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A New Cover For My Polishing Wheel

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« on: January 26, 2014, 01:46:16 pm »

Good idea.  Commercial lapidary equipment can be really expensive, especially cab machines and slab saws.  I would love to build a cab machine or at least specify the design so that it overcomes a few shortcomings of the commercial machines.  I would like one that does not leak water from the trim saw and i also like the individual drip lines for each wheel.  I understand that the Genie was designed to work in dry areas or places where water lines are not available, but they could still offer a water hookup kit as an accessory.  I know i can piece one together myself, and that Kingsley North has water kit equipped units, but it would be nice for them to offer one at a reasonable price.  So yes, start a new thread for designing lapidary equipment that is reasonable and relatively easy to self produce.

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