2016-10-15 (Sa) Power Drill to Belt Sander Conversion INSTRUCTABLE

An Instructable was written to demonstrate the assembly and use of the belt sander conversion parts. Pictures for the project were taken from those used in the blog. Some of the pictures weren't accurate since they were taken before the addition of steel spacers but this was avoided whenever possible.

Instances, like friction welding the drive pulley to the drive plate, were left out until the end. The tripping accident which broke a drive plate with 10% infill was included as a warning to people copying this project.

This project was published at midnight between Saturday and Sunday. Luckily, it gained approval within eleven minutes despite the late hour on a weekend.

** Update ** 2016-10-17 **

This project made the front page! In fact, when the screenshot was taken it was the first thing people see. I'm pretty happy with that.


The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

First time here?

Completed projects from year 1.

Completed projects from year 2.

Completed projects from year 3.

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2016-10-15 (Sa)