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Thickness sanding ziricote on my new jet osc

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Blog entry by rkoorman posted 06-28-2015 12:59 PM 1337 reads 0 times favorited 8 comments Add to Favorites Watch

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0IjNRwxC3nY

Today I’ve sanded the first pieces of wood with my new jet osc 22 44 !! Great machine !!

-- http://thewoodworkersattic.blogspot.com/



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stefang

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#1 posted 06-28-2015 03:23 PM

Looks great with that back and forth motion. Does that eliminate the straight lines like I get with my regular drum sander?

-- Mike, an American living in Norway.

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Roger

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#2 posted 06-28-2015 03:45 PM

Very cool Rick

-- Roger from KY. Work/Play/Travel Safe. Keep your dust collector fed. Kentuk55@yahoo.com

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#3 posted 06-28-2015 09:11 PM

Rick,
Thats one impressive sander I must say!

-- Regards Robert

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longgone

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#4 posted 06-29-2015 12:57 AM

You definitely get your exercise walking back and forth to re-feed the pieces when thickness sanding. I have the jet 22-44 non-oscillating model for a number of years now and it has worked flawlessly

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Schwieb

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#5 posted 06-29-2015 03:39 AM

Wish this sander was around when I was looking for a drum sander. The oscillating feature will br better for finins sanding and kinder to belts. I may need to upgrade to a newer sander.

-- Dr. Ken, Florida - Durch harte arbeit werden Träume wahr.

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robscastle

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#6 posted 06-29-2015 10:40 PM

Rick,

Me again,
I came back to take another look at the sander in action, what initally attracted me to the blog first up was the word “Thicknessing” in the title.

I initally was not going to reply
As after watching your video I was satisfied that it was actually only sanding.
So I then went and checked out your project posts, I would give them all a thumbs up.

Now understanding your experience and skills I must ask why did you call it thicknessing?
No doubt you know it possibly the quickest way to ruin a great machine along with its consumables and possibly the project too.

-- Regards Robert

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rkoorman

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#7 posted 06-30-2015 06:25 AM

@robscastle : sometimes english is a bit hard because it’s not my own language. i dont know another word.

-- http://thewoodworkersattic.blogspot.com/

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robscastle

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#8 posted 06-30-2015 09:03 AM

Got you!

-- Regards Robert

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