Yes, these were 2 degree angled sanding disks. When you installed it in the
table saw you tilted the arbor 2 degrees, this brought the top center of the
disk to 90 degrees to the table. You were able to feed wood between the disk
and the fence and true up the edge while sanding it. Worked great, left no
circular sanding marks but threw off clouds of dust.
I have that old Craftsman disk. Don't think I ever used it, but it must be
over 20 years old.
Bought an oscillating spindle sander whatchamacallit from Ridgid. It's
much easier to have dedicated equipment.
If you really want that disk, I can possibly find it and send it to you for
$10 + shipping.
I have, and regularly use, the one Woodcraft sells. I also bought
the sand paper for it from Woodcraft as well. I didn't realize it
when I bought it, but if you buy two different grits of paper, you can
stick them on either side of the disk.
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And if the two sides per disk are not enough you can lay out two sanding
disks on top of each other and cut out center circles.....mix and match the
two different grits and glue up on each side......when sanding simply direct
the material to the appropriate location on the disk......Rod
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