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Posted on how important is having a DECENT bench grinder vs. a $30 garage sale one?

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MedicKen

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#1 posted 738 days ago

I use an old Cincinnati 6” 1750 rpm grinder outfitted with a 100 grit and 150 grit friable wheels. I picked up the grinder and stand for $20, replaced the bearings, painted it and mounted a Wolverine jig for sharpening turning tools under it. It did cost a little more for the jig but the grinder will run forever. I would look used and clean it up add some bearings and call it done. But thats just me. I dont like buying chinese tools.

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