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 Post subject: Re: Grip sanding.
PostPosted: 12 Mar 2017, 08:08 
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zeio wrote:
That tells me you folks are not used to sanding.


Sure. I haven't done any woodwork or sanded a blade for at least half a doz years. But I can still tell you that 200grit is coarser than 400 and you've got it the wrong way around.

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 Post subject: Re: Grip sanding.
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Oops, just realized I had it the other way around.

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 Post subject: Re: Grip sanding.
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 Post subject: Re: Grip sanding.
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zeio wrote:
That tells me you folks are not used to sanding.


Don't know about "used to standing" but I spent an hour last night reducing a foot of 20mm dowel to 17mm to fit inside some PVC conduit. I used 100 grit, I imagine it would have taken 4 hours with 200 grit.. :lol: I'll have to admit I was sick of sanding after that.. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Grip sanding.
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someone needs a lathe :rofl:

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 Post subject: Re: Grip sanding.
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If I ever decide to do this full time (or even five hours a week) then I'll need a lathe.. Actually I do have a lathe but it's a little toy one and the chuck is nowhere near 20mm.. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Grip sanding.
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iskandar taib wrote:
Don't even think of just using your fingers and a sheet of sandpaper.

Too late! :D Actually, I shaved the wing with an X-acto blade before the fingers-and-sandpaper bit. The shaping is on the forehand side to prevent thumb chafing when using the service grip.
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Side view shows the same sanded area, plus 2mm thick self-adhesive cork tile on the back. Incidentally, that's Karis M (red) on the BH and Tenergy 25 (black) on FH. Very short pimples on both, but much wider on T25. Also note the difference between using a fresh blade to cut the rubber (top) and a dull blade (bottom). :sweat: I didn't sand the grip per se, though – it's super comfortable as is!
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