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  1. General Woodworking Discussion
    I recently took my belt sander, set it on its side and set up a fence that allows me to make beautiful strips as thin as veneer. If I ever get into inlays, it means that I can use interesting wood that I might have, and I won't have to buy large pieces of veneer so I can get a small piece that I...
  2. Power Tools & Machinery
    I am slowly expanding my workshop tools and I figured now is a good time to look for a belt sander. As of now all I have for motorized sanding is a cheapie random orbital hand sander, and a 30 yr old finishing sander that I haven't really found a use for (was my dads, of course). What I want is...
  3. Hand Tools
    I've searched the forums, and the internet, to see if anyone has tried to grind a plane iron with a spindle sander. Got some results about people using a belt sander, but nothing about an oscillating spindle sander. I see maybe a couple advantages of a spindle sander over a belt sander: a) easy...
  4. Power Tools & Machinery
    I bought this Belt Sander about 4 months ago, then I decided to make a video about it. Not a bad one, just don´t use the equilizer. It almost broke my sander in justa a week of use.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5Yas3mrAvo
  5. Power Tools & Machinery
    My father in law had a major stroke and I'm trying to sell off some of his tools to pay for medical expenses there's one in particular that I have no clue about and can't even find on google. It seems to be at least 50 years old here's the only identification I could find on the machine says...
  6. Power Tools & Machinery
    Hello, I am looking for a belt sander and had a few questions. I intend to use the belt sander primary for furniture making, e.g. smoothing-out edge-glued boards, etc. Questions: 1. Would you recommend a belt sander with a variable speed option? If so, would I have problems with a belt...
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