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Build your own cheap disk sander [Project]
posted February 21 2013 21:00.54 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Cosmas Bauer made a simple and cheap disk sander for his wooden projects. The sander is powered by a 1.6Hp motor and the disk is made of phenolic resin coated plywood. Watch the following video to see how it is made.



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