Portable Belt Sander 101

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Re: Portable Belt Sander 101

Postby halfdome, Danny » Fri Sep 13, 2019 5:34 pm

Roly Nelson wrote:Hello fellow teardroppers, I've been gone for many years and am impressed that my beltsander tips are still being shared. At 87 years old, I intend to continue woodworking until I drop.. :) :applause: :beer:

Hi Roly :shake hands: it has been a long time since you've graced these pages.
What have you been making or in the process of making in your wood shop?
We've missed your April fools pranks.
Take care, great to see your still around. :D Danny
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Re: Portable Belt Sander 101

Postby Greg M » Fri Sep 13, 2019 8:00 pm

Nice to see you Roly, whatcha been building lately?
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