|Project by Bricofleur||posted 01-12-2015 05:21 PM||2410 views||13 times favorited||8 comments|
Because edges of small parts are difficult to sand square with power tools and even with sanding blocks, I build this benchtop edge sander out of plywood scraps. The great deal is that I can use all torn out sanding belts I’ve been keeping for years, reason why sized it for my 3” X 21” belts, which can be flipped over so I could use their full width.
As shown, I used a jig to rout the slots for sliding the belt up and down.
The price to pay is some elbow grease for perfect square edges.
For more photos and all construction details, watch this page of my blog.
Thanks for looking.
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