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Just Bought a 12-Inch Lapmaster, Now I Need to Figure Out How to Use it

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  • #16
    Use the common PPL technique,.

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    • #17
      Practical Machinist referred him to come here?
      I'm confused, because I think his product is rather pretty neat and like to know how he solves his issue. Lapping plastic to give a nice round edge without generating heat might just work?
      I'd like it if he would become a regular poster here and not just be a random that asks questions and leaves.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by RB211 View Post
        Practical Machinist referred him to come here?
        I'm confused, because I think his product is rather pretty neat and like to know how he solves his issue. Lapping plastic to give a nice round edge without generating heat might just work?
        I'd like it if he would become a regular poster here and not just be a random that asks questions and leaves.
        No, he's unwelcome over there. Basically told to F.O.!
        This incarnation was banned over at PM previously. He's trying to knock-off picks made similarly to the BlueChip pick. https://bluechippick.net/
        Last edited by reggie_obe; 12-21-2020, 09:14 PM.

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        • #19

          Would it not be a suitable punishment to let him join,
          and then have to put up with US ?

          -Doozer
          DZER

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          • #20
            Originally posted by SoCal Dude View Post
            I recently acquired an ancient 12-inch Crane Lapmaster (pictured below). It is in perfect working order and SO overbuilt.
            Thanks So Much,
            SoCal Dude
            Thats a nice lap. I have a 12" lap that is built by lapmaster for a blade sharpening system. Its under that pile of smaller laps.

            The small laps are good but might be too fast for you. And the laps are stupid expansive. I have more in six inch laps than the machine itself.

            Oh, dont put them together, they multiply

            JR

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            • #21
              I've got a Glendo Accu-Finish and diamond wheels.
              Love it.

              -Doozer
              DZER

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              • #22
                Originally posted by JRouche View Post


                Oh, dont put them together, they multiply

                JR

                man your workshop must be like Aladdin's Cave!

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by mattthemuppet View Post

                  man your workshop must be like Aladdin's Cave!
                  More like Sanford and Son's backyard lol... JR

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by reggie_obe View Post

                    No, he's unwelcome over there. Basically told to F.O.!
                    This incarnation was banned over at PM previously. He's trying to knock-off picks made similarly to the BlueChip pick. https://bluechippick.net/
                    Ooops. Now on radar is who???>>

                    No, he's unwelcome over there. Basically told to F.O.!
                    This incarnation was banned over at PM previously

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Doozer View Post
                      I've got a Glendo Accu-Finish and diamond wheels.
                      Love it.

                      -Doozer
                      Those are super nice. I use mine quite a bit, both for "sharpening" scraping tools and for touching up both HSS and carbide.

                      Not the type of thing that would do his picks, but whatever.

                      Looked at JRs, first picture, and thought those were ancient accu-finish, even older than mine, but I see the name is something else, and the glendo stuff is in the other pic. Looks like his are about as old as mine.

                      BTW, I saw somewhere that they are not going to have the older size wheels available anymore.
                      CNC machines only go through the motions

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by J Tiers View Post

                        Looked at JRs, first picture, and thought those were ancient accu-finish, even older than mine, but I see the name is something else, and the glendo stuff is in the other pic. Looks like his are about as old as mine..
                        Cool Grind? Agathon also made a very high-end diamond sharpener/hone that additional capabilities.

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