I have found a good way to correct the angle on the edges of the lasered parts supplied in the AVS,
Took off the guard by pushing the pivot pin from left to right, facing the shaper....
Removed the fence to clear the table surface...
Checked the drum sander with a precision square to insure sanding a square edge....
Front to back and side to side.
*note ( There are two mounting screws accessible on the top of the shaper table that hold the rotary tool mount to the underside of the table. If the drum sander is not square to the table, you can put some shims in to correct this).
2.A mask over the mouth and nose, due to the dust and oils being removed from the lasered edges.
3.A vacuum running will help.
4.Since the drum is turning counter clock wise (looking down on the drum) it is very advisable to only
6.I put the work behind the drum so I could see the removal as it happened...
7.This method will work on all lasered edges, inside and out, on straight edges and curves.
8.Practice on the scrap that is available after you remove the bulkheads, parts from the supplied sheets.
9.It does not matter which side you put down on the table,
Jerry G (Glickstein)