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Help with a Beacon Star cab saw / polisher

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I picked up a used cab saw/polisher and was wondering where to get sanding belts for it their about 2.5 inches wide and 6 inches round,,on the end is a flat 6 inch disk polisher, sander...I'd like to know the best way to set this up..grit sizes and where to get the stones,belts,and disks for this...Thank you for any help you can give..

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Here's the saw

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I would try the rockazona guys on grand avenue and the 101 loop road but they are only open 2 days a week friday and saturday like maybe 9 am till high noon they have lots of parts for equipment and they always had the time to answer any questions i had about polishing rocks in a tumbler set up

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whoops i just read where you are from

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Your photo, didn't post, can you try again and also post the manufacture and model number.

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Having problems with the photo,sorry still working on posting it from a cell phone...It's a Beacon Star model#dbvme 6"...serial#100...it has a 6"cutting blade,2 grinding wheels, a rubber wheel (which holds a fine grit paper I guess)and a flat wheel at the end for a buffer pad or leather..

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Hope this works...

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Look up Kingsley North or Loritone. The both sell the belts. You might want three sizes 220, 400 and 600. You can also set up wider grinding stones on it.

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Thank you ...i'll start looking there.

I appreciate the help..

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Look up Kingsley North or Loritone. The both sell the belts. You might want three sizes 220, 400 and 600. You can also set up wider grinding stones on it.

http://www.kingsleynorth.com/

http://www.lortone.com/

search page with other lapidary suppliers.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Beacon+Star+model%23dbvme+6%22&oq=Beacon+Star+model%23dbvme+6%22&aqs=chrome..69i57&sourceid=chrome&es_sm=122&ie=UTF-8#q=lapidary+tools+supplies

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