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Started by Dutchman, April 14, 2014, 07:45:09 PM
Quote from: Dutchman on April 14, 2014, 07:45:09 PMI have developed a method for simple adjustment of the grinding angle with the knife jigs SVM-45 and SVM-140.Coarse adjustment is done by setting the distance of the universal support to the stone in steps of 5mm.The fine adjustment is done with the adjustable stop of the knife jig.The required adjustments for a certain grinding angle are listed in tables.Tables are made for stone diameters from 240-180mm, in steps of 10mmThe method is documented in PDF-files which can be downloaded from Dropbox:https://www.dropbox.com/sh/zfzeuyyhors8oid/Yyq5S71LxR"Grinding angle adjustment Booklet.pdf" should be printed two-sided on A4 paper.You can then staple and fold it as an A5-booklet. It should also fit on 'US legal' size."Grinding angle adjustment A5 serial.pdf" , is the A5 serial version, for storing in iBooks on iPad.20140415 I have updated the file "Grinding angle adjustment Booklet.pdf"because the text was not aligned correctly with respect to the papersize.
Quote from: Fredd on May 30, 2018, 12:51:55 PMI can view all the pages in the drop box link except for the chart itself. I am getting error 404. Thank you in advance.
Quote from: wootz on May 30, 2018, 12:59:38 PMTon gave us a clean high-resolution version of his booklet, you can get it from our website:Ton Nillesen trigonometry for Tormek grinder
Quote from: Ken S on May 30, 2018, 04:17:34 PMDutchman's work is fundamental to our knife setting procedures. By all means, do whatever you have to to download/print it. It will serve you well!Ken
Quote from: Dutchman on July 02, 2018, 04:39:51 PMAt the request of "cbwx34" I developed mathematics for use with its robust "jig-fix" as published on https://forum.tormek.com/index.php?topic=3570.msg22912#msg22912The new formulas can also be used to choose a different reference point for the distances than the center of the jig's stem, which is unclear and inconvenient.As a result, the setting of the sharpening angle can be determined more accurately.Some measurements were also made from which possible sources of error appeared.More info can be found in the additive (dated 20180702) in my initial post on this topic: https://forum.tormek.com/index.php?topic=1849
Quote from: BennyJ on January 17, 2020, 11:37:51 AM...This post i wonderful! I have actually tried to make a spreadsheet myself, but that didn't work out. But i am sure that following your math, it is going to work!...
Quote from: Dutchman on January 18, 2020, 11:14:15 AM...snip... It is made with the Free and Open Source office packages "OpenOffice" and its successor "LibreOffice", but will probably also run with other office packages. You'll probably need to change the extension "ods"
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