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Two new dust-collecting cutting guards are now available for Makita's 4 1/2-in. to 5-in. grinders. The grinder attachments are made of cast aluminum and weigh only 0.45 lb. The guard has a dust port that is compatible with most commercial vacuum hoses. The dust guards can be used in a wide range of concrete and masonry applications, including concrete cutting, tile cutting, tuck pointing and cutting expansion joints. Makita; 800-462-5482;
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This week in construction products, we look at grinder dust guards, a new jobsite chop saw and one of the largest truck cranes in North America. Click the image to begin the slide show.


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