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Old 02-26-2012, 07:38 AM
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Re: A fast & wicked pair of sisters - more knives!

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I am in the process of starting to build knives..... worked on the forge today. What kind of grinder/sander do you use?
I use a Wilton Square Wheel that I've modified the snot out of trying to make it something it isn't. I have every intention of buying a Bader B-III (best customer service on the planet, and great machines, too!).
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Old 02-26-2012, 07:40 AM
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If your ever looking to sell one let me know I think they are awsome
The koa handled piece was supposed to be for me, but I'm perpetually making the one that was supposed to be for me! If you're interested, send me an email: mgregoryknives@yahoo.com

This one, in specific:



Thanks, guys!
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Old 02-26-2012, 08:36 AM
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Re: A fast & wicked pair of sisters - more knives!

I have been researching all I can I this one seems like it's the most versitile and I like the slots to configure tool rest options.

Wilmont Grinder

I am going to build one that is somewhat close to this design but I am not sure if I will go through all the trouble of making the tip over flat option. Have you ever seen/used one of these grinders?
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Old 02-26-2012, 09:42 AM
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Re: A fast & wicked pair of sisters - more knives!

I've never seen that grinder in the flesh before, but it looks like a good design and well built.
My experiences with Bader are numerous, entirely positive, and offer more than enough flexibility for me. The only other machine I would likely consider would be the Weurtz TW90, and even still I'll likely choose the Bader just because of the customer service I've received from them - without ever even owning one of their machines!!

I should also mention that I'm no longer willing to make, alter, or modify my machines to achieve an end result. Too frustrating, and rarely works as well as getting the right tool to begin with. I have very little free time as it is, and if I get the chance I want to spend it making knives, not wrestling with the tools!!!! The expense means less to me in the long run than the effort and time it takes to make it work, I guess.
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Re: A fast & wicked pair of sisters - more knives!

Great like I need another hobby.
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