How to make a spinning drum sander for drill press

To make this drill press drum sander I use a bearing that helps to keep the drum sander always straight. I also show how to rectify and how to true the drum sander to make a perfect cylinder. I also make a drill press table to fit the bearing and to sand the workpieces easily.

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Initially, What is a drum sander?
A drum sander is a particularly incredible woodworking maker developed to sand and complete large wood surface areas on a system comparable to a density planer. Within the drum sander the sandpaper moves on a constant loop (like a planer) through a sanding drum. The majority of drum sanders use pretty simple sand paper modifications and provide great results with much less bulk and much less price than a wide-belt sander.

Double Drum Sander:
A dual drum sander has 2 sanding drums. The double drum is a bit more costly, however it does save a terrific offer of time and energy.

Oscillating and Non-Oscillating:
Many basic drum sanders are non-oscillating, but don't let that get you down, they still perform with unexpected smoothness. Oscillation technology is fairly brand-new in drum sanders. The oscillation supplies more motion in more instructions for a smoother, finer finish to your products. The drum presses the product forward and the oscillator moves the abrasive belt from side to side. This extra motion delivers a seriously smooth finish in much less time.

Prices and Brands:
Drums sanders vary in cost from anywhere in between $400 and $2,200. The more pricey designs tend to have better dust collection and anti-vibration technologies, but the majority of specifically, they are just larger to accommodate larger panels and bigger projects.
Jet/Performax makes an awesome single drum sander, Steel City just makes a dual drum while Delta only makes a single; Powermatic makes a great dual drum sander. All these are excellent brand names to search for when checking out which drum sander best suits you and your expert needs.

Some drum sanders can be compact enough for a bench-top, while others are more detailed to the size of a washering. Craftsmen of all qualities and with all shop sizes can be pleased and accommodated with a drum sander because of this range. This device makes sanding and completing a a lot easier, much cleaner, and much quicker procedure. With a drum sander woodworkers, carpenters, and craftsmen can be positive in their projects and products. Pleased crafting!


A drum sander is a particularly awesome woodworking machine designed to sand and end up big wood surfaces on a mechanism comparable to a density planer. Within the drum sander the sandpaper moves on a constant loop (like a planer) through a sanding drum. Drum sanders have a height modification to enable for around 4 inches, take or give, of thickness to be passed through. A lot of drum sanders offer pretty simple sand paper modifications and provide great results with much less bulk and much less cost than a wide-belt sander.

A double drum sander has two sanding drums.
To make this drill press drum sander I use a bearing that helps to keep the drum sander always straight. I also show how to rectify and how to true the drum sander to make a perfect cylinder. I also make a drill press table to fit the bearing and to sand the workpieces easily.Watch here how to make a disc san...