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Forum topic by Loren posted 09-14-2017 04:16 AM 442 views 1 time favorited 10 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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09-14-2017 04:16 AM

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#1 posted 09-14-2017 04:50 AM

Damn. I have something like that in the works but on a smaller scale. What an idea thief :) pretty sweet though

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#2 posted 09-14-2017 05:21 AM

...... or you could grasp one end of the strip in the right hand and the other In the left ….....

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#3 posted 09-14-2017 11:12 AM

Awesome build. Aren’t there already things like this available, commercially made? Bow sander?

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#4 posted 09-14-2017 12:43 PM

Sorry Loren, but I’m not clicking on a link that has no text or description to go with it.

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#5 posted 09-14-2017 12:57 PM

I know people like to share links and info. I struggle with posts, blogs and projects that have very little info and just a link. It would be great to at least give some idea what this is about.

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#6 posted 09-14-2017 01:05 PM

I agree, I won’t click on a bare link from someone I don’t know. A description is always good.

It is pretty interesting. The guy basically makes a hacksaw frame out of wood and attaches a strip of sandpaper with a leather strip backing to use for sanding curves and things. There are few things he used it for that I wouldn’t use a spokeshave or something else but I can see a simpler version being useful.

I wouldn’t have bothered threading the connection to the handle but that does make it store in a smaller space.

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#7 posted 09-14-2017 01:11 PM



...... or you could grasp one end of the strip in the right hand and the other In the left ….....

- shipwright

Yeah but some of us have dainty fingers :)

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#8 posted 09-14-2017 01:38 PM

Good stuff

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#9 posted 09-14-2017 01:50 PM

That’s pretty nice.

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#10 posted 09-14-2017 02:05 PM

I think he did a great job and it’s a quality tool when done, but as for me, I’ll grab a Radum orbital sander.

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