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  • Progress on My Homade Sander

    Here are the newest picture of my Sander. And some old ones will up date this site time to time. So check back in. Some picture at the bottom. To see all go to link below.

    http://s795.photobucket.com/albums/y...view=slideshow

    Vernon
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    Last edited by Vernon; 07-22-2010, 07:54 PM. Reason: Homade ? Homemade :)

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    whoo wee. are you sure thats a tool and not a work of art? can't wait to see it after paint. really great build so far.

    dave.

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    • #3
      Like rvpc said.that thing is a work of art.are you going to paint or powder coat??Either way it's gonna be a bad dude when done.NICE WORK...Jim

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      • #4
        Originally posted by rvpc View Post
        whoo wee. are you sure thats a tool and not a work of art? can't wait to see it after paint. really great build so far.

        dave.
        Its a tool Can't wait to paint also

        Originally posted by uhohjim View Post
        Like rvpc said.that thing is a work of art.are you going to paint or powder coat??Either way it's gonna be a bad dude when done.NICE WORK...Jim
        Not sure on powder coat or paint Will most likely be Blue but not sure of that yet.

        Thanks Vernon

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        • #5
          Milling Machine work on table

          Here are some photos of the table.
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          • #6
            wow vernon thats not a sander thats a work of art. If someone were to want that sander from you I'm guessing you would want about $2500.oo for it considering the time you must have into it. Very nice.

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            • #7
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              Originally posted by jrscgsr View Post
              wow vernon thats not a sander thats a work of art. If someone were to want that sander from you I'm guessing you would want about $2500.oo for it considering the time you must have into it. Very nice.
              Well don't think anybody would give a fair price for the sander. But do think I could build one much fast after I figured all of the pcs out. Just like your steps you now know what it takes to build them. 2500.00 is a fair price I'm sure. This first one would be a little more 2nd one would be a little less I'm sure. Thank you
              Vernon

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