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Olson SC92262BL
Item 127428

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

$9.50

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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...

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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

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    I would buy this product again

    Used on the scroll saw

  2. 2.0 out of 5 stars
    by on

    Work but Break VERY quickly

    While the sanding strips worked,they broke way too quickly to be called effective. I used these on a Dewalt Scroll Saw and while they installed very easily, they broke equally well. I didn't over tensioned them or force them into tight spots. They simply broke at the mount point twice, on two of the 4 strips I used. I wouldn't pay for them again, rather I will go through the "pain" of sanding by hand. Great idea in thought, terrible design in execution. Sorry.

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