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Posted on Efficient setup for taking stock to thin thicknesses

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#1 posted 04-22-2012 11:09 PM

SASsmith nice jig, you went the extra mile and made sure platen was flat on the sander. The type of jig I built works on spindle part of the belt sander, it’s a bit easier correct for flatness but I’m sure yours gets the job done and gets it done faster which is all that matters (that it gets the job done).


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