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Getting Good With A Belt Sander


The Belt Sander. Many woodworkers won’t use one because they are easy to make mistakes with. But once you get the hand of the sander, you will see they are essential to many projects.

But it takes more than just practice to get good with the belt sander. You also have to take into account the type of sander, the size of the sander, the workpiece, as well as the workpiece height, and many other factors.

I have pulled this video for you to look at, and this way I didn’t actually have to make the video myself, or take pictures. It will really help you to get confident with this great tool.


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