SandDevil - Hand sander using sanding belts

SandDevil - Hand sander using sanding belts

Chris   October 07, 2008  
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What do you do when you need to hand sand something on the job? If you are like me you grab an extra sanding belt from your electric belt sander, cut a piece of wood to length and width,  and then try to get a tight fit inside your belt. For a while now I have been thinking of how I could improve upon this method.


SandDevil - Hand sander using sanding belts


The SandDevil is the answer to all of my complaints, and is actually exactly what I was thinking of building myself. It works in the same way as a normal electric belt sander to hold the paper; using a locking lever to expand the sander against the belt. The SandDevil can use a standard 3 x 21" belts, and provides easy access to flat, curved and angled surfaces, including hard to reach corners and edges. 

Added this to my Christmas wish list :) 

You can pick up the SandDevil at Amazon for just under $20. This is actually an even better deal then is looks because it comes with five 3 x 21" sanding belts (50, 80, 100, 120 & 150 grit)