I have some abrasive cylinders left from a Black and Decker power tool
attachment that died (bearing failed). It is no longer made, and I
cannot remember what it was called.
It had a long spindle with a handle at the far end (with a bearing) by
which one could hold the thing steady. The abrasive cylinder was held in
place by an internal rubber sleeve that expanded radially as it was
Anybody remember this thing and know what it was called? Yes, I've
Googled everything I can think of, but without success.
Aha! The word "drum" hadn't occurred to me. Thanks.
It would be much closer to that than to what B&D now shows as "drum
Mine are 6" x 1.5"
Haven't found it, but I did find this:
Turn your drill press into a lathe.
As for what you're looking for, I found this:
Which came from here:
Is that sort-of what you're looking for?
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