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Awesome machine. One thing about this type of tool, everyone in the business wants one! Keep the quality up, but work on minimum cost that you can and still turn a profit and you will sell them well!

 

A man that knows how big an asset a quality tool is doesn't mind paying a little extra but, as with most everything else, cost is bottom line. If you can't afford it, you can't afford it! You have some really nice innovations built into that machine!

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Awesome machine. One thing about this type of tool, everyone in the business wants one! Keep the quality up, but work on minimum cost that you can and still turn a profit and you will sell them well!

 

A man that knows how big an asset a quality tool is doesn't mind paying a little extra but, as with most everything else, cost is bottom line. If you can't afford it, you can't afford it! You have some really nice innovations built into that machine!

Speak simply, please - my English is very bad so far (Viva Google translator!) :D
You have in mind that my machine is too expensive?
...Very soon, this "chick will leaves the nest".
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No, I didn't necessarily mean that it is too expensive.

I think you have a great machine and would have to sit down and really compare it to the next machine I know available that is even close to the what appears to be a quality of your machine and there is only one on the market that I know of that can turn the 90*. So you are ahead of most with that innovation!

I was just speaking openly about price! We all want to make as much profit as possible, but as long as you as the builder of the machine are not sacrificing quality to make that profit then you have to look at the amount of profit you are making! Is the profit enough to make it worth while.

Every once in a while a good idea comes up but, if you don't have the facilities and tools available at hand to produce that idea at the right cost, the cost of building becomes too much and their is little to no profit there!

In short WBR, Vladislav I was speaking frankly if your machine is as good as you say it is, and it does look like it is, and the cost is not so high where the average man can't afford one. Well then it looks like you are about to put out the newest grinder to hit the market.

Speaking simply, quality at a good price is what I meant! I think from what I see your machine fits all of those statements!

If all of those statements hold true you will become a very busy man! So from what I see of the machine, Congratulations my friend you are in business!

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

 

It's okay! If I purchase I will have Petr bring it as luggage! :D

 

It looks very good.

 

I think the small wheel attachment may have a problem. I cannot see how you would grind a fuller in a sword with it. The machine sticks out on either side of the wheel. This would keep a long blade fuller (groove) grind from happening.

 

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I may be wrong.

 

I am writing simply so auto translate will work well. I hope you understand what I mean.

 

--Dave

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No, I didn't necessarily mean that it is too expensive.

 

I think you have a great machine and would have to sit down and really compare it to the next machine I know available that is even close to the what appears to be a quality of your machine and there is only one on the market that I know of that can turn the 90*. So you are ahead of most with that innovation!

 

Congratulations my friend you are in business!

 

Thanks! I will try my best. :)

 

I hope you understand what I mean.

 

--Dave

 

I think I understand you. Do you think I should think about the device in the style of KMG or something similar? I do not like the fact that there are small bearings with a short lifetime. Though do it - not a problem, and then I can suggest this or that device on the buyer's choice.

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While the machines are going - projecting device for grinding surfaces with magnetic sine table. And, perhaps, it can also be used to work rest, more rigid and durable. For large and massive workpieces.

Several people have asked me - whether I plan something like that. The answer is - this is planned. :) As an option that is compatible with all models

 

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I just saw your question about the MAP arm.

 

I own one of those and really like it. However, I do think it could be improved. The MAP arm is adjustable, but it's hard for one person to make precise adjustments to it. Two nuts need to be loosened at the same time to adjust Z and Y axis, so you end up needing two hands to hold/position the heavy table, and one hand on two wrenchs ready to tighten the nuts when the table is positioned perfectly.

 

A design like the MAP arm that could allow precise adjustment of the table's position on the grinding surface would be an awesome invention (and one I'd rush to purchase).

 

Cheers!

 

Dave

On this issue - this design is born:

 

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Works in both positions the machine, of course. All regulated separately, do not need a third hand. :)

UPD: If you want - I will design this device is also a mount for KMG. Do you want?

UUPD: To do this I need the dimensions of this part's

 

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On this issue - this design is born:

 

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Works in both positions the machine, of course. All regulated separately, do not need a third hand. :)

UPD: If you want - I will design this device is also a mount for KMG. Do you want?

UUPD: To do this I need the dimensions of this part's

 

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I would LOVE it if you built this for the KMG! That would make my fuller grinder much easier.

 

Please send me a PM with the price. Do you accept Paypal?

 

Thanks!!

 

Dave

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PayPal accept, of course. But it is early yet to speak - first, I need to calculate the price, it's not a quick process, unfortunately. But we will not get upset - everything is in our hands! :) The process will be illustrated herein.

UPD: For the U.S. I probably need to design considering inch threads, not metric? Right?

UUPD: For work I need these dimensions:

 

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Here's what you get:

 

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Just wanted to drop in and say how awesome this thread is. Great work, Vladislav, you have some outstanding ideas going on an it looks like you are making brilliant machines! If you ever happen to get a distributor in the US, I would certainly look into one!

 

John

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Thank you very much!
And...
UTV-2x72 "Hurricane": first run. Speed and noise test.

 

 

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Just wanted to drop in and say how awesome this thread is. Great work, Vladislav, you have some outstanding ideas going on an it looks like you are making brilliant machines! If you ever happen to get a distributor in the US, I would certainly look into one!

 

John

I just want my machines are convenient, versatile and functional. And constantly thinking how to do it. Something like this ...

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And work in two position:

 

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UTV-2x72 "Hurricane", photo:

 

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I did it...

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Hi!

And more:

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Listened to experienced colleagues :) and now the machine has such a decoration:

 

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Shown without polyurethane.

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Hello, dear friends!

After the break, I hasten to share the news:
New "Storm" in photos and videos.
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to be continued...

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2 new work rests:

 

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Do you want is for the KMG? Given that soon my machines will be sold in the United States and Canada? :)

 

 

 

 

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I am proud. B)

Wheel 300mm, 2850 rpm.
Yes-s!

 

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Hello, everyone! Testing the Bevel tool:

 

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HI, mr. Vladislav

Looks great ... Something I do not know about you and your device. The device UTV-2000 Storm and accessories that has been paid in Advance you also send it :( :(

I ask because I have sent money to your account. As you write the offer. This is not a little money !!!
And since then ignore all my messages. So I am seriously concerned about what is happening with my money now. I hope I'm wrong about you and we'll successfully solve this problem.

 

Servos

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HI,

 

If you do not want to lose money do not buy from mr. Vladislav "belt-grinders.eu". A lot of nice words, when you pay for the device stay without money and without grinding machine.

 

Servos

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So this is a fraud? I am sorry for that man but also thank you for giving the feedback. I had in mind to gather money for one of those in the future. Sad story...and irritating

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