Planer Blade Grinder
#21
Its getting to be a real problem. 
When I finished the wood processor I had to clear out a bay in the shed. That meant finding a home for the lumber that was there. That meant resawing it and getting it planed and putting it on the ceiling of the veranda. Still haven't found a space for the riding mower that the processor displaced.
On the subject of the veranda, Julia just finished one of the stained glass pieces for above the doors.

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Julia does nice work.
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#23
The blade grinder suddenly made sense with that last photo.
Lathe (n); a machine tool used in the production of milling machine components.

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The picture of the window Pete.
Have the height adjustment pretty much made. Still need to make a fancier bolt.
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Nice work Greg!

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(12-09-2016, 07:35 PM)f350ca Wrote: The picture of the window Pete.

Not so much. That one reminded me of the early eighties when my mother did a leadlighting course and went mad with it for a couple of years. That is a nice window.
The blade grinder is a nicely designed and built tool, as always.
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#27
Is that a linear bearing? How do they hold up in a grinding environment?
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Im wondering too Al. Think I'll connect an air line and make it an air bearing, well sort of. If I feed 5 or 10 psi air into the housing while grinding Im hoping it will flush the dust away before it gets in.
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Just looking back over this thread Greg and having a closer look at the shaper clamp setup, did you have to drill and tap holes in the end of the table, or were there already holes there?
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They were there Pete. 1/2 inch coarse thread, just had to make the plate with slotted holes similar to the plates on the mag table for the grinder.
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