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-PVC Clamp


-PVC Gobar

-Gobar Deck

-Sandpaper Cutter

-Sanding Block

-Fret File

-Bending Jig

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Sandpaper Cutter
A good time saver, this simple jig will cut your standard sheets of sandpaper like a dream.
A standard sheet of sandpaper measures: 9" x 11"

Sandpaper Cutter  

Sandpaper Cutter
1 piece 1/2" or 3/4" thick Plywood by 12" width and 14" length

Small wood screws (2)

1/4 or 3/8" washers (2)

1 old or new hacksaw blade standard 1/2 inch by 12 inch length

12 inch plastic or wood flat ruler

1. On 12" x 14" plywood piece draw vertical center line dividing 2" width into 6 inches.

2.On your 12" ruler...saw cut a 3/8 inch deep saw kerf starting on The 5 and inch line..and another saw cut on the 6" line. Chisel out to create a inch by 3/8 inch deep notch in the ruler.

3. Glue ruler horizontally onto bottom of your plywood piece so That the center line is in line with the 6" indication on your ruler.

Actual Cutter  

Assembly Continued:
4. Align hacksaw blade so teeth are in line with vertical line on Plywood board and one end of hacksaw blade is in notch of Ruler.

5. Place one washer under each end of hacksaw blade in Line with hacksaw blade predrilled holes. This will give space for your sandpaper to slide under it easily. Screw each end to the Plywood.

In Use  

Sandpaper Cutter In Use:
To Use, slide sandpaper under hacksaw blade abrasive side down. Adjust sandpaper to whatever width using ruler to measure Press down on hacksaw blade and tear.

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