FinitEasy Hand Held Fillet Weld Grinder
The Cibo FinitEasy Fillet Weld Grinder: The original and best tool for rapid finishing & polishing of fillet welds & Tig welds.
How to mirror polish a stainless steel fillet weld with the Cibo FinitEasy:
- Quickly grind out & pre-polish the fillet weld with the Cibo GA 8 unitised discs
- Mirror polish the weld with felt non-abrasive discs and our PV/102 soaps.
Or need to remove weld discolouration and leave a semi-bright polished finish?
- A simple one-step process with the FinitEasy & our SA 5 unitised discs.
The FinitEasy can grind finish & polish in all those diffcult to reach corners.
- Easier Processing. Faster Finishing. Brighter Polishing. FinitEasy.
For more information check out our FAQ’s at the bottom of the page
FinitEasy Hand Held Fillet Weld Grinder FAQs
What comes with the FinitEasy machine?
We always supply the FinitEasy in a sturdy metal carrying case. It is available in a kit with an extensive selection of consumables or as a machine on it's own.
At AFS we recommend you buy the machine on it's own and then buy one of the Cibo Time Saving Kits dependent on what you are looking to achieve
- either the Cibo Time Saving Kit for satin finished fillet welds (TSK/02)
- or the Cibo Time Saving Kit for Mirror Polished fillet welds (TSK/05).
Our full range of fillet weld grinding discs, including the brand new patented Combi Unitised discs can be found here.
Can I use cutting discs or flap discs on the FinitEasy machine?
Yes. The FinitEasy is supplied with a reversible backing flange. On one side is a flange to fit 25.4mm discs such as the unitised discs, flip it over for the 22mm flange which fits flap discs, cutting discs and a whole range of abrasive products.
Can I get an air tool version of the FinitEasy machine?
Cibo can mount the FinitEasy onto a high power air tool so Yes you can. Contact AFS for more information.
What is the best speed to run the FinitEasy fillet weld grinder at?
The FinitEasy is primarily designed for stainless steel finishing so you can use the machine at any speed and achieve great results but our experience has shown that running at between 3 - 4,000 rpm is ideal for most weld removal and finishing processes whilst for mirror you may wish to increase the speed a little.
- How do I remove a stainless steel fillet weld with the FinitEasy?
Which product should I use to put a Mirror polished finish on stainless steel fillet weld with a fillet weld grinder?
A mirror polished finish on stainless steel fillet welds with the Cibo FinitEasy fillet weld grinder.
Stage 1: Remove the tig weld and put a fine, blended satin finish on the tube with the GA/7/T31 combination unitised discs
Stage 2: Polish and blend the sanding lines fro the GA7 disc with a felt disc and the PV/102 polishing compound.
What is a fillet weld grinder?
Fillet weld grinders create an extension to the head of a grinder to allow easy access into narrow gaps where a fillet weld has been laid.
For most mig weld applications the weld does not need to be ground out but particularly in high quality stainless steel welds, removing the fillet weld to create a smooth finish is an important aspect of the work. This is why 15 years ago Cibo invented the fillet weld grinder.
And Cibo didn't stop there. The Cibo FinitEasy has been the subject of continuous development since then. The FinitEasy was, and still is be the est fillet weld grinder on the market.