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Company: Dixon Abrasives
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Name:Adam West
Phone:9512454200
Location: 571 Birch Street
Lake Elsinore, CA  92530
Website: www.surfprepsanding.com
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Forum threads this member is participating in:
Architectural Woodworking Forum
  Re: sanding profiled trim and molding   08/13
  Re: sanding profiled trim and molding   08/13
Cabinetmaking Forum
  Re: Calibrating WIDE BELT sander   01/30
  Re: Double vs Triple Head Sander   02/05
  Re: Double vs Triple Head Sander   02/05
  Re: Double vs Triple Head Sander   02/05
  Re: Double vs Triple Head Sander   02/05
  Re: Double vs Triple Head Sander   02/06
  Re: Double vs Triple Head Sander   02/06
  Re: Double vs Triple Head Sander   02/07
  Re: Laguna wide belt sander   03/23
  Re: New wide belt   09/10
Dust Collection, Safety and Plant Operation Forum
  Re: SCM Sandya 3   01/04
Finishing Forum
  Re: Recomendation on Sander + Wirebrush Machine (mid-size prodduction floor   03/25
  Re: Sand Paper   09/10
Furniture Forum
  Re: wide belt sander problem   03/29
Laminating and Solid Surfacing Forum
  Re: Sanding SS sink   02/03
  Re: Avonite gloss finish   07/24
  Re: Alternating glossiness in solid surface   07/24
Solid Wood Machining Forum
  Re: Widebelt accuracy   12/04
  Re: Brush Sander Grits   12/04
  Re: Stroke Sander: Good for finish sanding?   12/23
  Re: Chatter on side profile cutter   01/04
  Re: Contact Roller for Wide Belt   07/24
  Re: Contact Roller for Wide Belt   07/24
  Re: adhesive of sanding conveyor belt   07/24
  Re: Kundig sander   07/30
  Re: 72'' or longer straight metal bar   02/12
  Re: Widebelt thickness   09/10
  Re: wide belt sander   09/10
  Re: Belt Sander thickness tolerances   09/21
WOODnetWORK Forum
  Article on single head wide belt sanders   03/03
  Re: Article on single head wide belt sanders   03/24
  Re: Article on single head wide belt sanders   03/24
  Re: Article on understanding wide belt grit sequences   03/24