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    Advertiser kennyd's Avatar
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    Default Re: Using a Bench top disc sander

    I am building the Grinder in a Box kit from the Polar Bear Forge.

    Its close to being completed, see pics here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1139665...BBuildPictures

    I have a $1000+ in mine, but I splurged on good contact, idler and drive wheels. I am working on the tool rest now.

    There is tons of info ion the web if you search "belt grinder(s)"
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    Really like your grinder. It am guessing with the 3Ph motor you are going to run a VFC to be able to control the speed.

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    Default Re: Using a Bench top disc sander

    Quote Originally Posted by Sfrankland View Post
    Really like your grinder. It am guessing with the 3Ph motor you are going to run a VFC to be able to control the speed.
    Yes, that is correct. I already have it wired and running, I just need to get the pics up-to-date.
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    Default Re: Using a Bench top disc sander

    Quote Originally Posted by Furu View Post
    Yes I still have a 25 year old radial arm saw. Using the cup wheel will do the same thing the 6" wet grinding wheel will do and that is hollow grind when dealing with a 1/2" blade. I think the belt is my best choice with the appropriate abrasive belt.
    Maybe cup wheel isn't the correct term? The one I'm referring to works as though you were grinding on the side of a regular wheel, yes I know not to do that< but the grinding surface is flat. See type six here
    Shouldn't you be at work?

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