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WEN BG4270T 10 英寸双向水冷湿/干磨刀系统
- 采用 10 英寸 220 砂砾磨石和 8 英寸皮磨轮
- 115 RPM 在磨刀过程中提供*大精度
- 通用夹具支持与各种配件兼容,包括 WEN 42704B 磨刀套件
使用 WEN 10 英寸双向水冷干湿磨削系统打造已知的最锋利的边缘。 拥有一个 10 英寸 x 2 英寸 220 砂砾湿磨刀石和 8 英寸 x 1-1/8 英寸的皮革磨脚轮,您将拥有让沉闷的工具恢复生机所需的一切。 重型1.6A电机以115转速安静地旋转车轮,以最大精度在运行过程中实现最大精度。 一旦边缘美观锐利,使用附带的研磨剂抛光并抛光皮轮表面。 使钝的刀片、木凿、雕刻工具、剪刀、螺丝刀、车床工具、轴等复苏。 只需轻轻一按开关即可逆转旋转方向,以满足任何任务的需求。 通用支撑架可适应水平和垂直位置,使夹具和其他配件可以与机器一起使用。 这款 WEN 10 英寸(约 25.4 厘米)湿/干磨刀器还包括角度指南、高度可调的水槽,以及用于研磨刨花刀片和凿子的夹具。 该 WEN 42704B 4 件套磨刀配件套件还可用于其他刀片样式。 提手方便携带,安装支架与坚固的底座相结合,防止在操作过程中行走和晃动。 此外,由于它是一款 WEN 产品,您的 10 英寸干湿磨刀系统享有两年质保,一个由熟练服务技术人员组成的全国网络和友好的客户电话线。
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1. The machine is not cheaply made as I feared it would be. It’s a solid, weighty piece of machinery. I have never used a Tormek system so I cannot compare the quality of the two, but the Wen product impresses out of the box.
2. The idea of wet sharpening appealed to my impatient nature; I’ve been known to blue a tool or two over the years using other methods, including my Worksharp 2000. What I did not realize, though, is that this wet/slow stone method would require a lot of fiddling and adjusting to get a precise edge. After truing up the stone (using the $100 Tormek accessory I bought for this purpose) filling the tank again and again (as the stone drank up the water on the first use), adjusting the holding bar at the correct position to produce a 25 degree bevel, getting the chisel adjusted to sit 90 degrees to the stone in the little carriage (and having to readjust several times), then working the tool on the stone until it was hollow ground, I had wasted far more time than I had planned for this trial run. Granted, there is a learning curve for this type of system and were I to learn the process and master the shortcuts to getting it done punctually, I’m sure it would cut significantly off the time I spent. But still being basically lazy and impatient, it made me appreciate jamming the tool up the slot of my Worksharp (that sounded a little dirty!) and taking a few swipes on my 8000 grit water stone.
3. Sharpening is messy no matter what you do, so the little slop that resulted from the Wen was no big deal. I hate to admit, though, that it never occurred to me that the water reservoir would need to be emptied after each use so that the stone doesn’t sit with one side in the water and the other drying out resulting in it becoming too lopsided weight-wise to run. Again, for the lazy and disorganized like me who want to sharpen a chisel then go back to work only to find myself wanting to sharpen, say, a plane iron half an hour later, this would become an issue. If you’re the type who sharpens all your tools promptly at 9 AM ever Tuesday and Friday morning, great. This works for you. My garage shop doesn’t have running water, either, which exacerbates this problem.
4. After all my effort on my first chisel, the result came out slightly skewed. Why, I’m not sure. I think the holding bar may not have been perfectly parallel to the stone face. I later tried a plane iron and tried to account for this misalignment, but it came out slightly skewed as well. I’ve since noticed that the carriage thing that slides back and forth on the bar may not be quite true. It's made of stamped metal with one end (where one of the holes that slide over the bar is located) is bent 90 degrees... but it’s not. It looks more like it’s 80 degrees or so. If this proves to be the problem it would be a quick fix—but I don’t suspect many Tormek buyers find themselves doing this, but then again I paid a fraction of what the did.
My final conclusions are this: This is a great buy for those who have the temperament for it. It is a great discount machine for those want to get it set up, trued, balanced, and tweaked. It's just too finicky for someone like me. I wish I had spent the extra $50 and gotten the Worksharp 3000. But, I’ll keep the Wen around as I’m just getting into turning and I think this method may work well with lathe gouges. Of course that requires another $120 investment in a grinding jig. Nobody tell my wife.
I was really surprised how solid it was built. Reverse is a nice option to have. You can decide wether the stone is on the right or left.
I removed the leather polish wheel to be able to use more stone before having to change due to stone diameter lettering knife handles bump into strop wheel. Tormek design uses the polishing wheel as a drive wheel so changing stones more often is needed. The support bar and chisel holder are very poorly made. Chisel holder needs to be bent into adjustment to be able to use. Tormek tools are far better.
All that said wen’s grinder is a bargain!
Update- I just retired my tormek due to needing parts and I decided to replace it since I have not had a problem with the wen.
Possibly the stone wheel is not as true as the Tormek wheels? It was a bit off at first and did take a few sharpenings for the wheel to even out. This could be addressed by forcing the work-supporting rod at a slight angle but I just let the sharpenings dress the wheel.
From day 1, the WEN grinder does make a grinding gear kind of noise while rotating, which was surprising. I don't know if thats good or bad. Anyway its been working in our company for 5 months now and still working great.
All in all it allowed me to jump into sharpening drill bits at a low price and I would purchase again.