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    Default What’s missing from this B&S grinding fixture?

    If you can post a pic of a complete one, I’d appreciate it. Any literature? What’s proper name?
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    This is a grinding wheel dresser for forming and trueing a radius on the grinding wheel.

    By adjusting the slide you can set the radius of the arc and can do both concave and convex arcs.

    It looks complete with the exception of the T nuts and bolts for mounting to the table of the cylindrical or universal grinding machine. It accepts a diamond tip dressing tool in the top part of the arm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveStallings View Post
    This is a grinding wheel dresser for forming and trueing a radius on the grinding wheel.

    By adjusting the slide you can set the radius of the arc and can do both concave and convex arcs.

    It looks complete with the exception of the T nuts and bolts for mounting to the table of the cylindrical or universal grinding machine. It accepts a diamond tip dressing tool in the top part of the arm.
    What he said, but it's also missing the stops for the angle protractor.

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    Thanks, I’ll put it next to the B&S Univ. no. 1. If anyone has a photo of the device complete with the angle stops, I’d like to see it. But replacing their function, not their form, sounds like childs’ play.
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    Brochure on #1 Universal from 1935

    http://vintagemachinery.org/pubs/2185/18320.pdf

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