Discussion in 'Techniques' started by dhbarr, Mar 6, 2017.
Anybody try something like this?
Best use for an electric tooth brush I have seen yet....now where did I put that thing....
Thanks for sharing, I may be converting one soon after reading that.
I have looked at my electric tooth brush often wondering if this sort of thing was doable. Just never went any farther.
That's a great idea! You don't even have to buy a new base if you have replaceable tips.
Gets a Thumbs Up here.
After wishing my Black and Decker "Mouse" sander was smaller, I considered doing the same thing at one point. Never got around to it but may have to revisit the project if I can pick up an el cheapo toothbrush.
Thanks for sharing that link. I can think of many ways to use a small head sander like that
Well, now I know what I'm doing tomorrow. Great idea, thanks for sharing.
Just made one of these, it works great! Takes wood filler off tube spirals like a champ!
I like the toothbrush hack. Clever.
I have one of these dental drills that works great:
$120AUD including freight.
They mention that it includes compressor, but it is just a translation failure. You need to feed it compressed air.
Works great as a toolpost grinder on the lathe too.
Works well, but I suspect for sanding that the toothbrush may do a better job!
Picked up the parts the other day, but just got around to putting it together. Amazing little tool. I tested it out on some Bondo Glazing and Spot Putty I used to fill the spirals on my Airborne Surveillance Missile. Worked fantastic, my new favorite tool.
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