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"This time of year, I make a lot of toys for family and friends that call for wood wheels. I usually use a hole saw to cut the wheels to size, but that leaves the edges pretty rough. What I needed was an easy way to sand the wheels. My solution is this sanding jig. The jig allows me to sand wheels quickly on a drill press, using a sanding drum attachment".