Electric Grinder Restoration | Hitachi Bench Grinder

  • Loading...
  • Published on:  Tuesday, May 7, 2019
  • Electric Grinder Restoration | Hitachi Bench Grinder VideoThis is Hitachi grinder that I bought from Japan recycle shop 60$. I don't know how old this grinder is. This grinder looks very rusty and run not so good. But After the restoration it look like new one and works very well. I really love this grinder. You can find out detail the restoration process in this video. Grinder InforationBrand - HitachiMade in JapanType EBC2 CAP 0.2KW AMP'S 4.5 AC VOLTS 100, CYCLES 50/60 LOAD SPEED 3000/3600 rpmWHEEL SIZE 150mm x 16mm x 12.70mmI am happy to receive your feedbacks, advices, suggestions to improve myself. !!! I apologize for the mistake if I have made in this restoration !!! ---------------Thank you so much for Likes & Comments---------------
  • Source: https://youtu.be/KgCytZqQ-B8


  • Roland H.

    Roland H.

     2 months ago +191

    I can't believe I watched the whole video and enjoyed every minute of it. Nice work, man!

  • Steve Brown

    Steve Brown


    Yo dawg, I heard you liked grinding...so I got you a grinder to grind your grinder while you grind.
    Seriously though, fun to watch and great finished article so well done!

  • kan815k



    In the old days tools was made to last.
    Now, all the new tools are made from cheaper quality metials.

  • Ancel Carter

    Ancel Carter

     1 months ago +18

    AWESOME! My biggest problem with these restoration projects is I always wind up with a part or two I forgot to put back into the assembly after completion.

  • Toshio Fuji

    Toshio Fuji

     3 months ago +150

    Hitachi Koki, I worked there 30 years ago.
    Thanks for your restoration.

  • Charles Reece

    Charles Reece

     1 months ago +7

    Have you ever found anything weird or wonderful in any of these things you have taken apart? And, how do you do research on some of these things that are long forgotten? Love your vids, especially when the screws come out clean!



     2 months ago +80

    На 25 минут залип...надо прекращать...так и жизнь пройдет в залипе....но красиво сука и увлекательно!

  • André Costa

    André Costa

     3 months ago +91

    Machines like these one were made to resist 2 or 3 lives and, with restorations like yours, things will work for more 30 years.
    Congrats from Brazil.

  • Panta Csaba

    Panta Csaba

     2 months ago +4

    Perfect! is set exactly, man, is really good to work with, and it's just after calibration!

  • i Kappa

    i Kappa

     2 months ago +2

    Nice job, but why not sandblasting all the metal parts. And did you really pay $60,- for this pile of rust?

  • MrBCFiver


     1 months ago +3

    I admire the time, effort, patience, and passion put in to this restoration project. Well done! Very satisfying video.

  • ZaeBomb


     2 months ago +16

    I wasn't paying attention, and looked up at 16:00, thought he had a pan of roast chicken, then he dumped it out and I was super confused.

  • dilshah


     1 months ago +2

    One Word WOW . Beautifully done . Lot of Patience .Really Appreciate it . Great

  • Bandicoot803


     7 days ago +1

    I never knew that bench grinder motors had centrifugal switches back in those days.

  • Nidal Al Saleh

    Nidal Al Saleh

     3 months ago +51

    your restoration is fantastic. someday your channel will be 1 million or more subscribers. keep it up brother !!!

  • Anas Obaid

    Anas Obaid

     1 months ago +62

    This is not a restoration...
    This is Resurrection 😅

  • AeonmikeYT


     1 months ago +9

    My parents: don’t touch rust. U don’t know what stuff grows on it
    Gear show:

  • hasnul faiz

    hasnul faiz


    What chemical do u use

  • Seven Raziel

    Seven Raziel

     7 days ago +1

    24:01 This is the part why you came for... I want my like !

  • Sphynk


     2 months ago +59

    Thanks for not wrecking the ambiance with some crappy music. Legend.