Guinever Inflatable Sander Kit Ideal For Difficut Profile Sanding #11306 06

Guinever Inflatable Sander Kit Ideal For Difficut Profile Sanding #11306 06

Total Sanding Kit Includes: Hand Pump (11320A), Cleaning Stick (11331), Inflatable Round Sander (11341A), Coarse Sleeve 60 grit (11343A), Medium Sleeve 120 grit (11344A), Fine Sleeve 180 grit (11345A), Extra Fine Sleeve 320 grit (11346A), Inflatable Drum Sander (11351A), Coarse Sleeve 80 grit (11353A), Medium Sleeve 150 grit (11354A), Fine Sleeve 220 grit (11355A), Extra Fine Sleeve 320 grit (11356A), Guinevere Small Sander (11361A), Small Sleeve Coarse 80 grit (11363A), Small Sleeves Medium 150 grit (11364A), Small Sleeves Fine 220 grit (11365A), Small Sleeves Extra Fine 320 grit (11366A), Drum Sander Long (11371A), Long Sleeves Coarse 80 grit (11373A), Long Sleeves Medium 150 grit (11374A), Long Sleeve Fine 220 grit (11375A), Long Sleeve Extra Fine 320 grit (11376A), Small Round Sander (11361SR-A), Small Round Coarse 80 grit Sleeves (11363SR-A), Small Round Medium 150 grit Sleeve (11364SR-A), Small Round Xtra Fine 320 grit Sleeves (11366SR-A), Allen Key for Sanders (11323). It is a well-known fact within woodworking circles that pneumatic or inflatable sanders achieve fast, gentle and smooth sanding. Building on this knowledge Kirjes developed not only the inflatable sanders under a new patented design but also a complete well balanced sanding and polishing system suitable for wood, metal, plastic, bone and horn. It is, with out doubt, the most revolutionary sanding system to come out in years. Guinevere uses two inflatable rubber sanders, flat and round, each with four sanding sleeves, from coarse to extra fine, fitted either to a flexible shaft or the quiet 12 HP (300 watt) motor. The inflatable sanders are ruggedly built from Swedish steel and heavy rubber. From the quiet yet powerful motor to the complete range of long life sanding cloth sleeves, Guinevere ensures complete control over the sanding process. This system easily eliminates your laborious hand sanding process, saving you countless hours of sanding while puffing a beautiful, silky smooth finish on your masterpieces. You will actually enjoy this sanding experience. A Treasure Of Natural Beauty Within The Wood. Underneath all that wood, often deep in the grain, waiting for you to reveal its natural beauty- lies the treasure within! And in every creation made from wood it really is there, that beautiful silky smooth surface, even though it might still be concealed from the human eye. What can bring this feeling and beauty to the world? Only with Guinevere can you touch wood and experience a smoothness and velvet touch that is truly unique, revealing its natural beauty, structure and colors. Its a Wow feeling. Using Guinevere isnt just about sanding Its a rewarding journey every time. The velvet wooden surface also protects the wood from dirt and moisture, minimizing application of finishing substances such as fillers, oils, stains and waxes. Uses Guinevere is a complete sanding system- without equal! Simply defined, it conforms to the shape of your work, whether concave, convex or flat. This patented system is ideal for difficult profiles, finishing small to medium carvings, boxes, bowls, musical instruments, duck decoys, walking sticks, fine furniture, toys, spoons, 3D-intarsia, taxidermy and a myriad of other DIY applications. The dome shaped round sander is also particularly well suited for round, curved, bulging or cup-formed shapes where the drum sander is great for puffing the finishing touches on small to medium flat surfaces. Both are real humdinger, first class accessories. The Guinevere Inflatable Sanders are pumped up through an air inlet in the drive shaft located in the bottom of each sander. The air valve design leaves the bottom flat without a clumsy protruding valve on the sanders. This patented solution made it possible to make superior cylindrical drum sanders as well as a unique rounded sander with a dome shape at the business end. This molded rubber bulb constantly flexes and changes shape, making the sanders soft all the way to the edge. With the choice of four (4) grits from course to extra fine, Guinevere eliminates scratches and allows you to apply the sanders 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. The sanders conform to the underlying surface. Consequently the sanders should be filled with very little air (the round sander, part number 11341, needs to be pumped slightly harder than the drum sander). Every sanding sleeve is made to specifically fit each inflatable sander. The sanding cloth material is highly flexible and made of the very best quality, sanding not only wood but also metals, plastic, bone and horn. To ensure maximum performance, it is therefore essential that only original Guinevere long-life sanding sleeves are used. On the round sander, the improved and original overlapping design of the sanding sleeves is to ensure longevity and optimum effectiveness in awkward places. As the sanders are both round and soft the tendency