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    An 8 wooden disc, cut with the CIRCLE-CUTTING JIG FOR BAND SAW, attached to a threaded flange (dont tell anyone, but here I am reusing a discarded oil filter), and sandpaper glued to the disc face, turns the wood lathe into a disc sander.

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    A table, clamped to the lathe table, supports the workpiece when straight borders are needed; otherwise, freehand sanding can be used. Again, I used the HOMEMADE MINI T-TRACKS, in a groove of the table, as an adjustable pivot for sanding circular pieces.

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    Regards, morsa

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    Thanks morsa! We've added your Wood Lathe Disc Sander to our Disc Sanders category,
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