Discussion in 'Pipes' started by ruffinogold, Mar 16, 2010.
Cool huh ....... http://i845.photobucket.com/albums/ab13/ruffinogold/Pipe Collection/001.jpg
Be really careful on vulcanite and briar, especially around nomenclature; a smaller diameter wheel may help.
I hear ya ... if it catches they go buy buy ! .... honestly though it does a hell of a job . I can lightly buff the final wax and make em glow like they're wet .... The trip compound I get now from PIMO and it seems to be milder than what I used to get from FGT . There's a few nomenclatures that aren't as visable as they used to be ... lol ... on an old dirty pipe [ i mean bad ] it can do a trick for sure
Just got a buffer on Sunday. 1850 rpm 8". Need to get washers to shim the arbor for 1" buffing wheels, but I've used it a little and it shined up my new estate Falcon quite well.
Very Very cool. As if I didnt still need a decent buffer for my knives now I need one for pipes also. I picked up a small Jet lathe this afternoon and almost broke down and got the buffer at the same time. I will probably regret not going for it.