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post #1 of 6 Old 08-26-2007, 08:24 AM Thread Starter
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Can anyone suggest a brand of drum sander to buy? It would be for cabinet doors mostly.
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Can anyone suggest a brand of drum sander to buy? It would be for cabinet doors mostly.
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Hi Jim,

I'm working on a small drum type sander which would be good for what you want to do.

http://www.ncwoodworker.net/pp/showp...hp?photo=13926

You can also go to the www.stockroomsupply.com website to see video demos, etc.

I haven't finished mine... will play with it... and modify, etc. as desired.

I'm working on a better way of controlling the table HT. adjustment. :)

Hope this helps you.
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What purpose does

a drum sander satisfy wih regard to doors?

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a drum sander satisfy wih regard to doors?

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Often used to get the Rail/Stile intersections as well as rest of door sanded.
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Hey Joe, where you going with that drum sander

in your hand? Sorry, couldn't resist. But seriously, don't you then have a problem with sanding across the grain of the rails.
If you take the proper time to set up your tooling, the joints should finish just fine with a ROS.

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in your hand? Sorry, couldn't resist. But seriously, don't you then have a problem with sanding across the grain of the rails.
If you take the proper time to set up your tooling, the joints should finish just fine with a ROS.

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Ed, I thought about that too...

In some of their Demo videos, they used to have a section doing this exact job; doors... After seeing it, it all made sense to me...
Take a look and give us your feedback...
www.stockroomsupply.com

I got the 18" kit... but others, going for doors, would probably go bigger.
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