>I'm wondering if a sanding disk is available that can be mounted
>in place of the 10" blade on a table saw. It seems quite sensible
>to me, but I can't seem to find such a thing in a tool catalog.
>I recently received the Enco catalog thanks to some knowledgable
>list member, but they don't have it either.
>Perhaps one could grind the teeth off of a plywood blade and
>use pressure sensitive sandpaper on one side. Or maybe a disk
>could be cut out of flat steel stock without too much trouble.
>Anyway, I'm too cheap to buy a table sander, and I really don't
>have room for one anyway. Any thoughts about this?
Since saw bearings and housings are not designed for side loads and
scattering of abrasives, I don't think I would do this.
A used table sander is a lot cheaper than messing up a precision tool like a
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