Beall Buffing System on a Drill Press?

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Westfarthing Woodworks asked 4 months ago

Is is possible to use the Beall Buffing system on a drill press?

I make band saw boxes.

Are there buffs available to buff into small drawers, etc?

Buffs that would work on a Dremel tool?

Thanks

John

1 Answers
Westfarthing Woodworks answered 4 months ago

Thank you John. The Beall system has bolts in the middle of the buffs, so I bet you could chuck it in the drill press and get a similar effect.

It might be odd buffing sideways, but I do it on occasion with an inexpensive set of buffs that I bought in a discount tool store.

They do make some smaller buffs, and you can see them on their site. As for the Dremel, they make their own buffs, and if you use the same compounds, you should get similar results.

I think the Beall would work well for your box outsides, and then maybe the smaller buffs for the interiors. You would have to see what they sell and how big your interiors are.

Either way, it will be a much faster finish. If you have any more questions please post another question, and happy building.

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