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Our 6" Lapidary Cabochon Cabbing Grinder, meticulously engineered for precision grinding and polishing in the glass, ceramic, crystal, and superhard material industries. Featuring a sturdy 5/8" stainless steel shaft with ball bearings, thermal protected 3/4HP motor, and durable 304 stainless steel hood, this machine ensures reliability and longevity. The standout feature is its adjustable drip water system with 8 shut off valves for each wheel, ensuring consistent cooling and lubrication for smoother grinding and polishing . With a versatile shaft design and compatibility with silicon carbide or diamond wheels, it offers flexibility for various materials. Compared to other lapidary Cabbing machines, our 6" Grinder boasts a larger workspace and a more powerful motor, providing exceptional value and performance. Includes multiple accessories for different grits and applications, making it ideal for professionals and hobbyists alike in a range of industries.

Unwavering Reliability and Power:

  • Built to Last:  Experience unwavering reliability with a robust build. Featuring a 5/8" stainless steel shaft with ball bearings, a thermally protected 3/4HP motor, and a durable 304 stainless steel hood, this machine thrives in demanding environments.

  • Superior Power:  Effortlessly conquer challenging materials with the industry-leading 3/4HP motor. This powerhouse delivers exceptional grinding and polishing performance, ensuring you can bring your creative vision to life.

Enhanced Control and Efficiency:

  • Precision Cooling:  Maintain optimal performance with the adjustable drip water system. Eight shut-off valves for each wheel allow you to fine-tune the cooling and lubrication for specific materials, resulting in smoother, more efficient grinding experiences.

Unmatched Versatility:

  • Adaptable to Your Needs:  Don't be limited by your tools. This Grinder accepts a wide range of wheels and drums, including silicon carbide, diamond, and rubber expandables. This adaptability allows you to tackle a vast array of materials with a single machine.

  • Spin-On Compatibility:  The shaft is tapped for a ¼-20 spin-on polish head and a 1/2" aluminum lap or diamond facet laps, expanding your application possibilities.

Standing Out from the Competition:

This 6" Lapidary Cabochon Cabbing Grinder surpasses competitors like the Cab King lapidary , EZ Cab, Lortone, and Diamond Pacific models in several ways:

  • Larger Work Area:  Maximize your efficiency with a spacious work surface that allows you to comfortably handle bigger projects.

  • Exceptional Value:  This feature-rich machine delivers exceptional value for its quality and capabilities, making it a smart investment for both professionals and hobbyists.

In Conclusion:

The 6" Lapidary Cabochon Cabbing Grinder is a versatile and powerful solution for professionals and hobbyists alike. Its robust construction, superior power, and adjustable water system ensure unmatched performance and control across a wide range of lapidary and grinding applications. Invest in this exceptional Grinder and experience the confidence that comes with tackling any project with precision and efficiency.


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Q: What is a cab machine?

Creating jewelry and lapidary art requires special equipment, including a cabbing machine. It allows you to carve gemstones with a smooth dome shape, which can be used for necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and more!
Q: What is the difference between lapidary and gem cutting?
The process of cutting and polishing gems is called gemcutting or lapidary, while a person who cuts and polishes gems is called a gemcutter or a lapidary (sometimes lapidarist). Gemstone material that has not been extensively cut and polished is referred to generally as rough.
Q: What is lapidary equipment?
Rock Tumblers One of the essential lapidary accessories in your workshop is a tumbler. Two types of tumblers exist: rotated and vibrational, but both serve the same function of polishing and rough stones. Rotary tumblers are barrel-shaped and slowly rotate, using other rocks and abrasives to polish the interior stones.
Q: What does cabbing mean?
Cabbing is the process of making cabochons, or “cabs” for short. It also happens to be the most popular form of gem cutting. Cabbing gets its popularity because anyone can master this lapidary art. With the right equipment and a little creativity, you'll find that cabbing is very self-rewarding.
Q: What does a faceting machine do?
A faceting machine is broadly defined as any device that allows the user to place and polish facets onto a mineral specimen. Machines can range in sophistication from primitive jamb-peg machines to highly refined, and highly expensive, commercially available machines.
Q: How do you cut gemstones at home for beginners?
If you prefer to hand-cut your gemstones, you can use tools like a trim saw, a cabochon machine, or a dremel tool with diamond cutting disks. Hand-cutting can take longer than using a faceting machine, but it can also be a more affordable option for those who are just starting out.
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