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    Beautiful solution.

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    Amazzazzing... very cool.
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    IIRC, John Marcus was also making the little McDonald rolling mill for a while. The bad news is that he seems to have dropped off the face of the earth (or at least off of the Fogg forum) about 2 years ago (someone mentioned "problems") and I don't know if he is back, alive or what have you.

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    say's he is still alive, but hasn't posted in a year.
    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

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    this is thereall best way to go abutit (at some point i might get around to building something like it
    http://forums.dfoggknives.com/index.php?showtopic=15046

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    But it doesn't prevent one from having to buy belts all the time. Not to mention it ain't cheaper. If you can't fabricate all those parts and especially the wheels, those get $$$.

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    Eamon you can have a piece of stone water jetted to your spec, probably for a lot less than $5,000, go to a cemetary monument place and place an order, have an arbor/mandrel made and get a 10 HP veriable speed motor and your good to go.lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    Eamon you can have a piece of stone water jetted to your spec, probably for a lot less than $5,000, go to a cemetary monument place and place an order, have an arbor/mandrel made and get a 10 HP veriable speed motor and your good to go.lol
    When Eamon kicks the bucket, he can have his headstone made into a grindstone and his apprentice can use it.
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    OMG how did I not think of that???


    OK so it's settled. When I die, I want my headstone to have a coarse and fine stone built into the top of it, and my descendants(or anyone, really) can use it. I might even put some instructions on the back of the headstone. That'd be awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurkeCutlery View Post
    OMG how did I not think of that???


    OK so it's settled. When I die, I want my headstone to have a coarse and fine stone built into the top of it, and my descendants(or anyone, really) can use it. I might even put some instructions on the back of the headstone. That'd be awesome!
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