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Spindle sander concave curve sanding jig.

comments (1) December 10th, 2013 in Jigs

Wrique Wrique, member
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Feehanding a concave curve on a spindle sander tends to scallop. Made this to sand a curve parallel to a convex curve. Could be modified to run a template. Rig it so as not to climb cut or it will self feed and jamb.



posted in: Jigs, Curve sanding jig


Comments (1)

bob7long bob7long writes: I made one of these a few years back. I got a jam. Then the jam let loose and sent the workpiece through a window, shattering glass in every direction. I've been wary of pinching jigs on high friction sanding devices since then.
Posted: 10:20 am on January 18th

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