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Old 09-26-2020, 11:28 PM
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Default Got a id/od cutter grinder

Went and purchased a Hybco 2100 grinder. Has a optical comparator and a digital readout too.

Came with a bunch of tooling consisting of diamond and standard grinding wheels. Also came with a KO Lee indexing head but it's missing the arm that holds the finger that works against the indexing wheel.

Already brought home the cabinet and tooling. Goimg back Tuesday to get the machine. I'll post pics when I get it to the shop.
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Old 09-28-2020, 01:07 AM
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I don't know a lot about grinders or how the table is attached on the machine you purchased.
BUT
Use Caution when moving one
not being specific to any grinder

seen one apart, it looks like there is little or "nothing" attaching the table to the machine.
before you move one take a good look at what holds the table maybe just by its own weight.

What I seen was not a dovetail but a V length wise on each side and about six 1" balls kept a part with a plastic spacer that had holes about one inch spacing for each ball.
the table underside had machined V's that rode on the balls.

In other words the table traveled on top of balls and may not have any thing substantial to keep the table from falling off with a good push or a bounce from a pothole in the road.

Don't bounce the table! the balls may indent the V's and that will be the end.
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