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#1 posted 02-24-2017 02:01 PM

WoodjoeDrillson,

I agree with HokieKen but do not have a spindle sander. I substitute a sanding drum chucked into the drill press. However, using a sander, rasp, file, or scraper is a slow go. A plane or similar tool like perhaps a spoke shave or curves, would be faster. A plane is easy enough to control, but some care would be required with the spoke shave.

If I need more than one workpiece that has non-straight edges, I like to build a template, using the sanding drum to smooth and fare the curves. I then use a pattern or flush trim bit in the router along with the template to remove mill marks left by the bandsaw or jig saw. If the edges are straight, a straight edge, preferably from wood or a wood-product sheet good, could be used as the router template.


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