Woodworking Tips – Sanding Dust Collection & Quality of Work

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Woodworking Tips -  Sanding Dust Collection & Quality of Work

Woodworking Tips – You can make your woodworking career last longer and your finished pieces look sharper if you invest in good dust collection options for your random orbit sander. George Vondriska gives you some expert buying advice for finding and operating sanders and dust collectors that will help you to improve the quality of your work, maximize the life of your abrasives and minimize the amount of sawdust that ends up in your lungs.

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  • Pikubird Ok
    August 7, 2016

    thx. very good video. subbed and liked.

  • Sailor Popy
    August 7, 2016

    very informative and to the point, no BS.. Great video.

  • missingno777
    August 7, 2016

    Great video, and a great point about just sanding the dust not the wood. I much prefer these than videos than ones that seem to be blatant ads for large expensive machines. I did a work trial at a rustic furniture building shop (timber slabs, not milled boards) and there's a lot of sanding involved. There was no dust collection. Should I be accepted as an apprentice, and as we all know apprentices do the sanding, this is going to change.

  • sootydave1
    August 7, 2016

    Real good advice. Love video's you produce, always informative and to the point. No long drawn out chat about none related stuff. Keep um coming. and as they say hear in the Carolina s. Let's get er done…..