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IanPlant

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Hi everyone I saw a video I think it was in here in the how to videos that uses a pillar drill to attach sanding drums to. I bought a router table that has a built in router with a speed control. I also picked up a set of drums 4 out of the 5 drums have 1/4" shafts so I tried them in my router

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Hi lanPlant

Thanks for the tip.  Under Udie's post you will find several posts about using a router with a sanding drum.
I have been meaning to this for some time, and your post reminded me to get a move on it.

Thanks again for the info.
Show us pictures of what you do with your router and sanding drums.



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IanPlant

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Thanks ken I will have another look through the posts as I must have missed them
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I've really only done the couplings for the happy-go-lucky train on the router as of yet

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