Sometimes, when turning a cylinder for your woodworking projects, you want it to be perfectly flat, but how do you accomplish that? George Vondriska shows you a foolproof sanding technique that he uses for making a cylinder flat from end to end. A WoodWorkers Guild of America (WWGOA) original video.
Where did you get that respirator? I’ve seen you use it a number of times.
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All that would do for me is give the cylinder a consistent taper.
I agree. Inconsistent pressure along the length will produce a tapered rolling pin. Maybe that works for pie crusts.
That was explained well. Lets take it a step further by asking instead of it being a cylinder that is round what would be the best way of sanding it if it was eliptical