4″ x 36″ Belt 6″ Disc Sander Belt/Disc

August 2, 2013 - Comment

The adjustable belt sander sands flat workpieces as well as inside and outside curves, while the disc sander handles smaller workpieces. Belt sander takes a 4″ W x 36″ L sanding belt (one 80 grit included), and the disc sander takes a 6″ diameter abrasive disc (one 80 grit included). Table tilts from 0° to

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The adjustable belt sander sands flat workpieces as well as inside and outside curves, while the disc sander handles smaller workpieces. Belt sander takes a 4″ W x 36″ L sanding belt (one 80 grit included), and the disc sander takes a 6″ diameter abrasive disc (one 80 grit included).

Table tilts from 0° to 60°, can be repositioned for use with belt or disc
Miter gauge (0° to 60° left/right)
Toggle safety switch
Cast aluminum table and disc
Cast iron motor housing
Includes 80 grit sanding belt and 80 grit sanding disc
120 volt, 3/4 HP (peak), 1/2 HP (rated)
Disc speed: 1780 RPM
Belt speed: 1150 FPM
Sanding belt size: 36” L x 4” W
Grit: 80
Overall dimensions: 24-3/4″ H x 15″ W x 14″ D
Weight: 37.5 lbs.
Shipping Weight: 40.05 lbs.

Product Features

  • Table tilts from 0° to 60°, can be repositioned for use with belt or disc
  • Miter gauge (0° to 60° left/right) Toggle safety switch
  • Cast aluminum table and disc Cast iron motor housing
  • Includes 80 grit sanding belt and 80 grit sanding disc

Comments

Trip Bauer says:

Not bad for the price… Ok folks, don’t get me wrong, this is no “professional” machine. I couldn’t see it lasting a day in a production shop, or a small business, however, for a home shop, or even advanced amateur, it should do ok.You really have to look at the price, I had a coupon and bought mine from a Harbor Freight retail store for $55 (yes, that’s who Central Machinery is). All the parts were there, and they’re actually a bit nicer than the standard fit and finish I’ve seen from other CA tools. I…

Vinnie L. says:

If you want a piece of junk, this one’s for you. This sander is probably the worst tool that I have ever used. The shelf and block are both “adjustable” with sloppy connections and nothing at a true, solid 90 degree angle. It has the overall look and feel of a very outdated piece of equipment. By the time you pay the shipping, you will be in the ball park of other low cost sanders with way better features, so save yourself a headache.

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