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Dimitri sent me this video and I thought maybe someone on this forum might like it too. Maybe it has already been posted.


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I like that, Herb. I have a 1" Grizzly and use it often. Sometime ago I saw a shopmade oscillating drum sander that I thought I might make "someday". That day may never come.

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Not bad at all. But if I were to make one, I think I would make it a whole lot larger. Some is good, more is better, too much is just enough.
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It's not for me , but I'm amazed at what people can make with a drill

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competition for Izzy Swan maybe? Jamesjj
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Thanks Dimitri and Herb!!! Very useful project. Congrats,Sid!!!
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I was thinking stump but your right a combination of both stump and izzy actually.
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Great idea, Herb. As I'm getting older, drill powered is becoming more and more attractive to me. Not having to lift the weight of a motor attached to something when I move it makes things more doable. Thanks.
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I wonder if a spring in the tensioning would be useful and maybe shafts that aren't threaded where there might be wear?
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I wonder if a spring in the tensioning would be useful and maybe shafts that aren't threaded where there might be wear?
Those are both good refinements, I can think of more but I think he was building this from materials he had on hand. Myself I would have used BB plywood, but he had the constustruction grade on hand so he used that. I love his ingenuity with this and his other tools.
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