We like this one /|\ Fewer parts that a multilink arm Better accuracy repeatability faster set up
Fits on all Tradesman grinders utilize that handy Tormek rail.
Worried about your angles? Do you use a felt wheel to cover angle mismatch
We think you should be able to repeat and angle within a few minutes, Grind at a speed appropriate for finishing, no risk of damage, and only need a strop type effort to debur a good piece of steel.
On our Twin Belt machine rough on the left 200 grit, exact angle match on the right with a 600 grit, Debur minimal
With this enhanced freehand approach, the stroke is captive but you won’t get cornered by your set up when doing a long blade or a large curved tip. our supermagnets let you rotate the knife to follow a tip radius
With the Tradesman edge running a 600 grit edge grind at 150 surface feet on machined platens allows for perfectly straight hand fed angles
With the DC whisper drive, in our shop you can hear the clock ticking in the background while running twin belts, this also means you can hear when the blade contacts the belt.
Just like our tool grinders.
Its a new day
We do like it when our machines are smooth and quiet, side to side run out is always a challenge
Eliminating the previous snapring and washer assembly (which is never flat)
This new flange protrudes thru the side plate using that normally unutilized shaft length to help govern wheel run out
Plus the larger diameter provides a large driven face to shoulder against.
Rough, Finish, Hone ~~ Belt Belt Felt
We are continuously researching ways to improve the performance of our grinders
This is an explanation of our thrust flange work
A new smooth and quiet10-inch grinder for use with wolverine
and Tormek Set ups comes with 80 and 180 grit Tradesman Wheels designed for Heavy Precision work