Wooden Sander

Introduction: Wooden Sander

About: Hi, I am 17 years old and I love making new things and learn something new along the way, so E-Mail me at: josephabulail@yahoo.com

This is an easy project that you can make at home in less than 2 hours, it is a wooden Sander, a sander made of wood, you could use this to sand the places you can't get to, such as this wooden structure that I am sanding (Note: This is for a future project).

Follow each step carefully, and read the description for each step.

Step 1: Tools and Items

For this project you will need:

1. Scissors.

2. Tape.

3. Pen/Pencil.

4. Ruler.

5. The Sandpaper you want to attach and 150 grid sandpaper.

6. Stapler.

7. A cutting tool of your choice: I am using a wooden saw because it's easy to handle and work with.

8. Drill (Optional).

9. 1/8 inch Drill Bit (Optional)

And for the wood use something thin, I am using a 20 Cm * 10 Cm * 0.5 Cm wooden plate.

Get those materials and let's start.

Step 2: Drawing

For the drawing steps, you need an A4 paper, then:

1. Using a ruler draw a horizontal 3.5 Cm line.

2. Then draw two vertical 10.7 Cm lines on each side of the first line.

3. Draw a 7 Cm handle without the ruler.

4. Cut the piece using scissors to get the desired shape.

Step 3: Cutting the Wood

Add some tape to the piece we have just cut and stick it to the wooden plate then:

1. Cut it using your cutting tool.

2. Once done, use 150 sandpaper to sand the piece and give it a nice look.

Step 4: Add the Sandpaper

Our model is complete, now add some sandpaper using the staplers and you're ready to go sanding anything you want.

Step 5: Modifications

Add the 1/8 drill bit to give it a cool design.

Thanks for making, don't forget to leave a like and a comment to tell me what you think of it.

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    3 Discussions


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Instead of staples I use aerosol glue to stick sandpaper to blocks, or backing boards. Protruding staples could scratch what I am trying to sand.


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Great job on your first Instructable! This looks like a useful tool. I hope we see more from you in the future.


    Reply 5 years ago

    Thank you for viewing it