for them to be clogged by dust and resin is very small compared, for example, with rotating paper discs. The sharpness of the abrasive lasts a long time, however, we highly recommend using a cleaning stick to considerably extend the working life of each sleeve. Cleaning sticks are included in each sanding set and are also available separately. We strongly recommend sanding with our flexible shaft since you can clearly see your progress whilst the sander smoothly follows the contours of your work piece. The flex shafts high quality, vibration free design is optimally matched to the mandrels on each sander which makes them the ideal combination. With a maximum reach of 5 1 (1300mm) the flexible shaft, connected to the easily movable Sanding and Polishing Motor will allow you tremendous flexibility and maneuverability in most work positions. The shaft is intended for low-speed use, around 3000rpm, mainly for sanding and polishing. This quality Swedish Flex shaft has 2 encapsulated ball bearings in the hand piece and one in the drive end for continuous work and is extremely flexible due greatly to the double spiral steel cord in the protective tube. The shaft is rated between 3,000 10,000 rpm with a key chuck from 1/16 3/8 (1.5mm -10 mm). Sanding and Polishing Motor. This small and portable, extremely quiet but powerful sanding and polishing motor is optimized for use with our flexible shaft and inflatable sanders. The Y2hp (300 watt) motor is fitted with two chucks that open from 1/16 3/8 (1.5mm -10 mm). This means that you can quickly change between different combinations of sanders and grits. You can mount the flex shaft with one sander to one end of the motor chuck with the other sander fitted to the remaining chuck. Both chucks are tapered-connected to the motor shaft guaranteeing smooth, vibration-free running. With safety being our top priority we also engineered precautions to ensure that the motor stops if a sander gets stuck for some unexpected reason. CHECK OUT LANCELOT & SQUIRE SAW CHAIN DISC IN OUR STORE. Lancelot is our flagship blade and winner of the Florida’s Governor’s Award for new products. Squire is a smaller version of Lancelot. These blades are used on disc or angle grinders. Chain – A unique feature about all our chains is that they are a full house design which simply means the chain circlet consists of consecutive left and right teeth – the teeth are not separated by skip links common to standard chain saw. All our blades have twice the amount of regular. CHECK THIS OUT TANDEM COMBINATIONS. Double Up For More Power! Tandem Combinations – Two saw chain cutter accessories used with our universal nut will virtually double productivity in a safe and efficient way. This much is certain – regardless of your choice, any combination will eat and shape wood, ice, rubber, PVC, lime and lucite faster than anything you’ve yet experienced. In addition, you have the bonus that both blades can be used individually. Lancelot Tandems You get more power with two blades. For hog out wood removal use two 14 tooth blades. For more finish and shaping use two 22 tooth blades. How about a compromise and get the best of both worlds? Use a 14 and 22 tooth tandem. Lancelot and Squire Combination If you want to do convex shapes and use the grinder in a sweeping or raking motion to, for example, shape the sides of a bowl or carve the haunches of a rocking horse, then a Squire and Lancelot combination is the best. A 14 tooth Lancelot with a 12 tooth Squire is the most aggressive. The smoothest combination is a 22 tooth with the 18 tooth Squire. You can further custom a tandem with either a 22 tooth and 12 tooth or 14 tooth and 18 tooth combination. Plunge cuts for rough carving. Cutting upwards in a curved surface. Lancelot and Squire are versatile blades which will cut in any direction. Whether using any of the 22 tooth or 14 tooth Lancelots or 18 or 12 tooth Squires, the following tips will apply. Safety & Assembly Instructions Do NOT use Lancelot or Squire on any Makita brand grinders. We only recommend use of 4-1/2 (115mm) angle grinders with a constant pressure switch (paddle, kill or dead man switch). Refer to FAQs, Angle grinders, Can you recommend any specific grinders? DO NOT OPERATE LANCELOT OR SQUIRE WITHOUT FIRST ADJUSTING THE SAFETY GUARD. Your work piece is secured in a work bench, vise or manner that insures it is safe to cut. Youre wearing protective safety clothing and all instructions for the assembly of our tools have been faithfully carried out! You will see constant references to Lancelot, however, you can assume the same principles apply to Squire should you use Squire on its own. Im going to refer to wood as the object being cut, however, if your subject is ice, bonsai trees, rubber or any other soft non-ferrous materials, the cutting techniques are the same. The depth of cut on Lancelot is 1-3/16″, Squire is 11/16″. These tips are written for right hand use carving simply because our tools fit right hand angle grinders. The standard hand position is to lightly but firmly