TOOL BIT GRINDING #1 South Bend Atlas Lathe tubalcain

To access a complete listing of all my shop videos– click on this link. http://www.neme-s.org/Tubalcain/machine_shop_tips.htm Here’s how to grind a right ha…

Grinding HSS Lathe Tools - Part 3: Grinding a Threading Tool

In part 3 of this three-part series on grinding HSS lathe tools Barry Young of Bates Technical College in Tacoma WA walks us through the process of grinding …
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34 Responses to TOOL BIT GRINDING #1 South Bend Atlas Lathe tubalcain

  1. Kathryn Fasolo says:

    Greetings Mr. Pete, I am gratified to see that you are educating a new
    generation of machinists.
    The continuing outsourcing of this trade is very detrimental to the
    continued growth of our nation and destroying the manufacturing base.
    Without the knoledge that people like you are sharing, this trade may be
    lost forever.
    Thank you for providing these videos, not only are they informative, I, for
    one, find them most interesting. 

  2. Lefty lebowitz says:

    Another fantastic video by tubalcain – becoming an internet legend !!!
    Keep up the great work

  3. Selwyn Adelson says:

    Very helpful explanation of the geometry of cutting tools – ideal for a
    beginner

  4. blmeflmm66 says:

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, a 3d model is worth a million.
    Excellent visual aid. Thank you Sir.

  5. SIDDHARTH SHARMA says:

    thank you sir for very clear explanation

  6. greasydot says:

    I have the south bend book and read so many articles on tool grinding. I
    watch your video on a 2×2 block of wood and get it. Awesome instructions. 

  7. 01sigh says:

    very informative, thanks

  8. Dan B says:

    thanks I am glad that someone has taken the time to do some of these
    videos. That is no corses in my earea to go and learn so I have to figure
    it out or watch your videos.

  9. Spencer Evans says:

    I learned more in this 10 minute video than 3 hours in a Navy shop class.
    Thank you for clearing this up!

  10. Craig L says:

    Thank you, Sir; this is all of the stuff I’d long forgotten and a lot more.
    Much appreciated!

  11. John Ragozzino says:

    Thanks Pete. Very useful video.

  12. João Goedert says:

    Nice tutorial mrpete. I enjoyed and profited from it very much.

  13. robcas631 says:

    Using a large model helps tremendously! Thanks a lot!

  14. Matt Grabeel says:

    Thank you MrPete! Your videos have saved me a ton of time in learning and
    relieved a lot of frustration! 

  15. Tim Drinkard says:

    Thanks so very much for your videos. You are an inspiration to any one
    wanting to be educated in machine work. Keep the coming! I dont think you
    will ever run out of subject matter as this field is so broad and diverse.
    I took Machine Shop in high school about 44 years ago and loved it but
    couldnt make a living at it in this area. I have just retired and bought a
    10″ and a 15″ lathe and am learning so much from you and refreshing up on
    trade practice now. 

  16. Thomas Sokol says:

    I enjoy all your videos, and this one was especially helpful. After reading
    a lot about tool grinding, I was still fuzzy until seeing your
    demonstration with the big model. Thanks!

  17. John Sedovic says:

    I really was impressed with the way you showed the people how to do the
    sharpening and making of a tool with wooden blocks.. Very nice job.

  18. Abu7929 says:

    Thanks mate fantastic video, definitely cleared it up a bit for me, hoping
    upon searching your channel I’ll find similar tutorials with respect to
    other tools

  19. Highland Park Dance says:

    Thanks for the video.

  20. SharonChuck Hutchings says:

    Enjoy your videos.Is there a way to search video list?

  21. todd barrett says:

    Love your videos. Thank you

  22. John Scott says:

    Thank you so much for posting your vid and making those wooden tool models
    (as I am house bound due to serve pysical dissability) and love learning
    machine info. Besides electronics learning machining/tool grinding etc is
    my only reason to get up every day.
    

  23. Mike Terhune says:

    Great! I like all the videos.

  24. Rich Eaton says:

    Tubalcain – Thank you soooo much for taking the time to make these videos
    and for sharing your years of experience with us. You’ve taught me so much.
    Metalworking has become my passion. “Iron sharpens iron, and one man
    sharpens another”. – Proverbs 27:17 . Thanks for sharpening me!

  25. Ben Chaloupka says:

    Excellent video

  26. Stephan Buys says:

    Not the same angle for Metric as Imperial: Metric is 60 degrees included
    angle, as opposed to 55 degrees Imperial.

  27. Bad Dog says:

    So is the top rake needed if you aren’t using the angled tool bit holder
    and how many degrees are the left and right sides? Thanks.

  28. BrushCountryJamboree says:

    what about reliving the the backside of a soldered cutting tool to sharpen
    it w/ a silicon carbide grinding wheel

  29. HotAire says:

    Barry Finally a simple video after watching I KNOW how to grind tool bits!
    Have watched many others including Tubalcain’s who explains most things
    perfectly BUT was not Sure about toolbit sharpening when finished. NOW I
    AM! Thanks Charlie PS: I’m NOT telling Tubalcain 8=} .

  30. robcas631 says:

    I am now 100% clear on how to grind a threading tool. Great video!

  31. outsidescrewball says:

    Barry, these tool bit vids and your drill bit sharpening vid are the best
    and most informative, thank you!

  32. robert simpson says:

    Great demonstration. I need to get a bigger grinder. Thanks. I won’t say
    anything to Tubalcain either.

  33. m4gunner25 says:

    Great video! That was the easiest, straight to the point video on youtube.
    thanks!

  34. justlookingsteve says:

    is it the same tool for metric and imperial ??

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