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Posted by Joe Lombardo on May 26, 2004
So do you rotate the board as you sand, or can you use a back and forth motion?
Also, it sounds like the fairing board is used for the lower grit work (80-120), and the finer work is done with a Random Orbital Sander. Or did you just say that you start with an ROS, then fairing board, and then return to the ROS for fine grained sanding?
As far as rounding the chines, do you try to bend the fairing board around the chine? Wont it break?
In Response to: Re: Fairing Board by Dave Houser on May 26, 2004