Ponceuse à tambour verticale / Shopmade Spindle Sander

Materiaux : MDF 3/4”, moteur électrique 1/4 HP, interrupteur et fils électrique, vis et colle. J’ai acheté le moteur dans un marché aux puces ou une vente de garage ($10).

Material: 3/4” MDF, electric motor 1/4 HP, switch and electric wire, screws and glue. I bought the motor at a flea market or at a yard sale ($10).

Requis de leevalley.com – Cliquez sur le numéro ( 68K05.0168K02.0268Z02.01 )

Required from leevalley.com – Click on item number ( 68K05.0168K02.0268Z02.01 )

Homemade Spindle Sander / Ponceuse verticale maison

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Homemade Spindle Sander / Ponceuse verticale maison


J’ai demandé à un soudeur d’allonger la clé du mandrin avec un boulon 3/8” de 6″ de long. Il me l’a fait gratuitement (c’est mon gendre).

I asked a welder to elongate the chuck key with a 6″-long 3/8″ bolt. He did it for free (it’s my son-in-law).

Homemade Spindle Sander / Ponceuse verticale maison

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4 Responses to Ponceuse à tambour verticale / Shopmade Spindle Sander

  1. Chuck Gillespie says:

    Serge, Ou avez vous trouves le MDF laminée? Je ne trouves pas ici en Houston Texas. Personne ne le vendre. Je suis besoin de un pièce 12″ par 36″ mais je ne trouve pas.

    • Hi Chuck,
      I found the laminated MDF at a local lumber yard few years ago. However, today this stuff is rare. Last year I think I saw some at The Home Depot. I suggest you ask some of your local lumber yards to see if they can get some for you. Otherwise, use 3/4″ Melamine. This stuff is great too.
      Good luck !
      Serge

  2. Jim Smith Sr. says:

    Serge… You mentioned the chuck key, but never said where you got a chuck? Did it come on the motor you purchased?

    Best Regards,
    Jim

    • Jim, I did mentioned to click on the item numbers. I purchased my chuck from Lee Valley (click on the item numbers) but they don’t hold it anymore. However, it seams that Amazon has at least one model (link).

      The motor I used is a used one that I found in a garage sale.

      Best,

      Serge

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