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I love my Coote..Its built like a tank but the two wheel design leave something to be desired when knife making,,You cant look down on your work and with a lot of grinding pressure the belt can move..just an inherent problem with two wheel designs..Its a great grinder and with practice you can mkae just as nice a knives on it as you can a KMG but the learning curve is a …

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Step pulleys are fine and get some link belt. Bossdog here at Midwest Knife makers supply sells it. I also recommend at least a 1 1/2 hp motor, at the 1750 or 1800 RPMs You want torque, not just speed. You want a stable platform to minimise vibration. One trick is to build the Coote in your shop right up against a reinforced stud in the wall.

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238. Oct 19, 2005. #4. Since I mostly make Bowies, I use a 4X36 most of the time, and am about to get a 6X48. So my Cootes is set up for smaller blades and finishing - it's a 2X48". If you mainly use yer Cootes for grinding a …

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Anybody grinding with a Coote? If so, Id really like to see your setup. This is my first grinder. I spent a long time trying to decide between the Coote and a higher priced grinder, but after much consideration on needs and cost, and Mr. Cootes helpfulness and excellent communication, I decided t...

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Something has to give, though. I'm sick of trying to grind blades with an angle grinder. It takes forever to clean it up with files. I can get away with it on regular smithing projects, but it sure would be handy!

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To do SLACK BELT grinding on the COOTE can you just use the portion of the belt above the platen. Or is there some reason that doesn,t work well ?? Patrickknives. Joined Dec 13, 2006 Messages 2,415. Sep 14, 2009 #17 I have a coote and it works really well, I use a 1.5 hp motor at 1725 rpm. I got my step pullies from Grainer.

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Joined. Nov 30, 2005. Messages. 1,023. Apr 19, 2006. #3. I have been using a Coote for 13 years or so and I mean use, every fab or grinding job that comes along. I have ground out around 800 blades (profile and hollow grind) and it still is in great shape. it is the only grinder I have and don't anticipate needing to replace for a ...

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I have a Coote belt grinder with a low angle attachment so I can get the “correct†angle on the secondary bevel (e.g. 25 degrees for a hunting knife). As the last step when finishing a knife, I use a Lansky sharpening system with an …

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The Coote doesn't come with a motor so you can put on the kind of moter you want or have. I think that you can put a belt and step pulleys in order to control the speed. You can set the drive mechinism up how ever you want.

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The 220V motor will be more powerful then an equivalent 110V motor, less prone to overheating, will last longer and, is probably cheaper to run. Yes, it will cost more initialy to get an electrician to run a line to the garage but, in the long run, this …

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Aug 28, 2019. #2. Current new price is listed as $540.00, and being a Coote, which is a brand that tends to hold it's value fairly well. IF all is good as far as bearings good. straight shafts, etc. $400.00 or less would be a good deal. Now, that being said, think about the additional cost of a motor, belt, wiring, etc.

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Coote 2 x 72 inch belt grinder for sale. £600 - Collection only but I am willing to discuss meeting you part way depending on where you are. Just noticed, I didn't fit the screws that hold the knife rest for the contact wheel in these pictures. I do have them! Features and included: 10 inch rubber contact wheel.

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I made a grinding bench with a water oak top and bolted the coote and motor to it. I use a big door hing and a piece of 1" thick oak to mount the motor to, the hing lets me keep contastant tension on the belt and makes it easy to up or lower speed on the step pullies. The Coote is probably the best bang for the buck out there.

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238. Oct 19, 2005. #4. Since I mostly make Bowies, I use a 4X36 most of the time, and am about to get a 6X48. So my Cootes is set up for smaller blades and finishing - it's a 2X48". If you mainly use yer Cootes for grinding a 72" is probably best. …

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The GIB is lazer cut from 1/2" plate. I think that you would be better off getting a GIB unless you have a good method of cutting the parts from 1/2" plate. Most who are making knives really appreciate the veriable speed obtained by using a VFD and the multi wheel type grinder as oppossed to a Grizzly, Coote, Kalamazo or other 2 wheel grinder.

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The Coote is a good workable grinder for a moderate price. The KMG is a top of the line grinder for a little more. You will grinder better and make better knives faster if you get the KMG. If you're not planning on making many knives then I'd go based on price, but if you plan on doing much grinding the small difference in cost is worth it.