belt sander


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belt sander

n.
An electric sander fitted with a revolving abrasive belt.
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Before cutting tenons into the headboard arch and brace, you may have to use either the table belt sander or the handheld belt sander to taper the logs down to fit the 11/2-inch tenon cutter onto the end.
Thinking a belt sander race would work in your store?
It's time for the AWFS Fair, featuring seminars, belt sander races and, of course, the latest equipment, supplies and services for the woodworking industry.
Band saw, lathe, and belt sander were the primary tools used in their construction.
Large diameter ferrules or inserts will require sanding by means of an electric belt sander for a quick job.
The order from Makita includes belt sander parts and safety covers.
A couple of years later, I returned for a second Artist-in-Residency and immediately purchased more Huon Pine, some myrtle and some Blackwood * (all native to Tasmania) and went straight to the sculpture department where they let me use the band saw and belt sander. I had no special plans for what I was making.
It will supply belt sander parts and safety covers for Makita, which has a European headquarters in Telford.
Then use a belt sander with 100-grit sandpaper to carefully sand off the marks.
I run the house, shop tools, 48 inch lathe that had a 3/4 AC motor, drill press, band saw, 6" x 48" 1/2 hp belt sander, small grinders, drills, skill saws, etc., with air (water cooled) water pressure pumps.
The Compact Belt Sander, Model 371K, weighs only 5 lbs.--making it the first belt sander of its size and opening an entirely new category to the industry, the company says.
"We have a movie with a swamp monster chasing comedians with a gas-powered belt sander and they gave us an NC-17," laments Green, who suggests the board may have missed the twisted feel-good factor.