ROBERT BRYAN BOGGS - Greenville SC,
Joseph Shannon Miller - Boiling Springs SC,
Michael Scott Standridge - Greer SC,
Jason Richard Shaw - Taylors SC,
The invention relates to a device for sanding a predetermined impression into a workpiece. The device has a pattern belt positioned inside the area formed by a sanding belt. A pad is positioned inside the area formed by the pattern belt. A raised pattern is formed on the outer surface of the pattern belt. In use, the pad contacts the pattern belt, urging the raised pattern of the pattern belt to contact the sanding belt. The portion of the sanding belt contacted by the pattern belt is urged toward the workpiece so that the predetermined impression is sanded into the workpiece.