Wellington Daily News - Wellington, KS
  • How to Build a Grinding Station

  • Easily accessible and adjustable for any project
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  • To make working with his grinder easier, Club member Stewart Bush of Woodbine, Maryland, created an adjustable grinding workstation. He started with a scrap of laminate countertop, through which he cut two opposing slots for the grinderís mounting bolts. The slots allow Stewart to adjust the position of the grinder to better accept long workpieces in his small shop, and because the workstation is mounted directly to the wall, thereís no base cabinet to get in his way when heís working up close. Brought to you by: American Profile - Inspirational Stories & American History
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