Sander/Grinder - Lee Valley Tools

Sander/Grinder - Lee Valley Tools

This 1" belt sander is an excellent sharpening center as well as a handy sander. It removes steel quickly and coolly. It can be used for freehand grinding of aSander/Grinder - Lee Valley Tools,This 1" belt sander is an excellent sharpening center as well as a handy sander. It removes steel quickly and coolly. It can be used for freehand grinding of aSander/Grinder 68Z75 - Lee Valley Tools,Sander/Grinder 68Z75.01 Depending on the motor that is used with this item, some adjustment may be necessary in order to give the belt enough tension to function properly.Veritas Grinder Tool Rest - Lee Valley Tools,The Veritas Grinder Tool Rest can be used with 6" or 8" utility bench grinders and many belt sanders/grinders. It mounts directly to the bench in front of the grinder and can be readily folded out of the way for freehand grinding. The 4" wide table straddles wheels up to 1" wide. It is grooved for sliding jigs and center drilled for rotating jigs. The slotted arms allow a wide rangeRe: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Herman de Vries >Craig, I see that someone pointed you to my setup for sharpening using the Lee Valley 1" belt sander. I've used the system for a lot of years. My first fine grit belt finally broke after 9 years of use. At the end, I was basically using it to hone, but it would still raise aSharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK*,I have Leonard Lee's DVD on sharpening and he sharpens using his 1" belt Sander/Grinder (Lee Valley part# 68Z75.01). It looks like it is very easy to sharpen with this system (remembering I still have the 6" grinder for serious reshaping) and able to get a very good edge. The price of his system is less than an 8" grinder would likely cost me, especially a slow speed grinder. Yes, Inew lee valley belt sander question - Canadian,Re: new lee valley belt sander question As Gwilki mentioned earlier, I don't think that holder is meant to work with the sander/grinder. I've had the same sander for at least 10 years and use it primarily for knife sharpening although it's also useful for numerous little sanding tasks. 95% of the time I have the 15-micron belt on the machine and it does a great job for knives.Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Craig Daymon >Herman, Thanks for the first hand response. One thing confuses me, you set your table to 35 degrees, which is going to put a 65 degree bevel on your tool (assuming you are measuring from horizontal). The Lee Valley site and you have mentioned a counter-clockwise rotation on the motor.Ontdek de fabrikant Lee Valley Sander Grinder van hoge,,Vind de fabrikant Lee Valley Sander Grinder van hoge kwaliteit Lee Valley Sander Grinder, leverancier en producten voor de laagste prijzen bij Alibaba1x42in Viel Sander/Grinder. Thoughts as a beginners,,19.03.2014· I found this Viel knife grinder/sander at Lee Valley Tools, it is a 1/4hp - 1/2hp 1x42, 2-wheel setup, and I would like some feedback / thoughts. It is extremely simple, with the drive wheel connecting directly to the driveshaft of the motor, and the upper wheel being spring-loaded to keep tension on the belt. The top wheel is under 6", so I assume wouldn't be appropriate for

Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt

Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt

Herman de Vries >Craig, I see that someone pointed you to my setup for sharpening using the Lee Valley 1" belt sander. I've used the system for a lot of years. My first fine grit belt finally broke after 9 years of use. At the end, I was basically using it to hone, but it would still raise aSharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK*,I have Leonard Lee's DVD on sharpening and he sharpens using his 1" belt Sander/Grinder (Lee Valley part# 68Z75.01). It looks like it is very easy to sharpen with this system (remembering I still have the 6" grinder for serious reshaping) and able to get a very good edge. The price of his system is less than an 8" grinder would likely cost me, especially a slow speed grinder. Yes, IRe: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Craig Daymon >Herman, Thanks for the first hand response. One thing confuses me, you set your table to 35 degrees, which is going to put a 65 degree bevel on your tool (assuming you are measuring from horizontal). The Lee Valley site and you have mentioned a counter-clockwise rotation on the motor.Ontdek de fabrikant Lee Valley Sander Grinder van hoge,,Vind de fabrikant Lee Valley Sander Grinder van hoge kwaliteit Lee Valley Sander Grinder, leverancier en producten voor de laagste prijzen bij Alibabanew lee valley belt sander question - Canadian,Re: new lee valley belt sander question As Gwilki mentioned earlier, I don't think that holder is meant to work with the sander/grinder. I've had the same sander for at least 10 years and use it primarily for knife sharpening although it's also useful for numerous little sanding tasks. 95% of the time I have the 15-micron belt on the machine and it does a great job for knives.Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt () Andy DiPietro >Harbor Freight has the same maybe identical 1" sander on store sale for $29.99 part # 2485.Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK* () Bob Fawcett >Derick Cohen over on the hand tools side made a sharpening system from a 4 x 48 belt sander.Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt Thanks Herman. *NM* Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK* Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt CCW is Important -- Belt must go UP Wow! For $395 there are,Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Craig Daymon >Thanks, I didn't realize it didn't come with a motor. There is really no excuse for it not coming with one at that price. I can buy a 1" sander with a sanding disk and motor for about that price or only slightly more from Grizzly. I guess I could still use the same sharpeninglee valley (viel) belt sander: wheel alignment - Canadian,,Re: lee valley (viel) belt sander: wheel alignment that measurement is to the top wheel it is spring loaded to take up the slack in the belt depending on where you lower wheel is. Mine is 3 1/4 (center) off the deck and 13 1/2 center to center top wheel to bottom wheel. it sounds like you need to loosen the set screw that holds the bottom wheel and move it directly under the top.

Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK*

Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK*

I have Leonard Lee's DVD on sharpening and he sharpens using his 1" belt Sander/Grinder (Lee Valley part# 68Z75.01). It looks like it is very easy to sharpen with this system (remembering I still have the 6" grinder for serious reshaping) and able to get a very good edge. The price of his system is less than an 8" grinder would likely cost me, especially a slow speed grinder. Yes, IRe: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Craig Daymon >Herman, Thanks for the first hand response. One thing confuses me, you set your table to 35 degrees, which is going to put a 65 degree bevel on your tool (assuming you are measuring from horizontal). The Lee Valley site and you have mentioned a counter-clockwise rotation on the motor.new lee valley belt sander question - Canadian,Re: new lee valley belt sander question As Gwilki mentioned earlier, I don't think that holder is meant to work with the sander/grinder. I've had the same sander for at least 10 years and use it primarily for knife sharpening although it's also useful for numerous little sanding tasks. 95% of the time I have the 15-micron belt on the machine and it does a great job for knives.Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt () Andy DiPietro >Harbor Freight has the same maybe identical 1" sander on store sale for $29.99 part # 2485.Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK* () Bob Fawcett >Derick Cohen over on the hand tools side made a sharpening system from a 4 x 48 belt sander.Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK* () Bob Ballard >I have one with a leather belt,charged with buffing compound,my wife uses as a power strop for her carving tools.I have a set of the Sorby micro tools,I occasionally use and I polish the gouge and skew before using.I haven't tried it on normal size tools nor have I used the sanding belt.Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt Thanks Herman. *NM* Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt *LINK* Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt CCW is Important -- Belt must go UP Wow! For $395 there are,Re: Sharpening with Lee Valley Sander/Grinder Belt,Craig Daymon >Thanks, I didn't realize it didn't come with a motor. There is really no excuse for it not coming with one at that price. I can buy a 1" sander with a sanding disk and motor for about that price or only slightly more from Grizzly. I guess I could still use the same sharpeningLee Valley 1 x 42 Grinder? | BladeForums,18.01.2010· Lee Valley 1 x 42 Grinder? Discussion in 'Shop Talk - BladeSmith Questions and Answers' started by Fross, Jan 18, 2010. Paid Subscribers don't see ads! Jan 18, 2010 #1. Fross . 133. Jan 28, 2008. Has anyone used one of these for actual stock removal? HERE is a link to the setup. I have a few spare motors hanging around the shop and am currently using a 4x36 belt sander…lee valley (viel) belt sander: wheel alignment - Canadian,,Re: lee valley (viel) belt sander: wheel alignment that measurement is to the top wheel it is spring loaded to take up the slack in the belt depending on where you lower wheel is. Mine is 3 1/4 (center) off the deck and 13 1/2 center to center top wheel to bottom wheel. it sounds like you need to loosen the set screw that holds the bottom wheel and move it directly under the top.