Handy sander

Peej

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I am sat at work bored as it normally is on nights. I've been playing with the hole punch (small things amuse small minds) and I thought if I used this on some wet and dry and glued the small disc onto a piece of old sprue it would make a handy little sander for those hard to reach places and mould release marks. A few could be made up to keep on the bench. Just a thought but I'm going to give it a go.
 

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I am sat at work bored as it normally is on nights. I've been playing with the hole punch (small things amuse small minds) and I thought if I used this on some wet and dry and glued the small disc onto a piece of old sprue it would make a handy little sander for those hard to reach places and mould release marks. A few could be made up to keep on the bench. Just a thought but I'm going to give it a go.
To take your idea a stage further. A chap once had the idea of taking your 'punched' discs, and mounting them on an old electric tooth brush. And the hobby electric sander was invented.