This new gadget enabled me to sand both inner and outer curves of the breadboard. I used the 75mm spindle fitted with a 240 grit sleeve. I could have installed the 13mm spindle and sanded inside the hole as well but that was already quite smooth.
Once the outside edges of the board had been sanded, I used a ½” round-over bit in the router table to round over all the outside edges
Then, using a ?” round-over bit in the handheld trimmer, I rounded-over the edges of the hole.
I used the random orbit sander to sand the faces and smooth-over the edges where the router had left a visible ‘edge’. I also sanded away some burn marks left by the router.
Ready for finishing –
Danish oil brings out the beautiful colours
Finished with a coat of beeswax