Our Guinevere Kirjes SMALL Bowl Sanding Drum allows you to sand the inside bottom of a small bowl or cup. It reaches those hard to reach areas only before done by hand sanding. The Small Round Sander is excellent for sanding concave and contoured surfaces, inside and the bottom of carved or turned bowls, and perfect for sanding a cup or spoon. This sander is unbelievable on miniatures. It virtually eliminates the need for hand sanding in micro tight areas. It is also the smallest dome sander in the world and has proven hugely popular. The sander head is ¾” diameter x ¾” L (19mm x 19mm)
How the system works:
The Sander is pumped up through an air inlet in the drive shaft. The air valve design leaves the bottom flat without a protruding valve on the sanders. This patented solution made it possible to make superior cylindrical drum sanders as well as rounded sanders. Requiring little inflation, the molded rubber bulb on all sanders flexes and changes shape. This makes them soft all the way to the edge.
With the choice of four (4) grits from coarse to extra fine, Guinevere® eliminates scratches and allows you to apply the sander’s total width against the work piece or to use only the edge in all kinds of complex sanding. The sander actually becomes flat when pressed against a flat surface and round when pressed against a round surface i.e. the sanders conform to the underlying surface. Consequently the sanders should be filled with very little air (the round sander, 11341, needs to be pumped slightly harder than the drum sander).
The sander actually becomes flat when pressed against a flat surface and round when pressed against a round surface i.e. the sanders conform to the underlying surface. Consequently the sanders should be filled with very little air. The #120 Drum has a 3/4" Diameter and is 1" long with a 1/4" Diameter Shaft.
This is the most revolutionary sanding system to come out in years. Guinevere uses inflatable rubber sanders, each with four sanding sleeves. They can be fitted either to a flexible shaft or the quiet 1⁄2 HP motor. Watch our Video ...see below!