|Project by bushmaster||posted 01-12-2015 03:53 AM||2963 views||10 times favorited||17 comments|
I saved this kitchen appliance from the scrap pile as it had a nice slow speed motor, it had to be good for something. Decided to make a sanding machine for honing chisels etc. The simplest thing I could think of is to cut a 6 inch disc then lathe a groove in one side to fit the grader, chopping accessories and glue them together with 5 minute epoxy. Completed 4 units with different grits of sandpaper. The motor part secured with a simple wood bracket. The rpm is about 90 rpm and I tested it out by sharpening a chisel to 500 grit. I have never had a smoother cutting chisel, quick and easy. So all in all I found it to be very successful, has plenty of power as it also had a meat grinder attachment and designed to stand on end as it had an orange juicing attachment.
If you find one of these it is worth keeping for something in the shop.I also saved a multispeed blender motor.
-- Brian - Hazelton, British Columbia