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Scroll Sanders, Pinless, 1/4", 120 Grit, 4 pack

$9.99

Estimated Ship Date June 2, 2022

These unique scroll sanders eliminate time consuming hand sanding of edges on all scroll saw projects. Now you can sand narrow internal cuts, remove bumps, gouges, burn marks, or correct wanderings from the cut line in seconds. Designed for pin-end or pin less scroll saws, each sander...

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These unique scroll sanders eliminate time consuming hand sanding of edges on all scroll saw projects. Now you can sand narrow internal cuts, remove bumps, gouges, burn marks, or correct wanderings from the cut line in seconds. Designed for pin-end or pin less scroll saws, each sander consists of an abrasive strip which is mounted like a scroll saw blade. That's right, mounting scroll sanders is as quick and easy as changing your scroll saw blades. 1/4" wide strips, each package contain 4 sanders, assortment packages contain 1 each of 120, 180, 220 and 320 grit sanders.Fits most 5" scroll saws (Delta, Craftsman, Ryobi, Excalibur, DeWalt), but minor modifications may be required to throat insert or table opening depending upon size of sander used. Please check your table/throat plate opening before ordering.Does not fit RBI, Reliant, or Moto-Shop.
  • 1/4" wide strips, each package contain 4 sanders
  • Assortment packages contain 1 each of 120, 180, 220 and 320 grit sanders.
  • Fits most 5" scroll saws
  • Please check your table/throat plate opening before ordering.

Reviews

3.25 out of 5 stars
4 Reviews
  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Says it does not fit RBI....

    Well, I refute the claim that this product DOES NOT fit RBI saws. I acquired a used RBI 226 VS... with a slight modification to the tab, it does fit. They are good. MY first attempt the belt broke. Don't believe everything you read. At worst, you can use this as a tight spot hand sander piece.

  2. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    pinless can be used in pin scroll

    To the person that bought painless instead of pin. You can use the painless in a pin scroll. Remove the small bolt that holds end of blade and when reinstalling reverse the nut. You now have a painless scroll.

  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Scroll Saw sanding strips

    I'm making a wooden gear clock, I have a lot of teeth that need to be 'tuned up'. These work pretty well for that, but not great. They have very little surface area so obviously they don't last long. (they work better with a ZCI) They're too long for my Delta saw but the ends are plastic and can be easily cut. And they don't come in a wide variety of grits. But if you don't have a strip sander they may be your best option.

  4. 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Wrong ones

    I mistakenly ordered the pinless instead of the pin type (what I needed). [...]So, now I am stuck with something I can't use [...]

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