2016-09-27 (Tu) Clockwork Theremin

A Dremel contouring sander was purchased in order to smooth the valleys between the gear teeth. This area has been notoriously difficult to reach with power tools. A week ago a tooth sanding tool was created for this very purpose but a power tool solution would likely save time, work and wrist fatigue.

 Sanding attachment on oscillating tool next to gear

Only the coarse sand paper was used so some of the edges were not entirely finished. This small level of detail should not be noticeable from a distance and may wear off during use.

Close up of sanded teeth

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