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Knockonit

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#1 posted 10-15-2018 01:48 AM

I”:ve a 16/32, seems to flatten cutting boards just fine, as noted, not a race sander, but gets the job done

i ran a large live edge sissoo, pc, thru it today, took me almost an hour to get it flat, but dang beats hand sanding, and it sure is purdy

i run my boards thru it to about 120, then finish them up with orbital, heckuva lot easier, this one sure beats the dickens outta my old delta, but it did a nice job also, just a lot slower.
best of luck with it, and drum sander is better than no drum sander,
jmo
Rj in az

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