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Started by Nico, October 21, 2022, 10:40:41 AM
Quote from: Nico on November 01, 2022, 09:00:36 AM...snip...This is interesting. So I followed the recommendation in the Tormek TT-50 tutorial video and lowered the USB height by exactly 1 numeral on the adjustment ring each time. Being the curious type, I did want to see what would happen if you run the diamond tip off the edge of the stone (instead of lifting and repositioning). With the cut being set to 1 numeral, I experienced quite noticeable chipping of the stone's edge as the tip ran off it, even though I was going extremely slowly. To your comment, Ken, I guess that means the cut wasn't shallow enough so next time I will move the adjustment ring by maybe half a numeral and see if this eliminates the edge chipping.
Quote from: RichColvin on October 27, 2022, 10:25:54 PM...snip...Rick Kruger made some upgrades to his TT-50, making it automated. He was able to set the speed very slow. I seem to remember that he would complete a pass in 10 minutes or so. And that the resulting surface was quite smooth.
Quote from: Nico on October 27, 2022, 10:56:20 PM...snip...I like the idea of automating the feed screw of the TT-50! I had exactly the same idea as I was doing it manually. I have a few spare stepper motors... perfect application for one!
Quote from: sharpening_weasel on November 14, 2022, 08:02:48 PMSomewhere on this site there's a picture of the truing tool with a zip tie wrapped around the parts- I did that to mine and it was an absolute gamechanger. No more harmonic ridges, exponentially less chipping of the edges, and the truing tool doesn't bounce around as much. My advice for truing the SJ- whatever the depth of cut you're setting, halve it. Whatever the speed you're thinking of going at- quarter that. I'm no expert here but when truing mine that's what I've found to work. Could somebody more experienced help me track down that zip tie photo?
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