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A small sander to sand kitchen cabinets before painting

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I recently decided to go through all of my ukuleles and replace the synthetic nuts and saddles with bone ones. After going through two of them, my fingers are just in too much pain from shaping them from blanks. I know belt sanders can be had for $40 these days but I just wanted a small sander to work with these nuts and saddles. So I designed this little Dremel (mine is a Dremel 300-1) holder and table to do just this with a grinding stone or sanding band adapter. And it works great!

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from Eryn With A Y

PVC Pipe Succulent Planter With Bosch

Succulent PVC planter box: This project is so easy it almost hurt. All you need is a basic knowledge of power tools to pull it all together, with a drill, a jigsaw and a small sander. I used my trusty Bosch tools, they’re perfect for jobs like this.

from Eryn With A Y

PVC Pipe Succulent Planter With Bosch

Succulent PVC planter box: This project is so easy it almost hurt. All you need is a basic knowledge of power tools to pull it all together, with a drill, a jigsaw and a small sander. I used my trusty Bosch tools, they’re perfect for jobs like this.

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from Eryn With A Y

PVC Pipe Succulent Planter With Bosch

Succulent PVC planter box: This project is so easy it almost hurt. All you need is a basic knowledge of power tools to pull it all together, with a drill, a jigsaw and a small sander. I used my trusty Bosch tools, they’re perfect for jobs like this.

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from eHow

Types of Wood to Use for a Tobacco Pipe

I made my spouse a tobacco pipe. Used a small sander and bored out the bowel to a smooth finish. Coated it with honey and burned it to sear the wood. I sanded the outside and carved in a deer with antlers. His new Sunday afternoon porch activity :)

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from Instructables.com

Making a 28 inch wide Sander/Planer

In this instructable we will cover the steps and materials necessary to build the 28" Sander-Planer. Background: While driving across the USA on a vacation we happened across a small warehouse in California that sells rough cut redwood burl slabs. I really liked the piece in the second photo but it had a problem - it had been rough cut using a chain saw and the two faces were not parallel. At 26" wide and close to 36" long it was too big for my 12 1/2" planer, and a hand p...

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