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Here's an idea... Take the handles off a rolling pin.
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Nice- but how well are you able to change the sand paper?
In which glue spray did you use for the sandpaper?
Good job dear, Well done.🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏
Awsome stuff as usual
I did a few after looking at your video But I didn't do the sanding to make it straight down as you did I used a file mmmmmmmmm not so good , I did put the vacuum hose behind the drill press for the dust and it worked good :)
The longer you make them the more you loose 90 degree sanding ability and ruin the drill press with too much side to side movement.
creative or very
Thanks for sharing your knowledge AND experience.
Whats the device at 2 mins please anyone
Jack, you're very lucky. You and I also have polio, but you can do woodwork that easily and freely.
BR Salve kksksk
A big thumbs up to all viewers who realize that a bottom support (preferably a sealed bearing) is needed. Check how much deflection your spindle is getting when you put pressure against the bottom of the drum....that will kill the upper thrust bearing in a hurry, it was never designed to take side loads. Make the sandpaper replaceable by sawing a thin slit vertically into the drum, so you can tuck the edges of the paper down into the slit, which will hold it in place.
Спасибо за подсказки.
At 2:00 was that a nuke radio active detecter,,?
Best way to ruin the ball bearings of your drillpress! lol.
is that arthritis??
esse cara tem a mão atrofiada?
Seem like a waste of sandpaper. You might only use the bottom 2 1/2" unless you turn your bolt around. I can get the same results with my homemade 6 x 48 belt sander, and no paper waste.
genius! so simple ...thanks for sharing.
Very practical. Thank you! Ingeniously simple and smart!
What kind of glue that you have used
great job !
Dude, slow your drill press speed down before you hurt yourself!
muito bom, obrigado por compartilhar.
Genius way to get concentric disks. Thanks for this!
Good idea, but with the hardwareshop bolts it bends to much it doesn´t give You a 90 degree angle
Real genius is seeing what was there all the time, when no one else sees it. Feliz Natal from Brazil.
Love it, am going to try making this set up, thanks for that Jack, love your videos
Nice video. Thanks
followed your method and THIS WORKS GREAT !!!! THANK YOU !!!
clever! Love your idea man.
good idea, Ilike
Thank you Jack. This is perfect!! I have been meaning to make some for my drill press.
Cover the cylinder with velcro!
With the velcro you will likely find that the paper (which needs velcro for a backing) and will cost a lot may come off, or catch on the edges. Velcro has itls uses, but in this specific place, i will not use that. One application for velcro is for disk-type sanders where there is no chance of the project catching the edge of the paper and ripping it off.
Excelente porta herramienta. Gracias por el video maestro. Saludos...
Aah.. This is something That I was looking for.. Something that can be made from simple things ! Got to try this one..
could you tell me the name of the first boring tool you used on the drill to cut the circles many thanks also what speed was the drill set at
@wayne frodsham You're welcome.
Hi Jack .. can you make a spindle sander to sand a Large PVC pipe ... basically to sand and polish the pipe ...? thanks
just needed this type of Sander, That's great
Good ideas.Especially the table support.
Hi there,Sorry, I didn't read through all the comments to see if this has been covered before(sneaking in this video at work and need to get back at working ! lol). Just wondered why you haven't make a bearing race at the bottom to steady your drum/threaded bar? Just a square block of wood at the bottom that you can clamp to your table(even from the bottom), then have a counter sunk hole for the bearing. A small piece of wood can also be added if you wish OVER the bearing to prevent it from coming out(extra security). Then a through hole for your threaded bar. That should stablize your drum a lot.Hope my attempt to explain makes sense!!!
now you run a chain from your quill feed arm to the floor with a paddle on it to work it up and down while you sand
why not making lathe ?? easy
he doesn't want to over work lol
He's probably using the drill press to show how this can be done on a drill press. Someone interested in making these would surely have a drill press, but may not own a lathe.
+Jack Houweling maybe he was asking why not make the wood blocks round on a lathe? of so that is a reasonably good question. just speculation though
Thanks for the education!!!
Very useful, thanks. It's good to find clever people who are willing to share information.
The toolmakers McGuyver.
wow, thanks man, this was quite useful for me.
Nice one Jack