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    Default Homemade Belt Sander gets some paint

    Here is a link to photobucket of the Belt sander.
    Vernon

    http://s795.photobucket.com/albums/y...Belt%20Sander/

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    I have been following your progress on the sander project with interest. Nice job!

    Don

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    Default Homemade belt sander Guards

    Quote Originally Posted by Don52 View Post
    I have been following your progress on the sander project with interest. Nice job!

    Don
    Thank you Don. I hope to finsh it soon Thank you for the post was thinking no cares lol. Vernon

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    Wow after all that work I would afraid to use it lol. Looks amazing.
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    Default Homemade belt sander Guards

    Quote Originally Posted by jrscgsr View Post
    Wow after all that work I would afraid to use it lol. Looks amazing.
    Well I'm hopefully going to make better things with it. Thank you Vernon

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    It's not that we dont care its the fact that were all jealous with envy.
    You taking orders yet?
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    Default Homemade belt sander

    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator View Post
    It's not that we dont care its the fact that were all jealous with envy.
    You taking orders yet?
    Thank you Fabricator,
    I will make plans some day but will answer in ? Anyone mite have willing to share with anyone. I made one pcs at a time most of the sander is fairly simple maybe 3 or parts that took some thinking to make. Thank you Vernon

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    Vernon, Fantastic job on the sander! Thatís something to be proud of. To have access to the tools to make such a fine tool is one thing, the skill to use them is another! Keep up the good work.

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    Default Homemade belt sander

    Quote Originally Posted by Ranch Land Toys (RLT) View Post
    Vernon, Fantastic job on the sander! Thatís something to be proud of. To have access to the tools to make such a fine tool is one thing, the skill to use them is another! Keep up the good work.
    Thank you I feel I understand alot, But I also know there so much to learn and still to see. Had great start because my Dad and Grandpa Did this very type work help me alot learning from great teachers. Didn't hurt that they where really good at it also. Thank you Vernon

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    Great job! It's really satisfying to make and use tools you've built yourself.

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