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TOPIC: Bench Grinders?

Bench Grinders? 19 Jul 2008 21:06 #1

I am in the process of purchasing some of the more expensive equipment I will be using and was wondering if anyone could/would make a suggestion or had any advise as to the best brand/size/etc, bench grinder to buy. I would like to have one with the belt sander attachment which I believe I would have to buy seperately... I've priced some of the grinders in the local "Home Depots" etc, but a friend of mine said I might need a commercial grade grinder for the amount of use it will see. Thanks
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RE:Bench Grinders? 19 Jul 2008 21:23 #2

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I have small one from Lowes that has a cotton wheel on one side for sharpening knives and stone on the other and then a large one that I got from Northern tool that is a grider on one side and large belt sander on the other. The second one mentioned has plenty of power and didn't kill my wallet.
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RE:Bench Grinders? 19 Jul 2008 22:21 #3

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Invest in a good quality big one right off the bat...a Jet or Baldor.
If you scrimp you will be sorry the very first time you need to really bear down hard on a steel shoe to do a lot of extra boxing on a wide fit branch or a take off a little extra off a heel. And the good one will last a lifetime. That extra hundred fifty bucks or so now will pay off many times over the next 20 years.
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RE:Bench Grinders? 19 Jul 2008 22:40 #4

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Invest in equipment built for the job. I have an industrial grade 1HP that is 25yrs. old. It has a 10" expand-o-wheel on one end and a multi-tool on the other and runs at 3750 rpm. The first 15 yrs. of its life was with standard grinding wheels. At time of purchase it was around $600.00 for an average of about $25.00 per year. It will cost you quite a bit more in today's market but longevity should be the same.
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RE:Bench Grinders? 19 Jul 2008 23:04 #5

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check out Stonewell's website. you'll find good quality products there

also, consider a bandsaw........I was resistant to it at first but I love having one on my truck.....saves you on expander wheel belts and makes cutting pads a breeze

Derin
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RE:Bench Grinders? 20 Jul 2008 02:01 #6

The burking 60 inch belt sander is the only way to go for grinding shoes use your bench grinders for wire brush and knife sharpening.
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RE:Bench Grinders? 20 Jul 2008 02:48 #7

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Buy quality, Baldor 1/2 HP, you can put a multi tool attachment on one side and an expander wheel on the other. Get a bandsaw from stonewell. Drill presses are justa matter of preference. dewalt hand grinders. Nothing says "I have no idea what I'm doing" like these guys that just go to Lowes and buy a little bench grinder and a bandsaw that couldn't hold up cutting paper just to fill there trucks with "power tools" and try to look like they actually use those tools when the fact is they never get turned on. The second year I was out of shoeing school I Bought an el cheapo bench grinder just because I saw so many guys with bench grinders in there trucks, I figured I could use it for heel checks or something, but the truth is it was a piece of junk and it never got used. I'm sure I looked like a joke to any farrier who may have looked in the back of my truck back then, but hey we live and learn.
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RE:Bench Grinders? 20 Jul 2008 11:10 #8

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I buy a lot of stuff refurbished online. You can save a lot of money this way. I only had one thing that didn't work that great. I bought a bosch power tapper for 300, not bad.
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RE:Bench Grinders? 20 Jul 2008 11:19 #9

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shoe 4 food... not sure where you are located, but there is a huge difference in how the better power tools work in cold weather....... my Baldor grinder turns right on, even at zero degrees, while a buddies Delta grinder has to be warmed up with his heat gun.....it is funny to watch though......

Also, you may want to take a little cash for your work..... only so much you can do with a few hundred chickens.....

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RE:Bench Grinders? 21 Jul 2008 04:08 #10

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calshoer wrote:
Invest in a good quality big one right off the bat...a Jet or Baldor.
If you scrimp you will be sorry the very first time you need to really bear down hard on a steel shoe to do a lot of extra boxing on a wide fit branch or a take off a little extra off a heel. And the good one will last a lifetime. That extra hundred fifty bucks or so now will pay off many times over the next 20 years.

Patty is right.
If you need a "get-me-by" a 4.5" angle grinder with a flap disk works.
Jeff Holder

Some people are like Slinky’s, pretty much useless but make you smile when you push them down the stairs.
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RE:Bench Grinders? 23 Jul 2008 14:24 #11

Thank you all for the advise. I really appreciate this site and the people on here that are willing to take their time to help out folks like me who are just getting started. I took Patty's advise and bought a Baldor grinder and multi-tool. It certainly hurt a little bit in the pocket book, but I'm sure it will be paying for itself before too long! Thanks again for the help!
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RE:Bench Grinders? 23 Jul 2008 21:25 #12

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Will toyal for tucker , you'll do well olmate I'm sure
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If we want anymore excrement like that outta you we'll squeese ya head :eek:
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RE:Bench Grinders? 24 Jul 2008 02:47 #13

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Ickler 2x48 is a good choice. Kalamazoo. Grizzly tools makes a 2x72 for under 500 dollars. Jet does not make a belt grinder anymore. I have been using a 10 inch expander wheel for over three years with excellent results. There are lots of choices. Sears Craftsman makes a durable belt grinder (2x42?) for less than 150 bucks. Hope this helps.
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