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  1. #1
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    Default 17 New Pictures of Homemade Belt Sander

    Here the link of the Sander first 17 where added 52 pics total Thank you Vernon

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

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    No rest for the wicked, and the righteous don't need it eh Vern?

    What color is this beast going to be on completion?

    keep us posted on this "Mother" of all sanders..

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    I come up on some 10x12 I beam (3-32' sticks) can you say toy haulin' trailer
    Steve

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    Default Homemade Belt Sander

    Quote Originally Posted by Pass-N-Gas View Post
    No rest for the wicked, and the righteous don't need it eh Vern?

    What color is this beast going to be on completion?

    keep us posted on this "Mother" of all sanders..

    Note:

    I come up on some 10x12 I beam (3-32' sticks) can you say toy haulin' trailer

    Thank you will keep everyone up on the progress hope to get the bottom primed Monday. Blue is the color. with stainless covers Sound like a large toy hauler on the way for you. Thank you "Vernon"

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    Excellent work on the sander Vernon. I don't think you can buy a better sander than the one you've just built. It sure is nice to have access to all the machines you need to do the machining isn't it? I'm working on building my machine collection back up after losing most of my stuff in a messy breakup. Anyway keep up the good work, you've just built something to be proud of!!!
    Blondie (Owner C & S Automotive)

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    Default Belt sander

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondie_486 View Post
    Excellent work on the sander Vernon. I don't think you can buy a better sander than the one you've just built. It sure is nice to have access to all the machines you need to do the machining isn't it? I'm working on building my machine collection back up after losing most of my stuff in a messy breakup. Anyway keep up the good work, you've just built something to be proud of!!!
    Thank you Working hard to finsh. Sandblasted the base today.
    Hope you build your shop back soon. Thank You Blondie

    Vernon

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