LumberJocks

Suction Sanding Box/Table

  • Advertise with us
Project by DadoSutter posted 544 days ago 2462 views 28 times favorited 14 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Just another sanding box/table, based on the excelent project posted by LDL http://lumberjocks.com/ldl at

http://lumberjocks.com/projects/68976

My version is in poor MDF, bottom in plywood and doesn’t have screws or nails. Miters and bottom are simply glued (not the top, to make it easy to clean if necessary)
Works great and it’s very useful for me. Thanks LDL !!!!

I hope it motivates others to build (and add to…) it too.

Some more pictures of my version can be seen at
https://plus.google.com/photos/108071820752118077157/albums/5783758521176512273

Have Fun!
Dado Sutter

-- Dado Sutter





14 comments so far

View Mark55's profile

Mark55

116 posts in 698 days


#1 posted 544 days ago

Nice job. A tool like this is a very important part of a shop that gets overlooked.

-- Mark, Newton, NC. www.routermillwoodworks.weebly.com

View A.Scott's profile

A.Scott

195 posts in 610 days


#2 posted 544 days ago

Good idea and good job

View Lanaug's profile

Lanaug

161 posts in 843 days


#3 posted 544 days ago

thanks for posting, that is awesome and simple

View jap's profile

jap

1226 posts in 688 days


#4 posted 544 days ago

great job

-- Joel

View ldl's profile

ldl

1135 posts in 999 days


#5 posted 544 days ago

Thanks for the reference.

You did a good job on this. I’m glad I you could use this project. It is a handy thing to have for small sanding jobs.

-- Dewayne in Bainbridge, Ga. - - No one can make you mad. Only you decide when you get mad - -

View glen's profile

glen

141 posts in 1187 days


#6 posted 544 days ago

great idea – yet another project to add to my shop-project list.

View lew's profile

lew

10005 posts in 2389 days


#7 posted 544 days ago

Great project. Looks like the perfect size!

-- Lew- Time traveler. Purveyor of the Universe's finest custom rolling pins.

View Jerry's profile

Jerry

209 posts in 2173 days


#8 posted 544 days ago

Looks good enough to use!!! Nice job

-- Jerry - Rochester, MN *Whether you think you can or you can't, you are probably right* - Henry Ford

View Firefighter's profile

Firefighter

95 posts in 1408 days


#9 posted 543 days ago

I have been setting up a box fan to my right and open garage doors to my left for “dust collection”. Not the best in my unheated shop in freezing 40 degree winter…

View Firefighter's profile

Firefighter

95 posts in 1408 days


#10 posted 543 days ago

I have been setting up a box fan to my right and open garage doors to my left for “dust collection”. Not the best in my unheated shop in freezing 40 degree winter…

View woodsmithshop's profile (online now)

woodsmithshop

1131 posts in 2180 days


#11 posted 543 days ago

I built one of these years ago, but I did not slope the inside like you did, I like that.
great job

-- Smitty!!!

View Don Johnson's profile

Don Johnson

611 posts in 1415 days


#12 posted 543 days ago

Dado Sutter I see you are resting the piece on stand-offs.

If you rest it directly on the table, does the suction hold it still, and does it also increase the ‘suck’ on the uncovered holes?

Just curious!

-- Don, Somerset UK, http://www.donjohnson24.co.uk

View DadoSutter's profile

DadoSutter

15 posts in 1024 days


#13 posted 536 days ago

Thank you all for welcoming my first posted project and for making it to the Daily Top 3! This community rocksssssss :)
All credits must go to LDL http://lumberjocks.com/ldl
Lew and Smitty, the size is fine and the slopes help to keep the suction more uniform.
Don, the box bottom is actually flat and covered. The suction is restricted to the top surface. When sanding smaller pieces we can simply lay a piece of paper over some uncovered holes, to concentrate the suction on a smaller area.
Works great and it’s fun to build.
Thank you again for the welcome.
Cheers
Dado

-- Dado Sutter

View Jeffery Mullen's profile

Jeffery Mullen

319 posts in 1452 days


#14 posted 531 days ago

good job

Have your say...

You must be signed in to post the comments.

DISCLAIMER: Any posts on LJ are posted by individuals acting in their own right and do not necessarily reflect the views of LJ. LJ will not be held liable for the actions of any user.

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

HomeRefurbers.com

Latest Projects | Latest Blog Entries | Latest Forum Topics

GardenTenders.com :: gardening showcase