#3
Well, I myself am not a Latent Appliance Fetishist, as you appear to be, but I believe there are far less abrasive machines available on the market that can achieve a similar vibrating effect.
#4
What are you attempting to do?
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#6
You can use a hand plane, or a random orbital sander for that. Belt sanders are a tad, innacurate?
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#7
well my dad has this tool its gmc therefor cheap but it has a round disc it isnt random tho but it kicks ass for everything maybe you should check it out
#8
ya, i thought a belt sander was a little extream. though it may be fun to play with...hmm...

i was thinking a hand plainer, but that would take forever...maybe the orbital. i used one for a set of kayaks i built and it was so nice to use.

anything else?
thanks
eric
#9
Using a plane wont take too long. You could always use and router and a jig or even just a flat sanding board.
#10
OR, bare with me here, i know this sounds crazy... but MABEY, in some alternate universe, CRAZY......... you could you, god forbid! regular sand paper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#11
Not as accurate, but sand paper + sanding block + elbow grease = job done...possibly not as accurate as it needs to be, but still done
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#12
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OR, bare with me here, i know this sounds crazy... but MABEY, in some alternate universe, CRAZY......... you could you, god forbid! regular sand paper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


lmfao! ya i was thinking about that...but then i figured it would take to long, and i'm to damn lazy

the router and jig sounds like an interesting idea....maybe i'll try that. thanks everyone!
#13
I used to use a hand plane to get it almost where I want it and then I use a sanding block to get it exactly right. After I got a belt sander I started using that instead of the hand plane but I still finished it off with a sanding block. It's like Algee said, a belt sander in not accurate enough to get a good joint.
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#16
speaking of belt sander anyone ever see the jackass with belt sander skates?


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