Woodworking always involves a certain amount of sanding. Unless you manage to cut your wood parts right on the line on the first try, there is a good chance you will have to sand a few millimetres from time to time.
Sanding produces a clean and smooth surface but also create a lot of dust. It can also be time consuming depending on the hardness of your wood.rts right on the line on the first try, there is a good chance you will have to sand a few millimetres from time to time.
I recently started a spinning wheel project. I chose to use Maple for the whole frame except for the wheel which is made out of birch plywood. The first thing I noticed is that Maple is very hard. If you cut a part a little bit too large, you will spend quite some time trying to sand it down to the line.
You might not have the money to buy a belt sander so here’s a cheap and quick sanding tool everyone can build using standard tools: The DIY Sanding Drum !
I wont go over the building process as the following video explains it well enough.
If you place this sanding drum on a drill press, you get the accuracy needed to produce squared parts.
Bruce J Bonkowski
I loved this video very much but I have a question what is the sander called that is a drum sander but the drum can move up and down firstname.lastname@example.org is my email. bruce bonkowski
An oscillating spindle sander?
Awesome video man, right to the point no BS good job