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Forum topic by SCOTSMAN posted 05-26-2010 10:43 PM 3443 views 0 times favorited 17 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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05-26-2010 10:43 PM

I bought one of these many years ago with all the talk of scary sharp tools I thought I might share it with you .It’s basically a sixteen inch horizontal wheel flooded when turned constantly with honing oil works great do they have such a thing where you are it’s called a Denford Viceroy sharpedge works great with chisels planer blades and also when I make a new attachment planer blades for thicknessers etc.I would welcome your comments good or bad as you wish.Alistair
http://www.hanmec.co.uk/MTbig/misc4012.htm

-- excuse my typing as I have a form of parkinsons disease


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#1 posted 05-26-2010 10:47 PM

Come on Alistair your know it’s only a record player! LOL Wow that’s a heavy duty rig just for sharpening it’s like a worksharp on steroids. Thanks for sharing I’ve never seen anything like it.

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#2 posted 05-26-2010 11:07 PM

Thanks jim I have been given some pretty chewed up wood chisels and brought them back to better than new with this it works fast too. In my opinion a finer better finish than my tormek does this syetem is hard to beat as the tool never heats up and sharpens like magic Take care my dear friend.Alistar p.s congratulations on your record 30.000 posts

-- excuse my typing as I have a form of parkinsons disease

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#3 posted 05-26-2010 11:11 PM

Thanks Alistar

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#4 posted 05-27-2010 12:13 AM

Now that is a cool tool…

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#5 posted 05-27-2010 12:46 AM

Alistar

Are the wheels interchangeable, meaning can you use different grades of coarseness?

Jim

-- Jim, Anchorage Alaska

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#6 posted 05-27-2010 12:54 AM

Wow Alistair, I’ve never seen anything like that!

-- Don, Pittsburgh

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#7 posted 05-27-2010 01:05 AM

me either.

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#8 posted 05-27-2010 01:31 AM

Does that thing play the old 78’s or just 33 1/3 LP’s? :-)

-- Charlie M. "Woodworking - patience = firewood"

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#9 posted 05-27-2010 01:35 AM

Alistair that is one might sharping tool but it looks very big for the bench my friend LOL…....:-)

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#10 posted 05-27-2010 03:59 AM

Never seen one of these – thanks for sharing. Looks like that big flat surface would be nice to work on.

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#11 posted 05-27-2010 06:55 AM

It looks like it might play 33 1/3 records, but it also looks like a heafty sharpening wheel. Does it turn slow?
With oil running on it it should last forever and never heat the edge.

-- Jim Jakosh.....Practical Wood Products...........Learn something new every day!! Variety is the Spice of Life!!

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#12 posted 05-27-2010 03:35 PM

What lubricant do you use Alistair? single malt or speyside By the way nice desk
God bless
Trevor

-- God created wood that we may create. Trevor East Yorkshire UK

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#13 posted 05-27-2010 04:06 PM

Jim the wheels are ,as said sixteen inch by about three inches completely interchangable but I only hyave one wheel for mine.It turns about the same speed LOL as a record player not too fast and I use cutting oil it disperses through the wheel quite quickly always leaving a kind of tide of oil being swept along and is constantly fed from amecahnical pump vi a tube with holes in it over the wheel.When I bought mine at an auction of woodworking machines it was stated as having no motor or pump .I thought I can fix that.Imagine my delight when I finally got it home and found the small motor tucked up with a pump underneath.There was a large cavity for the oil container and it looked as if it had a motorectomy.It cuts beautifully and is very safe even a child could use it thanks hope you like the prinicipal at least this is better than the tormek with a much bigger capacity. and cuts wonderfully well.Alistair

-- excuse my typing as I have a form of parkinsons disease

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#14 posted 05-27-2010 05:28 PM

Sure looks like a neat system, large grinding surface, large tool rest, table height, etc. That looks totally industrial quality.

-- Jim, Anchorage Alaska

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#15 posted 05-27-2010 06:34 PM

I thuoght at the first moment it was one of those they used to make
the old harddisk with in the sixtees

it look like it cuold take the big knifes they use to cut vineer with….lol

Dennis

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