WoodRiver - 10" Table Saw Sanding Disc Mounting Plate
By using your miter gauge you can quickly sand and square ends. Tilt your arbor and sand angled edges exactly. 10" machined disk has a 5/8" arbor hole. 1/8" thick steel plate weighs 2.69lbs.10"...
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- 10" machined steel plate
- Thickness 1/8"
- weighs 2.69lbs
Glad I bought it
Makes it easy to sand large pieces.
Just what you need in the small shop
If you have a small sop, this is the produt!
works as advertised
Works like a charm. Would prefer to have the sand paper removeable and reuseable.
I WOULD RECCOMMEND THIS PRODUCT
USED TO SAND AND SHAPE HULLS ON MODEL BOATS.
I've just used the product for the first time, and it worked fine. Easy to use and does a good job.
I will buy this product again
it finally giv's the possibility to have a big sanding disc right on the saw table
Worked well on my table saw preparing the surfaces for glue-up.
Works like they said it would
Very heavy and solid. With 120 grit I could sand edges smooth enough to glue. Wish I had space for an old, small table saw to make it permanent. So far it was a good investment.
Very Handy in a cramped shopspace!
I half-expected to have ripped sandpaper or at least some residual adhesive left on the disc to clean up when changing the sandpaper on this wheel, but delighted when it came off clean every time. lifespan of the sanding discs themselves leaves a little to be desired considering the cost-per-unit, but a very handy addition to my shop, and a very necessary tool in my arsenal.
Not flat; useless for squaring
The disk is dished, concave on one side, convex on the other; no flat area anywhere; useless for squaring operations. What is it for?
Not happy with this one no instuctions
I would recomend this proudct to anyone
I was given a 2nd tablesaw I set it up with this sanding disk an have a sanding table and I LOVE IT !!!
A good concept but...
With limited shop space this seemed like a good addition for some of my projects. [...]
Valuable accessory for the table saw
I used the disk sander to square ends of boards for building a basketball goal clothes hamper for my grandsons. I used a 1X3 and carpenter's triangle to make a guide to set the 90 deg. angle. The ends were checked with a square and were perfect. Made the project a lot easier and quicker. Also, less expensive than buying a disk sander which is a smaller diameter.
For precision work
Allows for very precise shaping of wood by being able to use the table saw top as a support. Easy to install. I wonder how easy it is to remove the sandpaper from the disk once it has been used up.