Re: [DML] blending wheel
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Re: [DML] blending wheel



Be careful.  One of the guys, no longer with us, used to put blending 
pads on the DA.  DA is body-guy terminology for a back-and-forth 
vibrating sander.  When he wasn't careful or attentive, he would get an 
interesting, but undesirable, plaid effect on the stainless.  We do it 
manually now.
Warren at DMC



Daniel wrote:
> Hello all,
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> Now I know most of us are familiar with the aro flap wheel tool used
> to lay the initial grain in the DeLorean stainless. My question to you
> all; is there any kind of "blending wheel" using the blending pad
> material? I think it would make the blending of the car much easier
> and faster. Any thoughts? 
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