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Outlaw 2x72 grinder came today

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  1. Cowcatcher

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    This isn't really gun related but we've got several workin folks around here that might be interested in seeing this I figured. I started lookin at em a few months ago and the videos/info is scarce. I ordered this around the first of December and UPS brought it today. I sure look forward to using it. I assembled and messed with it just a little this evening. It's got several attachments and configurations and can be run vertical or horizontal. Also sprung for the Kbac vfd so I have variable speed.
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    I need to build a table and attachment hangers like the ones in this video now.
     
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    Awesome belt sander. I've seen some of the knife makers use one of the smaller models. What are you targeting as a project with it?
     
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    Bits, spurs, maybe some knives and who knows what else. You know the foreman and I spend lots of time in the shop when it's cold. Heck, the small wheel attachment in the last picture will be handy for saddling pipe when we build gates. I've got small wheels from 1/2" dia to 2" dia so they outta notch a perfect saddle in those size ranges.
     
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    If it wasn't for shop equipment/machines would there be guns ?
     
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    That's the MEANEST belt sander I ever laid my eyes on.. Does it do manicures and pedicures ?
     
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    It doesn't discriminate! It grinds/sands whatever you can feed it.
     
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    You ever do a pipe saddle with a chop saw ? Mine ain't half bad..
     
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    I call monster BS... (Belt Sander) :D

    Too bad we ain't neighbors. :drunk2:
     
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    I have. Honestly I've cut so many with a torch they fit pretty nice. But, if your cutting saddle in plastic or lined oilfield pipe chopsaw is best. I've been puking sick several times breathing that green smoke.
     
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