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Tormek BGM100 - Kit de montaje para esmeriladora de banco

Precio: EUR 51,19
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Identificador de producto del fabricanteBGM-100
Peso del producto1,5 Kg
Dimensiones del producto35,6 x 6,6 x 6,6 cm
Número de modelo del productoBGM-100
Número de productos1
Incluye bateríasNo
Necesita bateríasNo
Peso1.5 kilogramos
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Producto en desde15 de mayo de 2014

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Tormek BGM100 - Kit de montaje para esmeriladora de banco

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13 de 13 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Typical Tormek Quality! 21 de enero de 2011
Por Scott W - Publicado en
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I am a woodturner and have had my Tormek for many years. It will put a razor-sharp edge on just about anything, but I always had one complaint: It is really, really slow when initially shaping (or reshaping) a heavy turning tool. I had a dry grinder too, but could never "freehand" an edge close enough that it didn't require a lot of rework (and time) when I got to the Tormek.

Enter the BGM-100. Installation requires building a support block to the left or right of your dry grinder. The exact placement and size of the block is dependent on the size of your grinder, so plan on studying the diagrams and doing some basic math. The instructions are a bit lacking here, but the diagrams are good. The installation instructions are online at Tormek's website if you want to review them before purchasing the kit.

I installed this on a Woodcraft 8" slow-speed grinder with a Norton 80 grit SG wheel. Once installed, I tried out the BGM-100 with several spindle and bowl gouges (using the SVD-185 jig) and it worked perfectly. The same protrusion and jig setting presented the tool identically on the dry grinder and the Tormek, with the only shape difference being due to the different wheel diameter (8" on the dry grinder vs 10" on the Tormek). With the heavy work done on the dry grinder, I was able to move the tool (still in the jig!) directly to the Tormek and quickly finish the sharpening. It worked equally as well with roughing gouges and a large skew (both using the SVS-50 jig).

This kit could also be used by someone who doesn't own a Tormek, but it would require purchasing the associated jigs (recommend SVD-185, SVS-50, and SVD-110) and that would bring the total investment to around two hundred fifty bucks. That's a bit more than other setups (like the Wolverine) that can effectively provide the same function with a dry grinder. But the BGM-100 really shines for someone who also owns (or plans to own) a Tormek, where the jigs (and their cost) can be interchanged between the Tormek and the dry grinder.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Quality goods 29 de diciembre de 2012
Por Al Olme - Publicado en
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A very well made accessory with a huge bonus. This jig came with an excellent book on how it is used when NOT mounted on a Tormek grinder [which is why I bought it]. A word of warning, when you buy this item, be sure you are buying the BGM100 KIT. The bar only is also available and the lower cost makes it tempting to buy. The descriptions make it easy to order the bar only without the mounting pieces by mistake.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This is a discounted upgrade bundle 16 de octubre de 2010
Por Stephen Prior - Publicado en
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If like me you have a Tormek Supergrind with the 1 screw horizontal support and the non-micro adjust universal support and were thinking about upgrading, then this bundle has those two items for $5 cheaper than buying them separately, so I bought this package, put them on the Tormek and then used the old pieces to use on the bench grinder. Now I can use my Tormek jigs on both the Tormek and bench grinder and saved a little on the upgrade.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Worth It! 13 de octubre de 2014
Por DWFree - Publicado en
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I needed a faster method of rough grinding lathe tools and plane blades. I have a Grizzly 10" wet grinder and several Tormek jigs which does fine on standard O1 plane blades, but doesn't like A2 or HSS plane blades. When I want to change a bevel angle, it takes forever. The wet grinder along with the leather strop do an excellent job on lathe tools, but it takes a while for major reshaping and cutting relief bevels. Heavy reshaping of lathe tools with the wet wheel also left pretty good furrows in the wheel which had to be dressed out.

I thought I would try this out with the 6" bench grinder I wasn't using for anything. I just used a standard 60 grit grey wheel. I used the TT-50 diamond dressing jig to true the stone, the SE-76 for plane blades, the SVD-185 for some gouges, and the TTS-100 setting gauge I already had to set everything up. Using very light pressure and cooling the tools often by dipping in water, it worked great! I got a little greedy with the 1st plane blade and created a very narrow blue line at the edge, but by the time I had ground the bevel to where I wanted it, I had ground off the blue annealed material. Reshaping of lathe tools was a breeze, and I can take the tool still in the SVD-185 right to the wet grinder to get my final sharpening done.

I'm sure I will find other uses around the shop for this set up whenever I need something a little more precise than hand held. When the standard wheel wears down I may get a more suitable replacement, but it works well as long as a light touch is used. It's certainly worth the $65 I paid for it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Real Time Saver 14 de noviembre de 2014
Por Redleg - Publicado en
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I recently bought a Tormek system because I was (and remain) convinced that it produces sharpness that I haven't been able to match with a conventional grinder. The first real problem I encountered was that it takes hours to reshape tools with the Tormek. After reshaping one 11/4" skew with the "Raffan grind", I was ready to give up. I saw this on line and bought it - it was the solution I needed. Now I can, and do, shape my tools on a conventional grinder using the BGM100 and a conventional grinder - much faster. After shaping, I go to the Tormek, use the coarse stone, fine stone, and honing features and start using the tool. Much better.