News:

Welcome to the Tormek Community. If you previously registered for the discussion board but had not made any posts, your membership may have been purged. Secure your membership in this community by joining in the conversations.

www.tormek.com

Main Menu
Menu

Show posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.

Show posts Menu

Messages - Jambe

#1

Just remember Positive goes to the Anode.   :)
#3
Knife Sharpening / Re: the learning curve.
May 16, 2014, 04:05:51 AM
If Jeff will allow a short comment...
I bought a 10 Jet bench grinder and the Multitool. Unfortunately the Multitool came with an inexcusable manufacturing flaw--a "bump" on the flat surface caused by a weld on the underside of it. Some day I will grind it flat even though it will bugger the anodizing. I suppose after using it for some time it would be removed anyhow.
#4
 Re: Simple adjustment of the grinding angle
« Reply #7 on: Today at 03:01:53 am »
               ^
#5

QuoteRob, I see a MultiTool in your future.

I could comment on the MultiTool but I understand that discussion of other tools is not allowed on this Tormek forum.
#6
General Tormek Questions / Re: First thoughts
March 19, 2014, 02:26:49 AM

I used 3 in 1 oil.  Probably not enough though, after reading here about being careful not to use too much.  :)





(P.S. I read the messages on this forum every day, hoping to become more knowledgeable and proficient.)
#7
I would suggest that you go to www.advmachinery.com and use the information there to put together a list of what you want to purchase.

Then send an email to Wolfgang and ask what he can do for you for a package deal:

wolfgang@advmachinery.com
#8
General Tormek Questions / Re: MultiTool
November 10, 2013, 04:08:21 AM
As the OP I guess I should let you know that I have purchased the MultiTool from Wolfgang and he recommended the Jet 3450 rpm grinder. Jet claims it to be 1 HP and also says 8 amps so that is not too far off being accurate. (It was on sale on Amazon through a Jet promotion for $215. Also picked up a wire wheel.)
#9
General Tormek Questions / Re: MultiTool
November 01, 2013, 07:11:56 AM

Probably mainly lawnmower blades.
#10
General Tormek Questions / MultiTool
November 01, 2013, 04:07:24 AM

Is anyone here using the MultiTool?

I plan to buy it and wonder if I should opt for the Jet 1725 ($330-3/4HP) or the Jet 3450 ($240) RPM 8" grinder? Would slower actually be better?  There is also the Porter Cable ($120) variable speed (but it is just 5.0 amp).  Just looking for suggestions.

-Doug
#11
Quote from: grepper on October 06, 2013, 07:26:01 PM
In Firefox it's: right click>Save Link As.

Thanks grepper.

My mistake! I ignored that option since I didn't want to save just a link, I wanted to save the .mov. I see now that it does save the .mov.
In IE it says "Save Target As".
#12
An older topic but I have had the same problem as the OP.  Only just now have I figured out how to save Jeff's videos.

Go here to see the list:  http://www.sharptoolsusa.com/demo/

I normally use Firefox. Right-clicking on a video does not have the option to save. (At least it doesn't on my Windows XP computer.)

I tried using Internet Explorer and there is an option to save the video.  :)


On different subject, I wonder what software Jeff used to make the videos. They are excellent from a software point of view.

#13
General Tormek Questions / Bench Height
September 17, 2013, 03:53:26 AM
I haven't received my T7 (with rotating base) yet but I need to build a bench to set it on. I'm 5'-10". What would be an ideal height for the bench?
#14
General Tormek Questions / Directory of Owners
August 11, 2013, 12:00:52 AM

Just registered today, August 10, 2013. Typing August 10 just reminded me that I joined the USAF 53 years ago today!

I'm curious if there is some way to find an owner of a Tormek system near where I live--the top of Utah in Cache Valley/Logan.

I am developing a prototype tool which needs to be sharpened with more precision than I can do with a bench grinder. Either 0.083 or 0.120 mild steel.

I tried to find a spec on the width of the grinding wheel but was unsuccessful--2.25" would be ideal, since that is the width of shaping/sharpening that needs to be done--eight places.

BTW, I think Simple Machines forum software is the best.  :)

-Doug