power sander


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power sander

A portable, electric hand tool having a moving abrasive surface; used for smoothing and polishing; also See sanding machine.
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If you're using a power sander, the small bag on the back of the tool will collect some dust, but it's much better to connect up the pipe of your vacuum cleaner instead.
Necessary tools include a table saw, miter square, nail set, eight 3-inch C-clamps, and sanding blocks or (preferably) a power sander.
You do your whole carcass like that and then you might apply some of the other paint, so that as you pull off paint--whether sanding by hand since you're generally not using power sanders too much because you don't want to have circular marks: That is a telltale sign of modern influence.
This becomes the surface on which I use power sanders to grind, carve and articulate integrated dimensions of image and story; I call these works of art Paper Mosaics.
Use extra care with the more dangerous types of power tools, including table saws, power sanders, high-speed drills and nail guns.
Workers using dangerous chemicals or power sanders were not provided with gloves or facemasks, and others were forced to work without hardhats or protective glasses.
The five-inch circular pad is utilized for random orbit sanding to remove material quickly and produces an ultra-smooth finish in less time than standard power sanders.

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