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Forum topic by VTdscglfr posted 286 days ago 434 views 0 times favorited 2 replies Add to Favorites Watch
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VTdscglfr

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286 days ago

Topic tags/keywords: bent lamination lamp

Hey all,

Does anyone have any ideas on using a belt sander in place of a drum sander for creating strips for bent lamination. I have a 3 inch wide belt sander so I will be liminited in width. If anyone has any ideas for good jigs or some other ideas that would be great. Or if you have any other ideas that would be good as well. Is 1/8 to thick for bent lamination? Our cat knocked off my wifes lamp for our bedroom and I want to build her one with LED’s


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#1 posted 286 days ago

If you have a table saw you can rip them well enough with a good
ripping blade. No thickness sanding required.

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#2 posted 286 days ago

…or some other ideas that would be great

It’s fairly easy to make a “sanding wheel” for a drill or drill press – I made one which you can see in use here and here.

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