25,000 RPM Die Grinder vs A Block Of Ice

Top dog ice carving hero Bill Covitz arrived from the USA with 2 flight cases jammed full of serious tools for ice carving (regular airport security nightmare, of course). One of his most powerful instruments of choice is his trusty Makita die grinder accompanied by a selection of rather tricks bits. Spinning at a mighty 25,000 rpm, the grinder makes mince meat of the ice (and your finger, hand, arm, neck if you are not careful).

Just this small selection of bits below cost over £300 / 3000NOK and finish off Bill's ice creations perfectly.

Not the sort of tool accessory one finds on the shelves of B&Q or Maxbo!

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