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Gradually they learned to sharpen the edges of the stone as the human evolution process progressed. Simple and rough tools instantaneously evolved to knife blades of contemporary times. But, the process of evolution underwent through various time conditions and these are done through sheer hard labour. Modern machinery has developed the belt grinder machine to make better tools and blades, and take craftsmen and professionals to a whole other level.
Belt grinding is the processing of metals through a machine, with the aid of abrasives, to derive a polished and smooth finish. There are several belt grinding machines available on the market. One of the more popular belt grinders among these is the KMG grinder.
It has arguably become the benchmark of the knife making business because of its superior proficiency. Aside from its time tested dependability it is also one of the most affordable professional grade grinders being offered in the market. An off shoot from Bader BIII, the KMG grinder is a rock solid built machine which can be used with a great variation of accessories as compared to other ordinary machines. What makes this even more appealing is that you can order it according to your required configurations, size and other custom modifications.
Not to mention that Beaumont Metal Works has a very accommodating personnel, such Mr. Rob Frink himself. Now that is a real great package deal!
The accessories, optional attachments, motor and pulleys can be purchased individually. All are being sold separately from the main unit. Creative minds and monetary conscious knife smiths are inspired by the superb KMG grinder design.
They find it uncomplicated and quite easy to assemble. They can even look out for the best value spare parts in accordance to their needs.
Beaumont Metal Works is more than glad to give a helping hand to blade smiths who want to build their very own KMG inspired grinder. It presents specific and step by step method of coming up with a great blade grinder imaginable.
All materials needed are completely enumerated and the pictures shown are very impressive. Illustrations and diagrams are likewise conscientiously presented. It is very accessible and easy to comprehend and is done in an unselfish and generous way, as they are sharing such important information.
It is highly recommended for its proven quality yet economical quality, which means you are getting a tough and durable machine at a reasonable cost. It is almost too good to be true. But rave reviews and testimonials from satisfied users give evidence to this. Below is an excerpt from the Kmg review article by Mr. This is being reproduced and reprinted for the purpose of presenting credible and plausible review for this amazing blade grinder machine.
It is more heavy duty than any other grinder on the market. The craftsmanship is outstanding, and Rob Frink is one of the best folks to work with that you will ever find. I am one of those people who wants things in the shop just so so, and the modifications that I did were to suit my preferences. If you are looking for a grinder that is smooth, quiet, and built to withstand the test of time, I suggest you look into the KMG grinders. I predict that with the type of customer service he offers, and the quality of machines he builds, Rob Frink and the KMG will be at the top of the Knifemaking Grinder market within a short time!
There are also postings of these blade grinders for sale in the internet. Just take a closer look at the dates of posting. Many entrepreneurial souls who make quality KMG grinder clones are selling their products also through the internet.
KMG Grinder Review: Knifes, Clones, Parts, Plans And For Sale Guide