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sander

1. a power-driven tool for smoothing surfaces, esp wood, plastic, etc., by rubbing with an abrasive disc
2. a person who uses such a device

sander

[′san·dər]
(mechanical engineering)
An electric machine used to sand the surface of wood, metal, or other material.
A device attached to a locomotive or electric rail car which sands the rails to increase friction on the driving wheels.

sander

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or larger), putting a thin film of paraffin on the metal plate of stationary disc sanders will aid in removal of the disc when change-out is necessary.
Founded in 1911 as the GT Eames Co, a producer of arbor presses for the fledgling automotive as well as other industries, it became in 1919 the Atlas Press Co, expanding its product lines through the Depression years and WWII to include by 1950 drill presses and lathes for metalworking and lathes, milling machines, shapers, planer-jointers, belt and disc sanders, jig saws, and tilting arbor saws for woodworking applications.
In Great Britain these include RECORD POWER(R) electrically operated woodworking machinery (wood turning lathes, drilling machines, mortising machines, bandsaws, disc sanders and grinders), STARTRIGHT MACHINES(TM) metalcutting bandsaws, circular saws, and dust extractors; and HILMOR(R) conduit and copper bending machines and plastic pipe cutters.
The robot performs a variety of tasks based on the tools (band and disc saws, high-speed spindles, belt and disc sanders, scraping and chipping tools, and brushes) attached.
Tools include band saws, disc saws, high-speed spindles, belt and disc sanders, filling tools, scraping tools, brushes and chipping tools.