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The drill arrived today and I tried it in the shop by sanding the profiles in the faces of a couple of picture frames that I am working on. The tool worked as well as I had hoped it would. If you need a tool that will allow you to get into those tight places, this is the tool for most of those needs. Vince says that his primary market is the "Turners" and for their need to sand inside of such things as bowls. I am not one of those type of woodworkers yet, but I have been needing to sand the faces of the picture frames that I make. These frames have profiles cut in their faces with the router and sanding in the profiles by hand is not a fun part of the construction of the frames, I think that Vince's drill and/or sanding device will take care of the issue.

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I have a similar set to clean up the inside of the bowls cut in the template jig.

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Hi James,

I did learn real quick not to overheat things when using the tool as the heat will cause the adhesive that holds the pads and/or sanding discs togethr to break down. This is not a problem or fault of the tool, just a matter of common sense when you understand what is happening.



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