Finishing Touch Benchtop Sanders Make Short Work Of Sanding Convex Concave Flared And Irregularly Shaped Stock As Well As Some Veneered And Solid Panels
Finishing touch benchtop sanders make short work of sanding convex concave flared and irregularly shaped stock as well as some veneered and solid panels is article about Magazine bookmarked by brandon with ID 11785175161 was uploaded on 01-02-2019 and has been viewed 218,866 times.
Benchtop Sanding Machines Lead Photo by Rob Brown; Photos by Manufacturers The power sanders that we covered in the previous article in this series ('Power Sanders', Jun/Jul 2017) are best suited for flat stock.
When it comes to curved stock we often revert to hand sanding, or using rasps and spokeshaves.Another option available to woodworkers is one of the specialized benchtop sanders.These compact, mini versions of the larger stationary machines don't take up a lot of shop space, are easy to store under a workbench or on a shelf, are efficient, affordable, and can considerably speed up sanding, especially when there is a lot of stock to process.
You'll also find them more convenient when sanding smaller stock, as you hold the material rather than the tool.While benchtop sanders do speed up sanding, you will still need to hand finish the surfaces.
They can also produce a lot of fine dust, so connecting them to a dust extractor or dust collector and wearing a respirator is important.In this article we'll look at five general types of benchtop sanders.
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