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post #1 of 4 Old 08-06-2008, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
 
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Looking for balloon sander

I used to work for an oak furniture shop and we had balloon sanders that were homemade. They had a cloth balloon with a valve stem that you slid a sandpaper sleeve over and inflated. So far, everywhere I've checked I've been unable to find the pieces I need to build one. The onlything I find are old used ones with no balloons or paper(only the base, motor, and shaft). If anyone knows where I could find the balloons and sanding sleeves, It would help me out alot....Thank you
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After a little more looking, I was able to awnser my own question. For anyone else looking for a "balloon sander" or pneumatic drum sander as they they are also called. Check out toolmastersllc.com ....Thank you
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A couple days ago I saw a "How's It Made" episode where they used it to sand Cricket bats.Looked fun.
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Never had much luck sanding balloons.



Sorry, couldn't resist
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