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Posted on Low speed router-like tool for drum sanding

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#1 posted 05-08-2012 10:02 PM

@mtenterprises Actually, I have a $10 giant Milwaukee from a garage sale, though it may be a hammer drill… hmm, I’ll have to pull that out, thanks for reminding me.

@crank49@chuckc I didn’t describe it in complete detail. The holes actually span two of the twelve faces so it would be a bit more complicated than just a basic template. I may still end up doing this, but I’m still tending towards something more manually controllable than a router bit (sanding drums or the rotary microplanes).

@Rex Bair Relevant or not, thanks :]

@jjohnston the holes are comfortably large enough for a cat so i think I could fit my hand through alright, but a good consideration. Next time, I think I’ll post a picture straight away to help you guys with your answers. They’re good and all, but it would be more worth your time if I had provided that extra ‘info’. See below.

@mveach Again, thanks for the reminder. I wanted one of those awhile back but didn’t end up getting it. Actually, I bought the Sears one online but when I went to pick it up they ended up being out of stock. That and none of them actually looked like decent quality. All were either plastic or pot metal as far as I could tell from the pictures and reviews. Still may have to get one though.

Again, thanks to everyone for the suggestions. Now I just have to decide.

Cheers,
-kyle


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