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    Quote Originally Posted by fmari --MariTool- View Post
    I dont know too much about the 1943 Heald.
    I'd probaly recommend something a little newer for you

    We have some applications where we use the same id grinding wheel to grind a 8deg tapered hole and then also a straight bore behind it. Must be done in one clamping to maintain concentricity.
    Yes, the nc ones can do that no problem. You're probably not going to go out and buy a new grinder tho, so kinda pointless.

    But for posterity sake, the Healds are really nice for ID work. REALLY nice.

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    I have wheels made by Sandusky-Chicago grinding wheels. They make them to order, and they've been a great company to deal with. You tell them your specs, and they will make them. My last order however for larger six inch wheels had about an 8 week lead time. I think their prices have been more than fair.

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    I have some wheels on order from Eagle, they are based in Chicago not far from me. Cubitron 60 grit, med hard. 5 week lead time. PM member Cash was nice enough to send me some ID grinding wheels that were collecting dust in his shop. Will work perfectly for a few of my applications.

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