1. Considering this at the moment, looks to be a lot of good things that can be done with a semi decent grinder.


    Very little info about them. The Jones & Shipman 540 is a lot more common.


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    In case you want to automate it somehow, I once worked on a large grinder that used a microphone to detect when the wheel touched the workpiece. It used a notch filter to detect a small band of frequencies that occured when grinding commenced.
    Spelling mistakes are not intentional, I only seem to see them some time after I've posted

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