are most often used for metal sanding or grinding but are capable of removing stock in plastics, wood or concrete when used with the proper accessory stone, disc or wheel.
costs about $100, and the sanding discs about $1 each.
Hand sanding with a random-orbital disc sander
(grit 150 or 180) after belt sanding does an excellent job of removing loose fibers from the surface prior to finishing.
You'll need a jigsaw or band saw to cut the curved parts, and either a belt sander or a stationary disc sander
to sand some of the parts.
253/351-6000 FAX 253/804-5303 JSG-1 Bench Model 8, 11  2,270 JSG-6DC Sander/Grinder 8, 11  2,500 EHVS-80 Horizontal/ 5  3,900 sq/ft/min Vertical Edge Sander JOVS-10 Oscillating 14  1,725 rpm Vertical Spindle Sander JOVS-10 Oscillating 14  1,725 rpm Disc Sander
JBOS-5 14  1725 JSM-606, 12, 14  12,000 610, 612, 620, 630 16,000 JSG-9612, 9613, 0416 12  Varies 0402, 0404, 0414, 0420 JSM-603-5, 603-6 12  10,000 603V-5, 605V-6 Larick Machinery Inc.
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A coarser grit disc sander
is best used with waterborne finishes.
1 orbital sander, disc sander
1, 8 Feinbohrschleifer
The coating is applied with rollers, with no primer, after sanding the surface of the telescope using large disc sanders
with a diameter of approximately 20cm.
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.