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I have a big version of a lansky sharpening system I built into a work table. It has a vertical 4x4 with angle iron on it. I might attach this to an open side of the 4x4. I have the pieces being printed now (finally)
I followed this to the T today, and can't figure out why mine won't burn blue. It just burns like a big candle.. any ideas? I was wondering if my bell wasn't smooth enough or even enough. So tomorrow I'm gonna try a reducer for the output/bell side
When you enrolled into the "3D Printing Class" a few weeks ago, did you tell them it's a useless class because you'd need a 3D printer?I contacted a printer on Etsy, and have the parts being made. The guy making them even said he's doing one for himself...
Most knife guys use a 1x72. I imagine the rods to get wobbly once they get so far out
What size belts is this geared to?
Cool. Thank you! I was thinking since it looks like the vertical rods and wing nuts adjust the tension. So if one were to lengthen those (and even the horizontal rods) the belt size could go up quite a bit... if that makes sense. I make knives and was thinking of making this for polishing. Was gonna use a treadmill motor instead of a drill
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