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Project by GMman posted 2265 days ago 1888 views 2 times favorited 22 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Full bedroom set for my son.





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RipSawRon

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#1 posted 2265 days ago

Cool Idea!! Keep them coming!

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#2 posted 2265 days ago

Very good Idea .
Chuck

-- Chuck, wiswood2 www.wisconsinwoodchuck.com

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#3 posted 2265 days ago

great idea

-- Joe, Ga

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#4 posted 2265 days ago

GMAN I am not sure what you are doing …or why you would want to do it …??????
I am probably very stupid today and missing your point …
But thanks for the post …

-- Mike in Bonney Lake " If you are real real real good your whole life, You 'll be buried in a curly maple coffin when you die."

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GMman

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#5 posted 2265 days ago

You dont understand the point , do you know what a drum sander is

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#6 posted 2265 days ago

Pretty good idea!

-- Gary - Never pass up the opportunity to make a mistake look like you planned it that way - Tyler, TX

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#7 posted 2265 days ago

Very interesting idea.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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#8 posted 2265 days ago

GMman, I’ve seen something like this before but I really never understood it. I have an oscillating spindle sander too and maybe this would be useful to me. Can you explain more how you use it?

-- Paul D - Lawrenceville, Georgia

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#9 posted 2265 days ago

You take a straight board like a straight edge use a hole saw size close to the size of one of your drum I don’t use the largest one but the one below it and you clamp you board so that just a very small part of the drum is out of the board then you just slide the board you are sanding along the clamped board as you would do on a joiner..hope I have help you

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#10 posted 2265 days ago

Yet another great idea

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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#11 posted 2265 days ago

I don’t think I would have thought to do that. Very cool idea.

-- JJohn

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#12 posted 2265 days ago

Godd idea. I will have to try it if I ever get a spindle sander.

-- Pyromedic602, free wood is always good wood

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#13 posted 2265 days ago

A poor man’s belt sander, nice. Would you still get a snipe at the end of the board if you haven’t shim the output side of the “fence”? Kind of like with a misaligned jointer outfeed table

-- Ed

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#14 posted 2265 days ago

I have 2 hand belt sanders and a table one but this is better because it sands in a straight line, as for the snipes you have to let your drum out as little as you can just enough so it touches the wood you are sanding, works fine no snipes at all….you may have to practice a bit how to set it….also no burn

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#15 posted 2265 days ago

very cool modification to complete a needed job! Bravo! Creativity just lives at this site.
I will use this on mine to clean up machining marks.

God Bless,
Hawg

-- Saving barnwood from the scrapyards

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