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The manufacturer of the Wagner Safe-T-Planer has retired, so we no longer have access to this great tool. We will continue to produce the Wagner Safe-T-Planer Sanding Disc for a short while for those who already have a Safe-T-Planer.
LMI created the SPSPSD sanding disc to key into the Wagner Safe-T-Planer. Simply remove the Safe-T-Planer cutters, then insert the sanding disc using the Safe-T-Planer's screws (don't over tighten). The sander can be outfitted with self-adhesive sandpaper, or you might prefer to use spray on adhesive to affix the paper to your disc. The sandpaper will need to be cut down to the dimensions of the cutter. This can easily be done using an Exacto knife or a razor blade. LMI sells Tri-M-ite™ self-adhesive sandpaper in rolls that work great with this sander. We recommend you buy 2 or 3 sanding discs and keep a dedicated paper on each. This is a great tool for sanding nuts and saddles, bridges, braces, and even backs, sides and tops. Be sure to watch our video on this page for tool use and recommendations.
It's important when using the Safe-T-Planer Sanding Disc that your drill press table is perpendicular to the drill press shaft. Using our DPPT Drill Press Perpendicularity Tester makes this job a snap. Simply chuck up the tester and level the table in one direction (side to side), then the other (front to back). Your drill press table clamp should be tight when testing for perpendicularity.