plans on belt sander linisher two inch can you help me dear friends

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Forum topic by SCOTSMAN posted 11-11-2013 06:08 PM 2059 views 0 times favorited 1 reply Add to Favorites Watch
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11-11-2013 06:08 PM

I recently changed over from aol- talk talk, to bt internet and am amazed at the difference in speed from my previously crappy service. Which I had always been due to me living in a distance away and living in a small town were it was not possible to offer a faster service re costs etc. Anyway what’s this got to do with plans I hear you all cry?LOL so I can now get uninterupted youtube and watch many many nice videos of machining woodworking etc. I have recently bought a belt linisher one inch and when I get my both workshops back ( a long story), I intend, around xmas to build a two inch version for my other shop. I have a woodworking and a machining shop (if you remember) which my son has borrowed to store things so I can’t move in either at the moment.Aslo where will I get square stock where one slides into the other neccessary for the build UK only please? Any help would be most welcome.I am not very knowledgable re youtube re plans so maybe I am missing something is there a book with plans on these belt sander linishers ?Any help as said KIndest regaRds Alistair

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#1 posted 11-11-2013 07:32 PM

By ” belt sander linishers” I assume you mean what I call a vertical belt sander. I have two different plans for a 2 inch wide by 36 inch belt sander, one made from steel, the other from wood. Both are excellent plans. The steel one I have on my computer and can send it by e-mail attachment. The wooden one is in an article in a relatively recent issue of ShopNotes magazine which I should have. I’ll have to look for it then scan it and e-mail it to you. If you are interested, e-mail me at and I’ll send them to you.

Rufus Carswell
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

-- Always remember: It is a mathematical certainty that half the people in this country are below average in intelligence!

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