Lathe Disk Sander #4 Ponceuse à disque pour tour à bois.

Les coins ont été arrondis et toutes les arêtes adoucies, sauf le côté adjacent au disque.

The corners have been rounded over and all egdes chamfered, except the edge adjacent to the disk.

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Ici je localise où percer pour les vis qui maintiendront le dessus sur les deux côtés.

Here I’m locating where to drill for the screws to attach the top to the two sides.

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La perceuse à colonne permet de percer perpendiculairement.

The drill press enables to drill perpendicularly.

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Les trous sont fraisés pour caler les têtes de vis.

The holes are chamfered to sink the head of the screws.

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La table est complétée. Grâce à la clé, elle sera placée sur le tour à bois en un clin d’œil.

The table is completed. Because of the key, it will be set on the lathe in a blink of an eye.

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Je retire le film derrière le disque à poncer autocollant.

I remove the lining behind the self adhesive disk.

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Bien centré, n’est-ce pas ?

Perfectly centered, right?

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Puisque j’ai un rouleau, je favorise ainsi une bonne prise.

Since I have a roller, I should end up with a good bond.

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Finalement, j’ajoute l’adaptateur pour l’aspiration de la poussière.

Finally, I’m adding the dust port.

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Ces vis à tête vraiment plates sont idéales pour ce genre d’application.

These really flat head screws are ideal for such application.

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Ça fonctionne très bien et l’aspiration de la poussière est vraiment excellente.

It works great and the dust collection is really excellent.

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2 Responses to Lathe Disk Sander #4 Ponceuse à disque pour tour à bois.

  1. Nicely made accessory. Just remember not to use the right side of the table, right?

    Where in the heck did you find those screws? I’ve never seen one with that flat and thin a head before.

    • Thanks, Chris.

      You’re right, when used on the lathe, always use the left side. The right side would throw the dust and perhaps the whole workpiece at you.

      However, since this method can be used with almost any electric motor, where some turn closewise and others counterclockwise, people must keep in mind to use the side spining down. On a prior project, Shopmade Disk Sander, I drew caution marks on the table.

      Best…

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