- 120V, 60HZ, 5.0A
- Disc size: 6 Inch
- Belt size: 4x36 Inch
- Speed: 3450 RPM
- Disc speed: 3450 RPM
- Belt speed: 2161 RPM
Are you looking for a versatile and reliable sander?
BUCKTOOL Belt Disc Sander is easy to polish all of the jagged edges and splinters on your wood and lumber and make it smooth. It is an idea for fine wood sanding & polishing.
This sander was directly driven by a 3/4 HP induction motor, the motor provides enough power for small and large sanding operations on various materials.
Angle adjustable work table with miter gauge can be used on both sanding disc and sanding belt. The sanding belt tilts up to 90 degrees vertical.
This sander use no belt, no gear, so you don't have to adjust the cog belt tension, change damage cog belt like before.
The sturdy cast aluminum base with two mounting holes and four rubber feet provide low vibration and more stability while operating
The belt can work at the horizontal or vertical position, the big casting aluminum worktable can also be used on the belt side, adjustable from 0-45° degree
A strong metal rod was assembled to support the sanding belt when heavy loading
The sanding belt was directly driven by the 3/4 HP induction motor, 25% sanding efficiency increase than the traditional design.
And no need to worry about replacing the driving belt again!
|Disc Speed||3450 RPM|
|Belt Speed||2161 FPM|
|Table Tilt||0 - 45°|
|Disc Table Size||195*136mm|
|Belt Angle Adjustable||0 - 90°|
Used it for the first time to clean up sand some of my wooden spoons. Runs quiet but with power to get the sanding done.
This device is very well built and user friendly. It is smartly engineered especially the beltless direct drive and all the parts are quality constructed.
Everything came basically assembled. Used it to sand down some red oak and poplar coin racks. Did a great job getting the edges all flush quickly and evenly.
It runs well with plenty of power--no stoppages like some of the sanders in and around $100-150 range.
One thing I would change is the work table (4X36) control knob--it slides down a bit, out of 90 degree setting, when a light pressure is applied. I think it would be better, if there was a built-in detent that is set at 90 degrees, or a more heavy-duty thread on the control knob.
I find bucktool to have the best price-to-function ratio of all other variants of the same design.
Just starting to use the sander very pleased so far. Quality is very good.
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