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madawgony

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  1. Sometimes the simplest solution is the best. Nice, concise, does exactly what it is supposed to do. Good work
  2. Here is a link to the Shop notes plan: http://www.shopnotes.com/plans/thickness-sander/ We just moved to a new house and I am still looking for stuff. If/when I find my modifications I will post them. One huge gotcha I didn't take into account was the motor requirements. I ended up burning up the motor in that table saw (very old, bottom-tier Craftsman). So if you are planning on making a sander that relies on an external motor choose wisely.
  3. Thanks. I wish that I could take credit for the concept but this was my interpretation of a plan published in Shop Notes. I made a couple of tweaks, widened the platten and drum.
  4. Nice documentation on your build. And your work looks great, the attention to detail is awesome.
  5. I made the drum out of 3/4" MDF. Very consistent density which helps with balance. It runs pretty smooth. The test will be to see how it runs under load.
  6. I started this about 3 years ago and spent about two weeks working on and off. It got shelved until a couple of months ago when I dusted it off and finished it up. I have some tiger maple that is crying out to be made into a 335 type 6 string. I have the dust hood finished but not pictured. I really need to get a cover over that pulley and belt, thats an accident waiting to happen.
  7. The chatoyance on that top is outstanding, can't wait to see it finished.
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