The Multi Tool polishing station is an all inclusive tool for iron/wedge grinding and finishing the bottoms of thru-bore metal woods. The 2" x 36" belt features a rubber contact wheel positioned well away from the motor for ample working room. The Multi Tool comes with an installed 6" sisal wheel that when coupled with the correct compounds, Trizact belts and Scotchbrite finishing belts will produce a factory mirror finish on those hard to polish titanium drivers and stainless irons. The 115 volt, 1/3 HP motor provides 3600 rpm’s of motor speed which equates to over 5,000 rpm’s of belt speed.
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Can this be used to take the dark spotting off the face of my golf irons. My wedge especially from all the heavy use.
Asked by: Bill 052
If you have dark spots on the face of your irons I am guessing these are wear spots. If your irons are a forged chrome plated irons the dark spots are where you have worn through the chrome plating. This machine will remove the dark spots but it will also take away and chrome plating around these spots and can remove a lot of material if to much pressure is applied. Again if these are a chrome plated iron the proper way to do these is that the chrome plating would be removed first then the irons sanded and cleaned up and they would be replated with chrome. If you tell me which manufacture and model irons you have I can be more specific. You can email me at email@example.com.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-02-08
I am looking for a tool used to polish glasses
Asked by: Condos
The sanding wheel on the right side of this machine is a hard rubber wheel. This machine can be used to grind golf clubs. I do not picture it as something I could use to polish glasses. Possibly some of the wheels that are used on the left hand side of this machine could be used for polishing glasses, as well as some of the compounds. I am sorry but I am not familiar with the process for polishing glasses to know what you need for sure.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2017-01-16
Below someone asked which belts could be used for a satin finish on his TM TP irons. I guess my question is what options do people with irons similar to those or Mizuno MP blades that are chrome plated have for removing dents and dings?
Asked by: Sir_JJB
In my response to the questions about which belts for a satin finish on the TM TP irons I did say that these irons are chorme plated and that they would go through the chrome plating with these belts. There really is no option for a clean up with chrome plated heads. To do them properly the chrome plating would need to be removed, the nicks and dings removed and then rechrome plated. It is just the nature of the beast type of thing.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-08-17
I have gone to a single weight set of irons (head weights 286 grams 6-GW) . I want to keep my Piranha wedges ( 52,56,60) but want to get them the same weight which means reducing by their head weight about 14-16 grams.How can this be accomplished?
Asked by: Rick
You can grind 14 to 16 grams of weight off of any iron head fairly easily using the Jet grinder. Obviously this is a significant amount of weight. You are going to dramatically change the appearance of these wedges because you would have to grind the weight off of the back flange and toe area.
Answered by: Admin
Date published: 2016-04-16
what belt would i use for a satin finish on my talormade tour prefered irons i have some nicks to get rid of. I need to take out the nicks on the hosel and then blend in the satin finish Have you got a wheel or belt i can buy from you thanks west
Asked by: westy
Your Taylor Made Tour Preferred irons have a chrome plating and any wheel or belt that you use to remove nick and create a satin finish will go through the chrome plating and your irons would eventually rust. With satin finished chrome plated irons the satin finish is done first and then the chrome plating is put on and the chrome plating is a very thin coat.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-04-04
If one were refinishing a brass putter with the multi tool what is the proper sequence of usage from the most course to the finest (including the Norton sanding belts, the Trizac belts, and the Scotchbrite Belts)?
Asked by: silk
For a brass putter I would recommend the finest grit belts with all the different belts. Depending on the condition of the putter I might first start with the Nylon belts. If the putter is a little more dinged up I might start with the red nylon belt (medium) instead of initially using a sanding belt to see if the nylon belt will remove the dings. If it take to much pressure or time I would install a 220 grit sanding belt and use light pressure. Then switch to the Blue Nylon belt to smooth out the sanding marks and give it more of a satin finish. The Trizac belt is used mostly as part of the process to polish titanium but could be used on a putter to give it a little more smoother satin look. If you wanted more of a high polished finish on this brass putter you could use the Trizac belt then use either the White Nylon belt along with the white polishing compound or stitched buffing wheels. My goal in refinishing is to always remove the least amount of material necessary. If this is your first time doing a brass putter on this machine be patient and use light pressure.