1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander with Paper, Dust Bag, and Case

Buy 1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander with Paper, Dust Bag, and Case

1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander with Paper, Dust Bag, and Case

The Makita 1/4 sheet finishing sander with tool case combines fast, smooth performance with ease-of-use features for exceptional results. Ideal for woodworkers, finish carpenters or for DIY projects, this sander has a 2 Amp motor that delivers 14,000 OPM for superior efficiency and smooth finishes. Comfortable to use with precision engineered all ball-bearing construction to reduce vibration and noise and a contoured rubberized palm grip, this sander also has a large clamping lever for simple and fast paper installation. The through-the-pad dust collection system helps keep your work area cleaner, while the rubber-sealed switch helps prevent contamination for long-lasting and reliable tool life.

The History of Sanders

Sanders creates abrasion with sandpaper ruffing the surface that is metal or wood. Sanding wood smooth with an electric sander is a part of most woodworking projects. There are many different kinds of sanders and they are. The flap sander, belt, disc, oscillating spindle, orbital, straight-line, detail, stroke, tabletop drum, drum, wide-belt, and the profile shaper. There is a mechanism built into the design of these sanders that grab onto the sandpaper and move it rapidly causing abrasion or friction removing layers of the material it is grinding with. fixed to workbench sanders with the large wrap are great for leveling a cut with one simple grind from its abrasive material.

1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander with Paper, Dust Bag, and Case

The orbital sander: A hand-held sander that vibrates in small circles, or “orbits.” The sanding disk spinning while moving simultaneously in small ellipses causes the orbital action that it is known for. Mostly used for fine sanding or where little material needs to be removed. The disc sander: A disc sander is most commonly implemented as a stationary machine that consists of a replaceable circular shaped sandpaper attached to a wheel turned by an electric motor or compressed air. The oscillating spindle sander: A sander mounted on a spindle that both rotates and oscillates in and out or up and down along the axis of the spindle. Good for sanding curves and contours that would be difficult with hand or orbital sanding.

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