Making New Tables for the Surface Sanding Machine

Making New Tables for the Surface Sanding Machine

This is part 2 of the drum sander project. In the 1st video, I brought a drum sander to the shop and set it up. In this video, I'm rebuilding the tables. The original tables are bent and I wanted to remake them out of wood. I made the new tables from a gluLam beam that I salvaged. I shaped the tables with the CNC machine to fit with the drum sander structure and work as the original tables did. I also put a smaller pulley on the motor which slowed down the drum and now it runs much better.

Frank H. Clement Surface Sanding Machine:

Some of the tools used in this project

Cantilever Clamps:
KANT TWIST Quick Acting Fixture Clamp:
Milwaukee 18-volt Compact Drill:
Whiteside Spiral Bit with Up Cut Solid Carbide 1/2-Inch Diameter:
Whiteside Router Bits Compression 1/4-Inch:
uxcell 2-Inch Router Bit:
Whiteside Router Bit 1/4-Inch:
FastCap Glu-Bot Glue Bottle:
3M Peltor H10A Optime 105 Earmuff:
3M Reusable Respirator:
3M Particulate Filter P100:
Wizard III Metal Detector:

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