Re: 80-grit sanding

Posted by Mark Camp on May 26, 2004

On the other extreme: i have found 30-grit sanding belts (cut and glued to various shaped blocks) very useful for fast cutting, as long as I make sure they never touch wood. Blending the edge of glass tape comes to mind. No matter what the sanding task, if I stop and look at the workpiece after about 8 reps and don't seem to be at least half-way finished demolishing the hill or valley, I switch to a coarser grit.

In Response to: Re: 80-grit sanding by Steve Miller on May 26, 2004


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