"Business Edge" by Robert sorby lathe tools is a new system of afftage rvolutionnaire CONU for turning gouges, chisels and carving bauchoirs. In fact, then the system of afftage Pro Edge "is an economic version of industrial machinery with which are affts factory tools originally produced by Sorby. Their afftage s'opre in contact with an abrasive belt. This is effective and mthode sre because afftage in contact with an abrasive belt Entran a DGIG heat much less important than contact with a sharpening stone. The machine is delivered with a strip of aluminum oxide abrasive (K120) and an abrasive belt zirconium (K60) to allow both the afftage tool carbon steel than that of sorby lathe tools made of HSS. In addition, this machine is also a support team rglable ingnieux trs. The user has the same self-deterministic possibilitde angle afftage for selection or one of the angles afftage prdfinis: 15, 20 , 25, 30, 35, 45, 60, 80 and 90. This flexibility is an asset to the extent Whereas oun tool afftselon one of these angles can be prdfinis rafft repeatedly by the same angle of Case floor. sorby lathe tools. This is a personal blog dedicated to showing my work in wood, both around size as well as the construction of musical instruments. Its creation responds to the need to show my works with wood to all who share this hobby with me. In the work I will show I've been doing since I started and initiating new projects go, hoping that those who have some interest in this topic to share with me their experiences and encourage and help us to continue working. This page will show my tools, machines, and I will make copies useful things I see in other shops or online turners. You can also send me some idea about what will happen. The lathe I have, is an Elektra Beckum. It is the most used by turners, but I'm happy with it. It has a bed large enough and sturdy enough so I can work comfortably. Sometimes working with large diameter wood I had to put bags of sand in the cross of the legs, but only until I have the cylindrical part sorby lathe tools. Has the drive shaft with a thread M20/1. 5, and counterpoint with a No. 3 Morse taper. To attach the pieces I have a 4-plate clutches Supernova. They say that is what is best in the market. The claws are interchangeable to fit any size room and can serve by expansion and compression. To support the tools, apart from the original coming out on the lathe, which is the greatest, I have built several with sizes and shapes to suit any job, some smaller, curved or shaped bowls, etc. The glass is a useful piece used to hold long and avoid vibration at work, or to hold pieces in the empty interior. As shown in the picture, I have built this myself sorby lathe tools. With a little imagination you can make with some old iron, three bearings, an electric welder, a grinder and patience. In addition to the original sorby lathe tools tailstock also use another brand to buy Nova. It is a counterpoint that allows the exchange of tips so you can hold almost any piece. This is a support for the tools I've built to prevent the tools are loose in the bed of the lathe with the risk of falling to the ground by the vibrations and spoilage. It's simple and very practical because you are always close at hand without moving the wheel. In the picture it looks like you can build. Another solution to prevent sorby lathe tools from falling is the tray that is adapted to the bench with two leading guides below. I use it to keep things I use while I'm working (gauges, plates, counterpoint etc. Since this release, if I need more space it off sorby lathe tools. It's made of DM and painted gray. We can also build some tools to work on the lathe. The photo did with the old files, old chisels and steel rods. From left to right: a round beveled chisel, square-tipped scraper, a chisel for facing, straight scraper, a small round scraper, and a crosscut saw. The handles are typical of sorby lathe tools work, so it is easier. They come in there, olive, and oak. A tool to search for schools in parts before turning. Its construction is simple: two boards are glued at an angle of 90 degrees and a just-over 45 degrees. Place the piece in the square below and draw a line through the central bar, turn to the other line, where we cross the center sorby lathe tools. Used to check the angles of the gouges and chisels when sharpened. I've built with an aluminum plate, which can be cut easily and will not damage the edges of the tools. I use it to measure the depth of the bowls or holes in general. It is built with a square iron and an old antenna. Is inserted into the hole with the antenna extended and pressed until the square abuts the mouth of the hole, then put out to see how far it goes in the room, or measured with a ruler. The bigger the brand Robert Sorby. The little I have built I cut aluminum and uniting in the middle with a rivet. Works just like you purchase and it is more manageable and lighter. Reviewing the search strings you use to access the blog I have seen some very specific issues you seek sorby lathe tools. This blog is just a sample, if you want to ask me something more concrete you can do it, I answer them all. . . . .