Just got back from Las Vegas from watching the World Cup Equestrian Show Jumping. While i was there i decided to visit a wood working shop called Tool Barn and look around to see what they had. The Powermatic and Jet Reps were at the shop so i thought i lucked out on getting to meet them and ask questions. I was wrong as they were there to promote and sell machines more then being able to answer any technical questions but still a nice store. I did get to see the Oneway outboard setup and it is a very solid pc. of equipment - sturdy-strong-solid etc - very nice
I talked to the salesman there that told me that had a special on grinders (which i don't really need as i have a Jet wet grinder and a standard little bench grinder), tool handles, and gouges. The gouges were a poor selection and pricing would be better on the web so i skipped that.
Long story short i bought a Oneway handle (pic below) and i bought the slow tool grinder-Delta - (Pic below) and a vari-grind jig. They were out of the Wolverine itself but i ordered it online later that day.
The Handle was really not much of a deal at $45.00 but I needed another sturdy long handle. The grinder he offered me was the floor model (last one) at $125.00.
Now waiting on the Wolverine to arrive to setup a sharpening station which i do need for rough grinding and creating edges.
Not sure what kind of wood the bowl is in the picture but if anyone knows please let me know.........
Ill be writing more soon with questions on setting up the Wolverine and grinding edges..........thanks to all for listening............Dan