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Finally got a chance to film/edit with my sony action cam i got half a year ago.  Did this shot in 120fps, and I happy with smoothness, but I need to get some better quality.

 

Anyways, I love this little Reichmann, its a sweet unit for so many reasons.  Cheers!

 

 

post #2 of 9
Chenzo, does that model run a belt or a polishing wheel?
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Dem sparks be a flying!

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It's running a belt - I have five different abrasives for it, in a couple grits each.

 

I am curious about the polishing wheel model, it looks to be the same chassis, but it should have some sort of stone dresser??  I'd ask the svst guys, but I don't like to waste their time on trivial stuff.

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The polishing wheel models do have a dresser. I have the polishing wheel for base edge on my Reichmann DTS-U, but I think it would be interesting to try in a manual stand alone unit like the KSM for base and side. Reichmann makes awesome machines.
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Nice, I would like to have a dts-u or a htt-2000 to complete my quiver of machines.  I'm not sure you would be happy with using a ksm for base edge.  Mine is an older model, and the base edge guide is a bit cumbersome to use, perhaps the new models have a better guide.  

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time trials tonight with nightmare tunes

 

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Originally Posted by Chenzo View Post

Nice, I would like to have a dts-u or a htt-2000 to complete my quiver of machines.  I'm not sure you would be happy with using a ksm for base edge.  Mine is an older model, and the base edge guide is a bit cumbersome to use, perhaps the new models have a better guide.  



I'm not familiar with the htt-2000. I assume its Montana? What does it use for edge tuning - belts, discs, polishing wheels? Does it do base and side edge accurately?
post #9 of 9
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Ya the htt system is montana, it does base edge only, and is used in the robots as well.  Its a diamond dressed, ceramic finish that leaves a mirror polish on the base edge.  It is really easy to keep in tune, which makes it consistently accurate.  It does a better base edge than the green machines IMO.

 

http://www.montana-international.com/en/technology/tuning/

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