|Forum topic by BuyoMasilla||posted 01-28-2012 06:59 AM||910 views||0 times favorited||5 replies|
01-28-2012 06:59 AM
I have been keeping an eye out for a bench top belt sander. From my wood magazine I have saved a coupon and hope to pick up HF 4” belt/6”disk unit for close to fifty dollars. As I am waiting to make that purchase I found on a local online site an old ryobi oscillating spindle sander and though I has no opulence, I jumped in it.
Since the money I was hoping to use on the belt sander went to the oscillating, I’m trying to come up with ideas. As I had to go by the orange big box for a honey do, as usual, took a stroll through the tools dept. Based on some of what I saw, I was left wandering and now turn to you with a question.
They had a 10 inch masonry blade for close to four us dollars. What do you think? Can I slap a sticky sand paper to that and throw it on the table saw for a disk sander? Anyone tried that before?
If you will, please share your thoughts.
Thanks for reading, Mario
-- Dreaming of the day I might joint two pieces of wood square..........