch is right up next to the blade, which is downright dangerous if you're working without the shield attached. The handle has only two positions, not three. The tab for the shield lock sticks out, wasting about 1/2" of blade depth. There's no plastic carrying case. In all, just a bunch of small but useful fratures that I miss. August 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love the Top switch I am restoring a 77 F100. A lot of grinding, sanding & cutting the last 7 months. The grinder is Perfect. Still have a Milwaukee grinder (running) from the 80's August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent grinder I used Hitachi grinder brfore I purchased this grinder to cut porcelain tile. The Hitachi use to break tiles when used . The Milwaukee is by far better cut tiles with no issue. August 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Tool Milwaukee makes great products and this grinder doesn't disappoint. I'm using it on metal and wood projects without a hitch. The tool is comfortable to use and control and changing grinding wheels is easy. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent decision! This is my second angle grinder. I bought an inexpensive Ryobi without reading its limitations - such as metal cutting. So, I did my research, read the reviews and looked at the user manuals Home Depot provides on the product listing. The Milwaukee had strong reviews and did everything I needed. Additionally, it has a five year warranty. Once I began using it I was impressed by not only its cutting but it's ability to grind and sand. I would definitely recommend it. June 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by One Hot Grinder I admit I am biased toward Milwaukee but I'm not a rabid fan and my decision ultimately came down to personal user preferences. I say that because all the good name brand angle grinders are $40-60 and have very comparable features-So you really can buy whichever grinder you feel most comfortable with. I also remembered that my last grinder was a Black and Decker (arguably an inferior brand next to Milwaukee, Makita, Rigid or Dewalt) and it has lasted me 15 years of frequent use, so again you should feel comfortable buying whichever feels best. I went with the Milwaukee because I have to have one of the "click on" type switches because sometimes you have to hold the grinder in a precarious position that makes paddle type switches really inconvenient. I also prefer the switch on top of the grinder's body as opposed to the side so I don't have to reposition my hand after I turn it on. The grinder's body didn't offer me as nice of a grip as the Makita or Dewalt and I thought that would be an issue when in use but it hasn't been noticeable to me during use. I have medium sized hands and If you have small hands I could see that alone as being the deciding factor for the Makita or Dewalt instead but again it turned out to not be an issue for my medium sized mits. The weight of the grinder is very good as it doesn't have all of it's weight on the front toward the motor. The Grinder is balanced enough that with the thicker 4.5" grinding discs you barely get any felt vibration and I can't notice any with my flap discs or cut off wheels. It's not as noisy as my last grinder but come on, it's a grinder and any grinder you need ear plugs for. The negative of this grinder is the heat. The aluminum motor housing, the spindle and the spindle nut all get HOT with minimal use. They get hot to the point where I would rather wear gloves when I change out a disc or wheel. I worry about the motor overheating but after two hours of frequent use grinding on metal in a 100* garage it was still fine. Milwaukee gives a 5 year warranty on this grinder so that kind of puts me at ease about the motor getting hot. They probably wouldn't put a five year warranty on a grinder that would has overheating issues is my thought. I also decided to stay in the $40-60 range because the amperages available in that range are absolutely sufficient. It doesn't make sense to me to spend $100+ for a 10+amp 4.5" angle grinder when almost for the same amount you can get a 6 or 7" grinder that will work MUCH faster than any 4.5" grinder regardless of amps. July 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Handy tool with solid performance I used this grinder to grind down approximately 100 rebar type steel pieces sticking out of my basement wall. It performed the task as well as could be expected. Never overheated or gave me any issues. Would recommend for small grinding jobs. June 14, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great tool almost perfect I purchased this angle grinder because my 20+ year old grinder finally died on me. I spent some time doing research into grinders and this one consistently came up with good to great reviews. Here is what I found. I like: - It's comfortable to hold (well balanced) - Has lots of power - Easy to change the attachments - Long cord - Not too noisy in the world of grinders I dislike: - The placement of the on/off switch. It's on the back near the wheel. That mixed with the fact that it does not easily lock into place means my hand is closer to the wheel for longer than I would care for. I wish it had a trigger instead - The handle is relatively short. So, if you have big hands like I do then your hands will end up closer to the grinding wheel than you may be comfortable with. Initially I was not but I had work that had to get done and I dealt with it. I have since then gotten comfortable with it but a couple of simple adjustments would have addressed this. Overall: Part of me wishes I spent the extra money on the battery powered one. It has the design that eliminates my dislikes mentioned above. However, it does not have the power this grinder does and if you are like me when you are in the middle of a project the last thing you want to be doing is swapping batteries when grinding or cutting. Also, I really couldn't justify how much extra it was for the cordless. All together I am happy with the grinder I am just not very happy. Hence the 4 star rating instead of the 5. June 7, 2016
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