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DELTA Getting Most Out of Your Abrasive & Sander Tools Book Manual

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Number of Pages: 40, printed 5.5″ x 8.5″

 

This is a reproduction, not a photocopy, of an original Delta Getting the Most Out of Your Abrasive Tools book. This is a complete handbook covering the use of abrasive tool operation in the home workshop with over two hundred photographic illustrations and line drawings. Please see index below.

 

I’ve reprinted some of these older books is because they have a lot of information with illustrations that get directly to the point.

 

This book is part of a series that we have on our site:
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR SHAPER
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR DRILL PRESS
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR LATHE
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR CIRCULAR SAW AND JOINTER
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR ABRASIVE TOOLS
GETTING THE MOST OUT OF YOUR BAND SAW AND SCROLL SAW

 
 

 

Index

CHAPTER ONE—ABRASIVE TOOLS
The Grinder-The Buffing Head-The Belt Sander-The Disk Sander-Sanding and

Grinding Attachments-Mounting Sanding Disks-Fitting Abrasive Sleeves Sand

ing Belts-Mounting Grinding Wheels………………………………………….4-6

CHAPTER TWO—ABRASIVES
Natural Abrasives—Artificial Abrasives—Grain Size-Grinding Wheels-Coated Abra
sives—Grinding Wheel Selection-Special Types of Abrasives……………………..7-8

CHAPTER THREE—OPERATING THE BELT SANDER
Surfacing-End Work-Sanding Inside Curves-Short Work-Use of Sanding Table-
Inside Corners-Circle Jigs-Tilting Fence-Pivoted Arm—Beveling Jig-Use of Forms….9-12

CHAPTER FOUR—OPERATING THE DISK SANDER
Freehand Sanding—Pivot Jigs—Rounding Corners—Pointing Dowels—Use of Miter
Gage—Grinding Metal—Large Work—Sanding with Pattern—Sanding to Width—Use
of Double Disk—Sanding Long Edges—Selection of Abrasive……………………..13-15

CHAPTER FIVE—GENERAL GRINDING
Safety Suggestions—Odd Jobs—Position of Tool Rest—Use of Guides…………………16

CHAPTER SIX—HOW TO SHARPEN TOOLS
General—Wood Chisels—Honing—Plane Irons—Wood Turning Tools—The Skew Chisel
-The Parting Tool—The Gouge—Lathe Tool Bits—Circular Saws—Mortising Chisels
-Grinding Jointer Knives—Setting Jointer Knives—Grinding Knives in Head……….17-22

CHAPTER SEVEN—GRINDING SHAPER CUTTERS
Rake Angle—Amount of Bevel—Projected Shape—Making a Knife—Use of Shaped
Wheels—Honing Knives…………………………………………………….23-24

CHAPTER EIGHT—GRINDING TWIST DRILLS
Point Angle—Lip Clearance—Drill Grinding—Web Thinning—Drill for Brass—Special
Grinding—Wheels for Drill Grinding………………………………………..25-27

CHAPTER NINE—BUFFING AND POLISHING
Polishing—Polishing Wheels—Setting Up—Concerning Glue—How to Polish—Buffing
—Strapping Belts—Buffing Compounds………….. …………………………..28-30

CHAPTER TEN—HOW TO USE SANDING DRUMS
Sanding Drums—Sanding on Lathe—Narrow-Face Drums—Sanding on Drill Press—
Pattern Sanding……………………………………….. ………………31-32

CHAPTER ELEVEN—HOW TO USE CUT-OFF WHEELS
General Use—Cutting Tubing—Cutting Solid Stock—Cutting-off on Grinder—Diamond
Blades—Cutting-off on Lathe………………………………………………33-34

CHAPTER TWELVE—MISCELLANEOUS ABRADING OPERATIONS
Tumbling—Spun Finish—Grinding Glass—Engine Finish — Internal Grinding — Other
Lathe Operations—Grinding Keyways—Surface Grinding—Grinding on Shaper—Sand-
ing on Band Saw—Sanding on Lathe………………………………………….35-38

APPENDIX
Abrasives and Abrasive Terms—Coated Abrasive Selection—Comparative Grain Sizes
—Grinding Wheel Selection—Wheel Speeds—Belt and Drum Speeds—Grinding Wheel
Speeds in R.P.M..................................................................39-40

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I have collected this information for many years and have found the information they contain to be priceless in using and setting up the machines properly. I believe this manual will be a valuable resource of knowledge that will provide a lot of helpful information that is often hard to find. My manuals are not photocopies. I maintain a high standard of quality in my reproductions. Most of the manuals I reproduce look better than their originals. I have professionally digitally edited every page, and removed stains, wrinkles and handwriting. All of the manuals are printed on thick white paper to withstand shop wear and tear.

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