I warmly welcome.
He has been involved in the production of fishing baits for some time. Production may be too big a word because I make it only for my own use but the time needed to perform it discouraged me.
And here came the idea to make a small belt grinder that I could move from the garage to the basement to grind wobbler bodies on winter evenings.
For this purpose I used an old table grinder that does not sin with power but for processing small wooden elements it will be just right.
I made the roller from several plywood wheels which I cut with a hole saw.
The whole body was made of a flat bar 8mm thick.
The steering roller and tensioning belt is a piece of tube with two bearings.
The tension is a spring of unknown origin.
You can see the entire production stage in the video below.
The whole grinder was made of what I had at home. I await your opinions.
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