Grizzly G1014Z Disc Z Series Combination Sander with Belt, 6 x 48-Inch

August 3, 2013 - Comment

Designed for accuracy and efficiency our popular Model G1014Z offers a quick release system for lightning fast belt changes and a convenient single-knob tracking control system. Sized to fit the mid to large workshop the G1014Z offers a single-phase 3/4 HP motor shielded bearings on both belt rollers heavy cast iron table and body and

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Designed for accuracy and efficiency our popular Model G1014Z offers a quick release system for lightning fast belt changes and a convenient single-knob tracking control system. Sized to fit the mid to large workshop the G1014Z offers a single-phase 3/4 HP motor shielded bearings on both belt rollers heavy cast iron table and body and a rock-solid A-frame stand. Features: • Motor: 3/4 HP 110V/220V single-phase 3450 RPM 12A/6A • Cast iron table disc and body • Quick belt release mechanism • Dual voltage motor prewired for 110V • Dust ports – 2″ for belt 2-1/2″ for disc • 2300 SFPM belt speed • Belt driven • Approximate shipping weight: 122-Pound.

Product Features

  • 3450 RPM 3/4 H.P. 10/5 Amps Cast iron table disc and body Dual voltage motor pre-wired for 110V
  • Cast iron table disc and body
  • Dual voltage motor pre-wired for 110V
  • Quick belt-release mechanism
  • Shipping weight approx.: 120-Pound

Comments

Clifford H. Campen says:

Good Home Shop Sanding Center Hi, I bought this sander because I do a lot of hobby work and I have a boat plan in the future and I will be sanding to the line a lot to fit things up. This is a pretty typical Grizzly tool, lot of bang for the buck, lots of solid cast iron which makes it accurate and smooth running. It is significantly cheaper than the comparable Delta or Jet equipment. The locking lever and tracking for the belt really works well. The only significant issue is that the cast iron table for disk sander…

Carl Koefoed says:

I love this sander Set up only took about 20 minutes. Based on the other review I was expecting it to take all night! Be sure to have some turps handy to clean off the grease from the cast iron parts, thats about the most difficult part of the initial setup. I placed my grizzly on the new bench I made for my sanding center, hooked it up to my new tool triggered vac and its been working flawlessly ever since. This cast iron monster is so heavy, runs so smoothly, that I didn’t even bother to bolt it down.

Allan R. Furman says:

Why Did Grizzly Bother Manufacturing this Tool? I have NEVER had more difficulty with any power tool in my 50 plus years of buying and using tools. I have had more problems getting this power tool up and running than anything I have ever bought. The manual of instructions for assembly is woefully incomplete. I suspect that a novice would never have been able to get the machine running. While I now have it running, it still requires more adjustment and modification. All I can say is the person who designed it either is not a woodworker or…

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