Sanding Machine Types
Disc Sanders allow you to sand workpieces at set angles; they are particularly useful for sanding mitred edges and end grain.
Oscillating Spindle Sanders utilise a rotating and oscillating bobbin; they are especially suited for sanding shaped or contoured pieces that aren't accessible with a flat-faced sander.
Belt and Disc Sanders combine the detailed finishing capability of a disc sander with the general utility of a linishing belt, allowing you to handle two functions on one machine.
Belt Linishers are designed specifically for finishing timber faces and edges quickly and easily. Some models like our BB-80S also have an oscillating motion similar to a bobbin sander, allowing you to curve sand on the rounded end of the machine.
Wide Drum Sanders are used as a final dressing for already-dressed timber; it is not used for material sizing, rather, it provides a fine, uniform surface finish on wide, flat material.
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