grip the auxiliary handle with your left hand and the body of the grinder with your right. Theres no need to use a vise grip and make your knuckles go white with the pressure – youll exert much easier control with a firm relaxed grip. This is the easiest of all the cuts to execute. Holding the disc grinder and Lancelot in the vertical position with the end of the blade about 2 -3 above the wood, press downwards into the wood and use slight pressure on the handle to cut deeper. Lift out of the wood and down again next to the first cut, repeating this movement until completed. Using this motion constantly with cuts close to each other will result in rapid wood removal leaving ridged surfaces at the bottom which you can smooth out using the side to side or raker cuts. There are so many different applications, lengths and positions for making long or short straight cuts. Is it a log or board requiring one long straight cut or do you need a groove or trench wider than the width of a Lancelot or Squire blade? Are you removing a stump below ground level? Do you want to slice the sides off wood? Is your work piece upright, horizontal, on the ground, on a work bench at waist height or somewhere in between. Whatever your application, the tips below will work for you. To make long or short straight cuts, hold the disc grinder in front of you. The grinder must be switched on prior to making contact with the wood. Cut the wood by pulling Lancelot toward you, against the direction of blade rotation and motor direction. It works safest this way. This cut is totally opposite to the way you make a cut using a circular saw where you push the blade forward and away from you. AGAIN, DO NOT PUSH THE BLADE AWAY FROM YOUR BODY. It is unsafe and you may experience the tendency of Lancelot starting to “run” away from you. Inexperienced users will face the potential of losing control as it “skims” the wood. In general, when making a long cut, position your body and legs comfortably so that you can pull the disc grinder toward you. This is an example of a technique which can apply to any long straight cut. You can either do this with or without a line to guide your direction. For the straightest cut, I suggest you mark a pencil line down the middle of the board. Secure the board so that about 18 is protruding out the left side of the work bench. This is to give sufficient support and prevent the board from swaying underneath as you cut. A second person would be helpful to hold the other end (right hand side) for better balance. In this case, you stand in front of the work bench and turn your body to the left so that the disc grinder is at the end of board. Comfortably lean and position your body to the left of the work bench, switch the disc grinder on and position Lancelot so that the left side of the blade cuts down the center line. Hold the grinder a comfortable arms length from your waist and start cutting by pulling Lancelot toward your waist. You will control the approximate depth by the amount of downward pressure you apply. Dont press too hard or you may go down deeper than you expected. You can easily adjust the depth after your initial pass. Pull Lancelot out once you reach your waist and inspect your line. Readjust your board in the workbench and continue the cut from your last position. Repeat until you complete the cut. Practice will enable you to walk backwards and make long cuts with minimal adjustment to the board in the workbench and achieve even cuts. For cuts of one foot or shorter, start by depressing Lancelot into the wood to the depth you want or as far as the wood will allow, and pull toward you. Repeat this method, making cuts to the left or right, until completed. This method will enable you to cut as wide as you want to go. Once you have widened out the wood to accommodate the width of the disc grinder, repeat the straight cut procedure, but this time youll be cutting at the new, lower level. Repeating this will allow you to go deeper and deeper into the wood. Obviously, you can increase the width and length with each pass. Hold Lancelot above the wood in a vertical position, handle straight up. Switch the grinder on, and tilt it slightly to the left. The handle will be on the right of the blade at about 80° to 85°. Sweep lightly from left to right, left to right about three to four times in the same place across the surface of the wood so that you get the cut started. Then start sweeping left to right, right to left in a continuous motion from side to side. This will allow you to go deeper into the wood with each pass and give you an arched design. You can achieve different effects by using Lancelot in a raking position either from left to right or right to left where removal and shaping is performed with the face of the chain saw teeth. Right to left motion. Turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is at about 10° to the wood surface. Not quite horizontal but close! With this cut it is very important that you change the position of your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. With