Ive seen a few threads on here about building a camshaft grinder. I am kind of in the process of building one. I have a cincinnati #2 cutter grinder that I bought at an auction for 120.00. It has a really long table and I have an old neglected Sheldon lathe. My plan is to mount the sheldon lathe bed on top of the main table of the cutter grinder with a couple pillow block bearings. This will allow the lathe bed to rock in and out while grinding the cam. I plan to drive the lathe headstock with a 3 phase gear reduction motor that runs 40 rpm. Then put a vfd on it to be able to adjust the speed. I plan to make a dividing head to mount to the lathe spindle and this will also hold the master plates for grinding the cam. I am planning on making a follower wheel the same size as my grinding wheel to roll against the master plates and this will have bearings and mount to the grinder table under the lathe bed. The cam will be mounted between a dead center in the lathe spindle and the center in the lathe tailstock. I need to make a spring bracket to mount to the lathe bed on one end and to the grinder table on the other end to apply pressure to hold the rocking lathe bed against the master lobes while grinding. Any thoughts from guys who have built one?