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Tip #17
Disc Sanding

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Sanding is easily the most tedious woodworking operation. It can sometimes take as long to hand sand a project as it takes to build it. Fortunately, you have four sanding choices with the Shopsmith Woodworking System: disc sander, drum sander, strip sander and belt sander.

In this tip, we will concern ourselves with the disc sander. A disc sander can help eliminate some of the sanding tedium. It can't be used to fine sand, but it will remove saw marks from a ripped edge and smooth end grains. It can also be used to bring a workpiece to its final dimension, true-up joints and grind tools.

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