Homemade Bench Polisher
TIG Paul on mig-welding.co.uk
Multi-speed, belt-driven bench polisher adapted from an inexpensive bench drill. Scrap metal was used for motor plate and base. The quill is clamped into a box frame and held in place by 8mm set screws. Quill has a 13mm chuck. Switch rated at 10 amps.
Oct 24, 2013 12:15 AM
Well thought out and should be sturdy enough for heavy use.
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