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Flat Lap Project

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« on: February 21, 2016, 11:33:38 am »

Last week i have started with a new project. A big flat lap The little blue

Total spended so far:
Engine: 130 euro

Metal work:
7 x 1mm 800mm disk
1 x 3mm 800mm disk
250 euro
Wooden frame: 20 euro
Metal parts screws and suck 50 euro
Paint: 30 euro



I did the paint job my self and didnt work out great. But it wil not rust so thats good!

Tomorrow i wil add bearings to suport the plate and finish the machine
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« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2016, 06:33:05 pm »

Cool! are you going to use the magnetic laps?  A friend and I Bought a 12" [ .30 m ] lap at a auction for $400.00  [360. euro ]
It came with the laps from 100 grit to 600 grit and a felt for polishing.
 let us know how it works.  yippie
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