How To Build Better Lapidary Equipment, Book Of Plans

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  • Sold Date: Jun 21, 2009
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How To Build Diamond Trim Saws, Large Sized Diamond Drop Saws, A Jamb Peg Faceting Unit, Vibrating Tumblers, Giant Rock Saws For Cutting Decorative Tiles and Facings, Great Flat Laps, Bench Grinders, A Portable and Trouble Free water source for all Lapidary Operations, and much more. This Self Published book is comprised of five plan sets which have consistently sold for 20 dollars each over the last three years or so, plus one plan set usually priced at 10 dollars, PLUS quite a few trix and tips concerning other bench tools, methodology, and efficiency in the Lapidary Shop which have never been offered before, including the plans for a drop saw and a jamb peg facetor. These plan sets have been entirely redone with computer drawings and rewrites to the text which incorporate new information from R & D over the last three years. The book is over 45 pages of cut-and-dried and easy-to-understand How To Build Better Lapidary Equipment information, which will save the buyer THOUSANDS of dollars in equipment costs. I have many many happy customers who have purchased this information as individual plan sets, and do not even consider the cost of the plans themselves, because of the money they saved. Now, you can possess the entire inventory of plan sets as the book How To Build Better Lapidary Equipment, by Bill Gallagher, for a savings of over half, and with this information you can set up a full service lapidary shop for literally pennies on the dollar. With this information you can go into production, if you desire. My diamond saw plans are the easiest, safest, and most effective plans for this type of equipment anyw The Vibrating Tumbler plans introduce a whole new way of achieving vibratory energy for abrasion, and unlike so many of the manufactured competitions machines, my design lasts and lasts and lasts. AND it is a lot simpler than anything out t Over 3 years of long-hours and self-financed R & D went into that design, and it is a better way. The Flat Laps and Bench Grinders are two good chapters with three or four different designs for the grinders, some mine, some gotten from seeing old timers machines. The Giant Rock Saw is a machine I had only heard about 15 years ago, but I built one about 4 years ago, and it worx. These plans tell how to make the Giant Rock Saw, as well as my improvements made to the basic idea. The only thing not in the book is a facetor plan set, and that is because you would need a machine shop to build a facetor, was all the machines included can be built from salvaged parts and lumber easily, safely, and with very little hassle, and they WORK well for a LONG time! is the Table of Contents: I. How To Build A 6" 8" or 10" Diamond Saw II. How To Build A Better Vibrating Tumbler III. How To Build A Flat Laps for Grinding Sanding Polishing IV. How To Build Bench Grinders From Old Car Parts V. How To Build A Giant Rock Saw VI. Danny Lopackis Trouble Free and Portable Water Source For ALL Lapidary VII. Abrasion Theory and Application VIII. Lapidary Shop Tips, Mounting Motors, Motor Attachments, Stone Holders and Jewelers Vise You Can Make Easily, Obtaining Free Abrasives, Best Supplier Info, MORE. IX. Build a nice large sized slabbing diamond blade drop saw. Excellent and easy design. Perfect for many things, including splitting geodes, preforming sps, slabbing larger sized materials. Save big dollars by building this awesome saw. X. NEW! Bill Gallaghers design for a jamb peg faceting unit, featuring the innovation you have come to expect. Gems are judged by eye appeal and gem quality. Very few if any gemologists actually measure the angles and degrees of a faceted gem, they want to see bright color in their eye, and that is 99% of making a stone more valuable. Faceting in America has become a rich mans sport, and suffered the ultimate consequence of all inbreeding -- America has fallen behind. People who have used jamb peg facetors include most of the orient, and those folks not only cut world class commercial stones by the zillions daily, they also cut award win...