Worden Tool and Cutter Grinder

{N.B. - also posted to the Model Engineering mailing list}
Gentlefolk,
I've just purchased the kit for the Worden Tool and Cutter grinder. Has
anyone here built one, and if so do they have any advice, warnings etc.
to offer ?
Also, I have a vague recollection of seeing a write-up on building this
kit in one of the comics some time ago, but I can't find it now - can
anyone point me in the right direction ?
TIA.
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Bob Unitt
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MEW Vol 71 2001 Building project by Sheppard MEW Vol 77 2001 Updating the Worden by Giles Parkes MEW Vol 104 2005 Dust containment by Whetren -- Regards,
John Stevenson Nottingham, England.
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In article , John Stevenson writes
Excellent ! - Thanks, John.
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Bob Unitt
I can't think of any problems building one awhile back. Somewhere I have on file scans of the MEW articles John Stevenson refers to. Please let me know if you need them, either by Email or post.
Dick Gays, Leicester, UK
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Dick Gays
Dick,
In article , Dick Gays writes
I tried to e-mail you at the above address, but it bounced with a '550 MAILBOX NOT FOUND' error.
Thank you for your kind offer, and could you please send the files to me at 'bobunitt(at)gotadsl(dot)co(dot)uk'; maximum e-mail size is 20 Mbtyes.
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Bob Unitt
Hi, reference to the Worden for drill sharpening is also listed in ME
No64, I have recently completed the Worden and find it works fine fo all my lathe/shaper tools and I am now looking at sharpening othe tools like milling cutters etc. Don (UK
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Don Kitson
In article , Don Kitson writes
Thanks for the encouragement.
As a matter of interest, ref another thread in this ng: how did you produce the 3" by 3/4" hole in the cast iron Sliding Block ?
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Bob Unitt
In message , Bob Unitt writes
AFAIR - mark hole position and deep centre (with centre drill in drilling m/c) put in the four-jaw chuck and true up. progressive drill to 47/64" ream at 3/4"
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Mike H
In article , Mike H writes
O.K., thanks.
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Bob Unitt

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