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Posted in response to What do you use for sanding ? from Paul on October 04, 2011 at 01:00:20:

Re: What do you use for sanding ?

Hi Paul
To start with it sounds like you have the same type of sanding set-up that I do. Basically a mandrel (a � inch threaded shift) that you mount a master disk to with the sanding disk on top of that.
I had a problem finding someone that would sell me what I needed in bulk (a 100 of the same grit) with out paying an arm & a leg them. This was over 4 years ago everyone wanted $1.00+ per disk, I found a outfit in Gettysburg Pa. that I could get them from about .30 each. You are looking for a silicone carbide disk with a cloth back disk that is water proof.
The master disk you put on the mandrel dose not need "velcro" hook and loop backing, all you need is a � inch tempered pressed wood disk (sometimes called Masonite) that is water proof no glue or anything more than the nut and washer will hold the sanding disk in place.

Red Hill Corporation
SUPERGRIT ABRASIVES
PO Box 4234 � 1540 Biglerville Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone: (800) 822-4003 or (717) 337-3038
Fax: (717) 337-0732
Email: custserv@supergrit.com or laura@supergrit.com

One farther point make sure you tell them that you need a hole punched in the center of the disk if you need it or you�ll get the disk unpunched.

If you have any more questions fell free to contact me at.

replace@tds.net
Bob Place

From Bob Place - October 06, 2011 at 02:14:03
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