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Is 55W enough for a sander?

It depends on what you're doing. Those mouse detail sanders are for getting into corners and doing light-duty work. I would not call it a "general use" sander unless you have a lot of time to kill and ...
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Good methods for scuffing/sanding ready-built furniture with contours for repainting

and I know the first job one must do is to sand and scuff the existing paintwork in order to help the new paint/primer adhere to the surface Actually the first job should often be to clean the piece ...
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Planer/jointer/thicknesser worth it?

I belong to a makerspace which has a really great wood working section. My favorite tool is the laser cutter but I got tired of the look of 1/4" thick plywood and wanted to experiment with other ...
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Is 55W enough for a sander?

I have the mouse sander and love it. I have used it mainly to refinish chairs as they have lots of nooks and crannies. However, it is very challenging to switch the tip out as the screw is teeny, and ...
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High or Low RPM for sanding Epoxy layer on wood?

Unfortunately this is one of those things which comes down to the ever-regrettable it depends. There are numerous variables that are important to any specific situation of sanding epoxy and they go ...
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