Tungsten grinder

  1. tom2207 Member

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    I run an old lens edger ,, I got it given from a service on a machine. nice thing about edgers is they run the other way ie uphill , I sharpen that way so there is never any chance of a snag and get good results.
    Ive never ever put anything onto a grinding wheel the way a lot of folk here do , and I wont be starting now, held in a drill or not.
     
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  2. optima21 Forum Supporter

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    I just use a diamond coated disc for use in an angle grinder. I use it in a drill in a slitting saw holder.


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    for sharpening lathe tools I use a diamond coated cup wheel on a clarke cbs 1-5 belt and disc sander

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  3. fnlvder Forum Supporter

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    I've got a similar setup on my clarke combination drill/tungsten grinder bodge.
     
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  4. indy4x

    indy4x Forum Supporter

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    I have a Hudmut jobbie, bought it off someone on here but can't remember who

    I've not used it as my Dremel is dead, don't do much welding ATM either so it's going on the for sale section once I get round to taking a photo
     
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  5. bigegg

    bigegg I drink and I know things. Its what I do.

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    Dibs please, depending upon price.
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