• This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn more.
  • PLEASE SUPPORT OUR FORUM - UPGRADE YOUR ACCOUNT HERE!
[4]

homemade tool & cutter grinder (step by step)

January Project of the Month [3]
[10] Like what you see?
Click here to donate to this forum and upgrade your account!

celsoari

Iron
Registered Member
Joined
Nov 29, 2017
Messages
19
Likes
66
#1
friends started to build my universal tool & cutter grinder. I'm recording all the steps and I'm posting the first two videos, whoever wants to follow the construction sign up for the youtube channel to receive the updates.

greetings from Brazil
Celso Ari
 

kvt

Active User
H-M Supporter-Premium Member
Joined
Oct 21, 2014
Messages
1,952
Likes
953
#4
What kind of motor is that AC, DC size. Looks like a little modification would allow you to use it as a Tool post grinder as well.
Watching it. Have your youtube marked as well
 

celsoari

Iron
Registered Member
Joined
Nov 29, 2017
Messages
19
Likes
66
#5
its ac 3 phase motor. and yes i think use as grinder in lathe...but there much work yet
 

MikeInOr

Active Member
Active Member
Joined
Jan 1, 2018
Messages
107
Likes
96
#12
What kind of motor is that AC, DC size. Looks like a little modification would allow you to use it as a Tool post grinder as well.
Watching it. Have your youtube marked as well
That was exactly what I was thinking! It looks like it would make a great tool post grinder.

Great videos and really nice workmanship! I hope you show the grinder in action in a video?

What size is the 3ph motor? HP?

It looks like you drew up your plans the old fashioned way, graphite on vellum? It still prefer a drafting pencil and drafting machine to cadd... and I am a computer nerd. Is there any way you might share your plans with us?
 
Last edited:

celsoari

Iron
Registered Member
Joined
Nov 29, 2017
Messages
19
Likes
66
#14
That was exactly what I was thinking! It looks like it would make a great tool post grinder.

Great videos and really nice workmanship! I hope you show the grinder in action in a video?

What size is the 3ph motor? HP?

It looks like you drew up your plans the old fashioned way, graphite on vellum? It still prefer a drafting pencil and drafting machine to cadd... and I am a computer nerd. Is there any way you might share your plans with us?
I use 3/4 HP motor at 3,460 rpm.
the plans I made quickly on wrapping paper and pencil and pen, just to cut the pieces. I just did the part of the engine. unfortunately it was dirty with grease and I ended up throwing away. but I believe that through the video it is possible to have an idea of the construction. I do not use cad because I'm very bad at computers.
if you have any doubts about the construction, I'll be happy to help you (if the translation allows - here we speak Portuguese and I speak very little English, the language barrier is a difficult thing)
thanks for comment
greetings from Brazil
Celso Ari
 

brino

Active User
H-M Supporter - Sustaining Member
Joined
Jan 2, 2014
Messages
3,277
Likes
3,266
#19
Celso,

Great as usual!
I really enjoy your mix of still photos, video and music.

Everytime I see a part of your shop, EVERY VIDEO, I want to know more about another tool!
Did you make the base to turn the Makita grider into a "chop saw"?
Is it a 9" makita?

Thanks,
-brino
 

Silverbullet

Active Member
Active Member
Joined
May 4, 2015
Messages
3,089
Likes
1,447
#21
Nice build so far , I like the use of the bearing glides . I plan on using some to build a taper attachment. Nice table you made too. Good looking job .
 
[6]
[5] [7]
Top