DIY DIY for a regular sharpener
I really don't like that overhang! Polishing needs a bit of pressure on the buff. May I suggest fitting a pulley to the motor and using it to power a spindle or two running in self aligning bearings? This gives far more access since the spindles can be made substantial and long enough to give a large work envelope. Buff speed can also be tailored to suit the material and buff size if more than one set of pulleys is used.
Nice job on free-handing that tapered thread!
NortonDommi (Aug 17, 2021)
O.K. Doing jewelry, small work and light pressure. I'm more used to doing larger items that need a bit of grunt and for the initial cut considerable pressure, especially if it is Aluminium that someone has bead-blasted at 90 p.s.i.
Nice job on the inlay, Plasticine always has that last bit that is hard to get off/out aye. Was that floor sealer you used?
skimen ruslan (Aug 18, 2021)
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