Micro Mesh Sanding Pad Storage Rack

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Micro Mesh Sanding Pad Storage Rack by tmorris9 Dec 8, 2012
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Micro Mesh pads are high precision double sided flexible foam sanding pads. These are used for model making, headlight restoration, guitar restoration, Polymer clay and much more.
I have been using them to sand my printed Star Trek badges.
I decided I needed a storage container to keep them organized so I built this one.
If you want some of these unique pads you can get them at http://epoxyjewelry.com/misc.html


Nothing special, print with around .25mm layer height and .2 infill

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Would you please also post the original file and not just the STL export?
Thank you.

The original is a .LWO file that most people can't use.

Lightwave is a mesh format many can import.

Okay, I uploaded the Lightwave file

Nice one. I use the pads to polish acrylic pens and pencils that I turn on my wood lathe. A pair of these will simply keeping them ordered as I go through each grit. The colors on that damned chart never really match the colors of the pads so it's easy to get them mixed up.