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#1 posted 08-07-2017 01:06 AM

Hi, I have enjoyed Lumberjocks so I signed up with a question for woodturners (I am relatively new to it) – I hollowed up my first vase 7 inches deep and 5 inch at widest diameter but throat is 2 inches – any sanding tips – top entry is concave. Thanks.

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#2 posted 08-09-2017 11:22 PM

I have sanded/ground into spaces like intake manifolds and heads too, for vehicles with a strip of emery cloth . the method was take a small diameter pipe cut slots in one end, wrap/glue the strip onto it and leave an end out; chuck the other end into a smaller grinder, small air drill worked great, or a Dremel type tool and turn the speed up. The length of the tube can be varied for the job you are doing. You will be working by feel and be careful to have the chuck tight too. You can get different grits for the emery cloth too and the high speed gives a nice almost polish too.
Hope this helps some.
Others may have better ideas.

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