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    This version of the articulating tool rest fits the classic KMG grinder as well as others (but I can't say for sure which others). 

    There is a video with the KMG-TX grinder in this catalog showing the TX version.  That gives you a pretty good idea of how it works.

    Comes with:

    • Work Rest Table
    • Universal Mounting Adapter ( for Classic KMG, Other grinders)
    • 1  (one) 90-degree angle knuckle
    • 2 (two) links with levers
    • 3 (three) 1″ diameter pins

    These components will allow you to create hundreds of combinations for every work support situation.

     

    • $523.45
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    • Medium hardness, 70-80 Durometer.

     

    NOTE: Small wheels need to run slower due to the high RPMs. Use caution and slower speeds to prevent damage. Monitor the heat to determine the best speed for a specific wheel diameter.  Smaller wheels require slower speeds to prevent over heating. Operate at a speed that keeps the bearings cool enough to comfortably touch. By monitoring the bearing temperature, you will be able to run the wheels at a moderate speed continuosly, and faster speeds for brief periods. Do not allow the bearings to become too hot to touch with your bare hand.

    • $94.50
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    5/8 bore

    • $130.20
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    • $452.55
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    • Medium hardness, 70-80 Durometer.

     

    NOTE: Small wheels need to run slower due to the high RPMs. Use caution and slower speeds to prevent damage. Monitor the heat to determine the best speed for a specific wheel diameter.  Smaller wheels require slower speeds to prevent over heating. Operate at a speed that keeps the bearings cool enough to comfortably touch. By monitoring the bearing temperature, you will be able to run the wheels at a moderate speed continuosly, and faster speeds for brief periods. Do not allow the bearings to become too hot to touch with your bare hand.

    • $94.50
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