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    drum sander

    this is the drum sander i made

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    Christophe Mineau (06-05-2015), kbalch (06-04-2015), matermark (06-16-2016), Paul Jones (06-05-2015)

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    Nice build, panosam! What's the roller made from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIYer View Post
    Nice build, panosam! What's the roller made from?
    Thank you. I cut cycles and glue them together on the axis. I also put two pins, to prevent spin. Then i run it and make it straight wtih a chisel and a block ( like lathe)

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    Thanks panosam! I've added your Drum Sander to our Drum Sanders category, as well as to your builder page: panosam's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:


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    I like the idea of the wedge for tilting the table, but you could have put a long threaded rod to push of pull the wedge ? (easier for fine tuning ?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christophe Mineau View Post
    I like the idea of the wedge for tilting the table, but you could have put a long threaded rod to push of pull the wedge ? (easier for fine tuning ?)
    thanks
    as the angle of the wedge is small and the wedge long, it is easy to fine tune. Thanks for the comment


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