Grinders Northridge Tool

The Northridge Tool family of belt grinders are built to be the best possible knife grinder on the market but were not stopping there! Expect to see an ever increasing lineup of accessories to make your grinder the most flexible and powerful 2x72 belt grinder on the market ^ Back to the top

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coote belt grinder My favorite collection for 2014

coote belt grinder This particular tiny lad figured out of the container some of the electric motor really offers quite a bit of electric power due to its shape the very simple to installation

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Prices Coote Belt Grinder 2 x 48 and 2 x 72 Belt

Belt grinder prices do not include motor No pulley included Smooth contact wheel only available Pulley selection now available The machines design and construction lends itself to modification to suit specialty needs Each machine size is suited for that contact wheel diameter only and is not readily adaptable to other sizes

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Home Coote Belt Grinder 2 x 48 and 2 x 72 Belt Grinder

About a year and a half ago I needed a belt grinder for general use in my garage for metal fabrication and I decided on your 2听 model This weekend it occurred to me how much I have used the grinder and how well it works Im not kind to tools I give them a lot of hard use and the grinder still works like its new Thought I would

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3 Best Belt Sanders for Knife Making Sander Solutions

The 1SM belt grinder for knife making by manufacturer Kalamazoo is a beautiful machine to behold This impressive belt grinder can sharpen tools and blades in minutes and is one of the fastest working grinders on the market today The Kalamazoo 1SM can also sand and shape a large variety of materials even with the lessthanideal oneinch

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coote belt grinder Tools and Tool Making Bladesmith's

I made a grinding bench with a water oak top and bolted the coote and motor to it I use a big door hing and a piece of 1" thick oak to mount the motor to the hing lets me keep contastant tension on the belt and makes it easy to up or lower speed on the step pullies The Coote is probably the best bang for the buck out there I'd love to get a

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Coote Grinder setup ? BladeForums

I have decided to get a Coote Grinder and try my hand at grinding my own blades and I have a few questions 1 Is 1hp 1725 RPM the right motor? 2 I want a 3 step pulley Would the ones from Beaumont Metal Works be good? 3 Is there a better way to set up the motor so you can change the speed other than using a hinged plate? 4 8" or 10

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Coote grinder picture thread Tools and Tool Making

Anybody grinding with a Coote? If so I'd really like to see your setup This is my first grinder I spent a long time trying to decide between the Coote and a higher priced grinder but after much consideration on needs and cost and Mr Coote's helpfulness and excellent communication I decided to give him my business

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