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    Bob, he makes five a month. Wants to get up to...

    Bob, he makes five a month. Wants to get up to 20. Only has two hands. Benchtop lapper takes a tiny amount of space and is mostly self-tending. Throw five blanks on, three days later take them off...
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    Damn, Juergen ! Sometimes the obvious is too...

    Damn, Juergen ! Sometimes the obvious is too obvious, grazie ! Finally a real reason to buy a benchtop lapper. Stang, you oughta do this, it's perfect !
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    Don't listen to me, cuz I'm more of an id,...

    Don't listen to me, cuz I'm more of an id, cylindrical and form grinder, but I've always gone for about a 60. But with those kinds of grinding you are absolutely flooding the interface with coolant....
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    I gotta do something about the brain, it's going...

    I gotta do something about the brain, it's going downhill fast :(

    I would seriously look into Cubitron 2 wheels. Doing gear teeth they were MUCH faster, cut colder, accuracy better, in one job...
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    Good point ... ask the heat treater if he is...

    Good point ... ask the heat treater if he is quenching end-on or not. Doing shafts, having the heat treater suspend them from an end for quench makes a big difference to how straight they come out....
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    If you wanted to play around, you could make a...

    If you wanted to play around, you could make a little box, set two parallels across, lay the blade down on those then fill the box with wax up to almost the surface you want to grind.
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