Grizzly G1015 Knife Belt Sander/Buffer

July 30, 2013 - Comment

Although we call this a ” Knife Belt Sander ” it is actually a very versatile sander with many different woodworking uses. Auxiliary arbor accepts buffing wheels sanding drums or flap wheels. Belt can be changed in seconds with quick-release mechanism. Belt arm can be fully tilted. Without a doubt this is the best knife

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Although we call this a ” Knife Belt Sander ” it is actually a very versatile sander with many different woodworking uses. Auxiliary arbor accepts buffing wheels sanding drums or flap wheels. Belt can be changed in seconds with quick-release mechanism. Belt arm can be fully tilted. Without a doubt this is the best knife belt sander around. Features: • Motor: 1 HP 110V single-phase 14A • Motor speed: 1725 RPM • Belt size: 2″ x 72″–76″ range • Belt speed: 3600 FPM • Left arbor: 8-1/2″ extension with 5/8″ arbor • Height with belt arm horizontal: 11-1/2″ • Height with belt arm vertical: 39″ • Overall width: 29-1/2″ • Cast iron body • All ball bearing construction • Approximate shipping weight: 111-Pound Buffing wheel not included.

Product Features

  • Although we call this a -Inch Knife Belt Sander -Inch it is actually a very versatile sander with many different woodworking uses
  • Auxiliary arbor accepts buffing wheels sanding drums or flap wheels
  • Belt can be changed in seconds with quick-release mechanism

Comments

D. Tingle "The Mad Turk" says:

Used over 8 years I’ve had this sander for over 8 years with no problems. I use it almost every time I work in my shop. For general work you can’t beat the price. May not be what a full time knifemaker would need, but for general blacksmithing and metal work it does just fine.

Charles C. England says:

The first few weeks on the Grizzly Knife Sander I have been using the Grizzly in an armor making project and have only positive impressions. Its built solidly, tracks well, and blet changes are quick and simple. I’ve not had the opportunity to try commercial equipment but would have a hard time imagining better value for the money.

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