disk sander


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disk sander

[′disk ‚sand·ər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine that uses a circular disk coated with abrasive to smooth or shape surfaces.

disk sander

A sanding machine or a power sander which has a circular abrasive (usually sandpaper) disk which rotates; used for smoothing or polishing surfaces.
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Once the main area has been done, make your way around the perimeter with the disk sander, which will get into all the edges.
Q What grit do you use on your disk sander when grinding down a recoil pad?
If the adhesive is bitumen-based, use a Surform planer and sand with a disk sander.
The tape will also later help to protect the stock when I'm grinding down the new recoil pad with a disk sander.
I just take the stock over to my disk sander and touch the newly cut end of the buttstock to the sanding disk.
In order to contain dust and dirt, I make extensive use of my shop vac by attaching it directly to machines that generate dust, like my disk sander or bandsaw when they are in use.