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Craftsman 3d sander - $10.00
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Danielb

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Total Posts: 22
Just thought i would share, the sears craftsman 3d sander is on sale for 9.99 online and instore. It follows the contours nicely.

Here's a link to see more: 3D Sander

Here's a quick review from KMG: KMG Secrets

Dan

Nov 16, 08 | 6:29 pm
Ken Hundley

Total Topics: 40
Total Posts: 2169
I loved mine, but I just burned mine up, can't decide if I should get another one, or just use a detail sander instead.....less chance of tool failure.

Nov 16, 08 | 7:58 pm
Danielb

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Total Posts: 22
Hi Ken,

Seems like they are discontinuing the tool; todays its 8.99 (10% off day). Even with the discontinue, its a great price if you're willing to make up the discs (My local sears in IL have the repalcement pads still)

I agree, I love it and have picked up 2 as i know the day of burnout is coming soon. Just my 2c worth

Nov 16, 08 | 8:08 pm
jplee3

Total Topics: 27
Total Posts: 79
I have one of these and it's still running... of course, I hardly ever use it! For 'detail' sanding, I removed two of the other discs btw. I also was able to pickup a setup of replacement discs for a few bucks too at Sears. It's a pretty nice tool!

Now I'm just trying to figure out what I did with my Pen Sander - I think I lost it!

Jan 30, 09 | 7:56 am
Ken Hundley

Total Topics: 40
Total Posts: 2169
I burned mine up....melted the plastic housing while it was in my hand! I did love using it, but I used it on damp wood, and it wasn't made for that. I need to try to get another one or two.

Jan 30, 09 | 12:06 pm
Ken Hundley

Total Topics: 40
Total Posts: 2169
They are back up to $35 again too.....I thought they were trying to get rid of them?

Jan 30, 09 | 12:17 pm
John S.

Total Topics: 16
Total Posts: 94
The only problem I've had is that Sears never seems to have the replacement disks in stock. If they're discontinuing it I guess that would explain it.

Jan 30, 09 | 1:56 pm
jeremy3220

Total Topics: 29
Total Posts: 242
I've got one of these that I've never used. Are you guys actually using them in guitar building?

Jan 31, 09 | 5:14 am
Bill Cory

Total Topics: 158
Total Posts: 3584
Rarely, when it seems nothing else (including hand sanding) will do what is needed. I've used mine so little that it still has the original discs on it.

Jan 31, 09 | 5:32 am
Ken Cierp

Total Topics: 58
Total Posts: 2262
I use mine all the time tops are contoured, backs are contoured, sides are contoured ---- I do not rough sand anything by hand. I also find it my tool of choice for feathering/thinning the top perimeter -- the poor man's version of Taylor interior routed perimeter.

I have to admit they certainly are not industrial quality -- several years with #1 -- just lucky I guess? Porter Cable Palm and Random Orbit sanders are good bets for heavy duty applications.

Ken

Kenneth Michael Guitars est. 1978

Jan 31, 09 | 7:35 am
Ken Hundley

Total Topics: 40
Total Posts: 2169
I loved mine, but I am not spending $35 again on it. I used it all the time myself, on lots of different projects.....flat ones included.

Feb 01, 09 | 8:04 pm



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