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Saign Charlestein

Argentinian Grinder

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I saw this and thought the concept was pretty cool, although I would change a couple things... I know hardcore has been working on something similar they call the maximizer.

 

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Thought it might interest some

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Looks cool, did they give you a price on it? Then you have to think about the shipping costs as well.

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I want one :rolleyes:

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ditto that. :D And badass indeed.

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Looks like a good machine. I'm sticking with my old Bee Metal grinder, tho. Chewed up a lot of steel over the last 18 years with that puppy.

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no, I've heard that exporting stuff like this isn't worthwhile in Argentina. It's actually a pretty simple design, and I know a local machinists who are going to make a few for themselves.

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Pretty cool machine, the only thing I might change is how the work rest attaches. How easy would it be to change belts with it on the machine? That's something I hated about my 6x48 and love about my new 2x72. I don't have to move the work rest at all to swap belts.

 

The rotating platens and wheels is a neat feature.

 

I love my grinder though =]

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