That seems like a great price on the cbn wheels. Is the arbor hole odd sized?
They are definitely a non-standard size (ID and OD) compared to more common chain grinders.Grinding wheel: >>>3.145" OD, 0.630" ID, 0.14" thick
Depth Gauge wheel: 3.295" OD, 0.630" ID, 0.20" thick
Disclaimer: that's based on my skill with a caliper!
As far as I know, the 4+ (?) versions we have seen vary only in color. If one of the companies makes changes to the specs, i hope that they will let us know.Any differences though? i thought they were exactly the same model that can't handle skip or .063 gauge, etc
Some questions for @peak-industry :He is the representative of that company. I hope that he can provide more information on their products.
I provided @peak-industry a link to this thread, and some related ones on other forums, back when he joined. I do not have any direct interest in the sale of any of these units, but do in the availability of chain sharpening options for general use. If we, as end users, can help better things become available, we benefit.I provided her some feedback curated from this discussion (needs to support skip tooth and 0.063" chain) and provided a link to this thread.
We'll see what--if anything--happens next. Caution, opinion ahead: I feel like the current version is the only version we'll ever see...maybe we'll get 0.063" support, but that may be it.