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    When I made this video I was using a Grizzly grinder (2 X 72 belt sander). I did most of the profiling on the flat platten area of the grinder. Since this video was shot, and based on a recommendation from Camp10, I use the contact wheel for profiling. It seems to go much smoother - thanks Camp10.

    Another note - if you do not have a large grinder, using a small, inexpensive bench grinder or an angle grinder can be used.

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    [QUOTE=crashdive123;263568]When I made this video I was using a Grizzly grinder (2 X 72 belt sander). I did most of the profiling on the flat platten area of the grinder. Since this video was shot, and based on a recommendation from Camp10, I use the contact wheel for profiling. It seems to go much smoother - thanks Camp10.

    Anytime, my friend! Glad I was able to help someone.

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    Thanks for posting this. I may finally get my first real belt sander soon.
    I had a compass, but without a map, it's just a cool toy to show you where oceans and ice are.

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