your left and right arms extended slightly to the right, pull Lancelot lightly across the surface of the wood toward your waist. This cutting action leaves an incredibly smooth surface finish and lets you remove layers of material without gouging the wood. Left to right motion. Everything is the same as “right to left” above except that your arms are extended to the left and you pull the blade across the wood from the left toward your waist. While removing wood rapidly, this motion leaves a nice ridged or “arched” effect on the surface. A word of caution. Any of these cutting actions result in wood shavings being directed rapidly toward your face, which is why we recommend using a full face visor. At 10,000 rpms, they can sting! In combination with a short straight cut and horizontal cut, this method is great for notching, removing stumps and accelerated wood removal by taking 1 blocks out at a time. Firstly, hold the disc grinder in the same way as a raker cut. Simply turn the grinder on its side so that the face of Lancelot is horizontal to the wood. Hold your left hand over the auxiliary handle, similar to holding a bicycle handlebar, palm down. Comfortably adjust your left hand over the right hand side of the grinder. Brace your legs in a slightly bent but firm position so that they balance your body as you make a forward cut as follows. Place Lancelot horizontally against the side of the wood, lean into and apply slight pressure as you cut straight into the side. Follow the cut around the edge of the wood as required. The blade will penetrate a maximum of 1-3/16. Lets say you want to make a notch in a 2×4. You can free form cut it out if you like or pencil mark the notch. Do a short vertical cut across the top, again pulling Lancelot toward your waist and down to the required depth. Then make a horizontal cut into the side of the wood. This simple process is great for small notches, however, if the length is longer than 1-1/4, make several vertical cuts, the first one being the butt end followed by a series of side by side vertical cuts. You can finish the notch with either a side to side or raker cut. The other method is to make a series of vertical cuts about 1 apart followed by a combination of horizontal and side to side cuts. You can also use the raking cut to finish. Finally, a way to remove unwanted stumps below ground level. If youve got a stump grinder I wont kid you it will do a much faster job but if youve felled a tree or have old useless stumps still in the way of your lawn mower, Lancelot is the only hand held power tool that will do such an incredible job. Youll be working on your knees a majority of the time so you may want to invest in a set of knee pads as well as making sure to have power reaching out to the stump via an approved extension cord for your disc grinder. This job will allow you to use the full range of cuts but heres a simple technique to remove chunks at a time. Make sure you clear dirt away from the base as much as possible to give you room to work below ground level. Youll make short straight cuts in the shape of a series of tic-tac-toe patterns. #, pulling down and across. To start, make your first series of short straight cuts about 1 apart and pull them down to the edge of the stump. These can be as many as the width of the stump will allow. Make the second series of cuts across the first so that you have a pattern of small squares. Position Lancelot horizontally to the stump at the bottom of these squares (about 1 below the top of the squares) and proceed to horizontally cut them out as you scythe through the base of the squares and across the new surface of the stump. Keep repeating this cut to continue lowering the height of the stump as quickly as possible. If youre into free form bowl carving, this is a great cut to shape the inside of bowls. You must already have removed a lot of the center and see a rough shape to the sides. This technique can be used in conjunction with raking and side to side cuts. Looking at the inside of the bowl, hold the disc grinder in the raking position. Pick a starting point at the base of the inside of the bowl. Brace and balance yourself as you gently but firmly push upwards and away from your body toward the top of the wood. Use a smooth controlled motion. Continue this action to shape the inside of the bowl. It will result in rapid wood removal and smooth shaping, taking off light layers at a time. Feathering: Using a gentle touch, you can move across the surface of the wood in any direction using repetitive side to side or up and down motions. Whether you want to shape the sides or top, hold the grinder in the vertical or horizontal position to gently feather small sections at a time. You will find this technique extremely useful toward to the end of your power carving for final shaping and detailing. Always remember to use a very light feather touch – Lancelot can be unforgiving if you make a mistake. CHECK THIS OUT IN OUR STORE. THE ULITIMATE MINIATURE WOODCARVING SET FROM KING