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Vladislav

Making grinder. I'll start with the project.

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Thank you. It's good to hear. I will try to answer your questions in order.

  • I registered a company in Prague for the production and sale of these machines. I think it's a good idea. (company's website address - in my profile. Link here do not show that did not seem to advertising)
  • My machine (I hope) a little better TW-90 :) , the price is lower and they can be purchased in Europe, where it is not have to pay for the shipping from the United States
  • Unfortunately, the details of my grinder is not compatible with the KMG. I do not like much in the design of KMG and I want to make my machines better.
  • The idea of ​​making the cover was inspired by the customer: labor protection and safety officers and other ... all right. But! My design does not provide for any manipulation of the cover to change the belt - cover does not interfere with this operation. :)

I want to offer my customers a reliable, powerful, comfortable and beautiful machine. The best!
And I am most pleased to work on this.

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This is my protection against belt breakage at the grinder! Protection from belt breakage is secondary to prevention of particles spraying in between my face and glasses as I work. Much, much, much, cheaper than a trip to the Opthalmologist to remove a metal splinters from ones eyes.

 

Are you planning to sell your machines painted or bare? I for one, would pay extra to get a machine that did not require paint.

 

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~Bruce~

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Good protection. Universal :)

Yes, I plan to do a polymer powder coating. Plus phosphating bare surfaces for corrosion protection.

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What I see is possibly the beginning of the worlds finest belt grinder. Good work !

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Wow! Thank you. :rolleyes:

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I'm having fun on the weekend

 

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Covers can be not boring. :) And, maybe, make custom drawing or writing? This will Custom grinder ... cool!

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I like the 1st one and the 3rd one Very cool !

 

Sam

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There were many more. I'm a former jeweler with 25 years experience, I draw it - just for fun and relax. :) Thanks for the kind words.

Indeed, what-if, as an option to do? ...

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There were many more. I'm a former jeweler with 25 years experience, I draw it - just for fun and relax. :) Thanks for the kind words.
Indeed, what-if, as an option to do? ...

 

Yes it would be a good Option to dress up the guard and let the customer pick what one they wanted .again Awesome work .

 

Sam

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The famous Russian wild imagination. :)

When the machines of this design will be ready for sale - I will include this option. I will watch - what would happen.

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Wonderful to watch the progress of your enterprise, Vladislav.

 

When me and my father built the KMG clone, I immediately saw the usefulness of a rotation in the grinder. Whether working with wood or making knives, being able to switch from vertical to horizontal is very convenient. Sadly, we didn't realize this and were stuck with a non-rotating grinder!

 

Offering "custom" designs for the guard? I think that's brilliant! If it's not too much trouble or inconvenience, it would be a great way for the customer to personalize their machine.

 

Very much looking forward to seeing this come to life.

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Thank you.

During the assembly of machines I have concluded that the automatic stop (e.g. as on the TW-90) is necessary. The heavy rotating part shall be securely fixed. Arm need to press down - it's easier than pulling it up. (as far as I know). All controls are convenient and are available at any position. It seems to bad it turns ... All next machines will be equipped in such a retainer.

 

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Slowly, but inexorably "iron" is contracted putting together ...

 

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The project is moving (working name - UTV2000C). All the following machines will be now by such:

 

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Wheel from 100 to 400 mm

 

protective cover that does not need to be removed for changing the belt (Or without, on request)

 

Customise drawing on the cover of your choice (free option)

 

Work Rest with notches for the big wheel and small wheel (or straight, your choice)

 

Automatic locking in two operating positions.

 

Massive steel body: steady and durable. Eternal.

 

Powered by domestic electrical supply network (230V, 50Hz.)

 

Engine power – 1.5 kW (2 Hp).

 

Stepless belt speed adjustment.

 

Belt travel reverse direction.

 

Horizontal and vertical operation.

 

Simple and fast operating position preparation.

 

Acceleration start-up time to process speed - 5 sec.

 

Belt width – 50 mm (2 inches).

 

Maximal belt speed – 29.8 m/sec.

 

Belt length – from 1830 mm (72 inches) to 2000 mm.

 

Variable speed drive protection class – IP66.

 

Engine protection class – IP54.

 

Polyurethane coated contact aluminum wheels with large bearings.

 

Flat surface machining device with a metal substrate with abrasives removal function that has entered under the belt (optional).

 

Radial (contour) machining device with roller diameters from 18 to 50 mm (optional).

 

Adjusting supporting table.

 

Module assembly of the machine which makes it possible to extend operating capabilities as required.

 

Machine's working devices replacement without special tools.

 

Desktop mounting...

 

I like my job! ...yes-s!

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WOW a very Awesome Machine extremely well built . I love your design and the ability of the Machine is just Plain Cool.

 

Thank you for sharing this WIP with us here on BSF.

 

Sam

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Thanks and always welcome! :) And soon they will be ready ... I work and jump up with impatience!

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Thank you. :) The process of progressively moving:

 

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Gerrr I so Have to Build a Work platform like that Now . Thank you

 

Sam

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How much will they cost?

Shipping to Alaska is very expensive to get (the machine weighs about 60 kg), and the dealer in the U.S. I do not have yet. :) The prices can be found here

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Finish is almost visible...

 

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Have experienced at the same time the work rest. Tough. Forging possible. :)

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Today I counted more accurate. The cheapest delivery to Juneau (just as an example) - about $ 1600

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