Aftermarket sanding drums that you use in a drill press come in handy for sanding curves. But as Michael Fortune discovered, they come in a limited range of sizes and grits. Fortune makes his own drums out of plywood disks and cloth-backed sandpaper, and uses them to smooth curves of all sizes. Learn how he makes them and what handy uses he has found for them in his shop.
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