I have a 12" delta table top disc sander with some very rough sandpaper on
it. I bought it from a friend when he moved.
I really like it for rough sanding, but quite often it burns the wood. How
do I eliminate this?
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Fresh sand paper, low pressure, short "pressure periods" and an abrasive cleaner
block to keep the paper clean..
Most burning on a disk sander (and most folks burn wood at first on one) is
caused by too much pressure on the disk and clogged sandpaper... both contribute
to heat buildup..
As in all other types of sanding, use light pressure against the disk.. let the
paper do the work..
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