ARTHUR’S TOOLS. PERFECT FOR DETAILED WORK. ALL YOU NEED TO START AND FINISH YOUR PROJECTS. NEW ITEM CHECK THIS OUT GO TO GUINEVR SANDING POLISHING SYSTEM. King Arthurs Tools is proud to bring you the Kirjes pneumatic miniature sanding and finishing system from Sweden. Invented by a Swedish fine furniture maker – this complete miniature sanding and polishing system that will change the way you think about sanding and polishing forever! Guinevere® is exclusively distributed by King Arthurs Tools. Introduction It is a well-known fact within woodworking circles that pneumatic or inflatable sanders achieve fast, gentle and smooth sanding. A Treasure Of Natural Beauty Within The Wood Underneath all that wood, often deep in the grain, waiting for you to reveal its natural beauty- lies the treasure within! It’s a “Wow” feeling. Using Guinevere isn’t just about sanding – It’s a rewarding journey every time. The velvet wooden surface also protects the wood from dirt and moisture, minimizing application of finishing substances such as fillers, oils, stains and waxes Guinevere is a complete sanding system- without equal! Inflatable Sanders The Guinevere Inflatable Sanders are pumped up through an air inlet in the drive shaft located in the bottom of each sander. With the choice of four (4) grits from course 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. Sanding Sleeves Every sanding sleeve is made to specifically fit each inflatable sander. Flexible Shaft We strongly recommend sanding with our flexible shaft since you can clearly see your progress whilst the sander smoothly follows the contours of your work piece. The flex shaft’s high quality, vibration free design is optimally matched to the mandrels on each sander which makes them the ideal combination. The shaft is rated between 3,000 – 10,000 rpm with a key chuck from 1/16″ – 3/8″ (1.5mm -10 mm). Sanding and Polishing Motor This small and portable, extremely quiet but powerful sanding and polishing motor is optimized for use with our flexible shaft and inflatable sanders. The Y2hp (300 watt) motor is fitted with two chucks that open from 1/16″ – 3/8″ (1.5mm -10 mm). Guinevere Flexible Sanding System. Kits – Guinevere Dust Extractor and Polishing Kits. Guinevere Inflatable Sander System. See our PDF Product Catalog. King Arthur’s Tools – Users Comment. Thank you for your good service. ” Torsten Jaeger, Munich, Germany “Holy Smoke! All I can say is that your products are the best thing since SLICED bread. Easy, fine smooth cuts – Your blades are a Godsend. They work like a dream. ” Bob Turel, Florida “I’ve used your products for more than 4 years. Free, Canada Now I feel like Im in the 21st century with this cutter. ” JB Richard, Louisiana “I just got my blades, and, oh my! ” Scott Wilson, Michigan “I have been using the Lancelot for a few years, and Im here to tell you, its the best! My bears love them! ” Bud Carroll, Massachusetts “Lancelot is proving to do the job of wood removal real well and A LOT SAFER than the way I was doing it. ” Lou Morehouse, Florida “You make the greatest tools I have ever used. New Jersey Lancelot is a must in the classroom. We have doubled the projects each student completes. Bocz, Associate Professor, Fine Arts Department, Florida State University. Holly Moses, what a tool!!!!! Installed it on my grinder and it hasn’t rested since till this very moment. To date I have used it to shape timbers for a project, used it to remove rotten wood from a decayed tree, pruned several trees in my yard, tried my hand at carving, removed flooring boards in my barn, helped a neighbor with building an A frame for removing an engine from his car, cut out several “dutchmen” on wooden siding on my shed. And, and, and too many projects to count. This tool is the best thing since the invention of the saber saw. Thanks from a grateful owner Greg. I saw the Merlin miniature carving tool. I saw it on HGTV’s hardware show in Vegas. I just have to get it. Thank you Milda Morse. All I can say is WOW what a great tool. Thanks from all of us wood workers/ Ice sculptors. Yee haa Sig Cousinea. I just ordered one of the kits you sell. I can’t wait to start free hand carving. I like the idea that the chain cutters are lite weight, and very manageable. It will give me another avenue of wooD m really satisfied. It will give me another avenue of wooD. CHECK THIS OUT A WIZARD OF A TOOL. To see our carvers show case, learn about bowl carving, check out FAQ. NEW ITEM CHECK THIS OUT. It will give me another avenue of wood work to learn and explore. The item “GUINEVER INFLATABLE SANDER KIT IDEAL FOR DIFFICUT PROFILE SANDING #11306 06″ is in sale since Tuesday, May 03, 2016. This item is in the category “Crafts\Home Arts & Crafts\Woodworking\Wood Carving Hand Tools”. The seller is “katools3645″ and is located in Tallahassee, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Brand: KING ARTHOUR,S TOOLS
  • Model: INFLATABLE SANDING KIT
  • MPN: #11306
  • Country//Region of Manufacture: United States

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