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Early this past spring, I lucked out on getting a nice low-miles, real live Baldor buffer for a pretty decent price.
I've been using standard bench grinders for years, and while they work, there's sure times when I've
needed a bigger wheel, or more HP to cut stainless, or the longer shafts to get around a convoluted part.
I've wanted one of these for a while, but the new cost ($500 plus shipping) was daunting, and they rarely came up for sale up here.
Anyway, the seller included this basic, rough stand, which was a chunk
of 5" structural tubing with two chunks of plate rather badly welded to it.
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