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Published on May 27, 2010
This is the tenth video in a detailed series featuring important aspects of finishing, sanding, gluing and clamping a traditional solid wood door. http://AskWoodman.com/
Video 10 shows how to save time and money by using standard sheets of sandpaper and a half sheet sander. Woodman explains how this is the most economical way to buy and use sandpaper, especially when you cut it down yourself. He shows easy technique to quickly split the full sheets of sandpaper into exact halves for use on a half sheet sander. Woodman recommends using high quality paper which will save you money in time and paper. He stresses "Sanding The Sequence" and briefly discusses his sanding theory. Woodman uses a Festool halfsheet sander the majority of his sanding work. (See video 11 for more details on this) ______________________________________
Be sure to check out the other videos in the Solid Wood Door Series. The complete series starts with explaining how to build a stunning tung oil based finish using Waterlox Original. It also shows detailed instruction for how to prep the surface, how to glue and clamp mortise and tenon joints using PC7 and various clamps, how to make blow out repairs, and multiple sanding techniques and philosophy. As a bonus, you'll see my very unique door holding system that spins effortlessly on a rotisserie style mechanism to ensure perfect finish application. ______________________________________
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