The adjustable belt sander sands flat workpieces as well as inside and outside curves, while the disc sander handles smaller workpieces. Belt sander takes a 4" W x 36" L sanding belt (one 80 grit included), and the disc sander takes a 6" diameter abrasive disc (one 80 grit included).
Abrasive belt grinders and sanders come in a variety of different sizes for deburring, shaping, sanding, polishing, grinding, sharpening, cleaning, and de-scaling metal. The right size of belt and contact wheel is key for achieving proper contact to your part, while grinding to the desired radius.
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Belt and disc sanders are among the most versatile machines in the shop, making quick work of finishing and material-removable jobs alike. From benchtop machines for hobbyists and DYIers to stationary machines with enclosed stands for professional shops.
Contour, disc & belt sanders Sanding solutions for wood, panels and composites As manufacturers of the Phillipson range of contour sanders, disc sanders and belt sanders, we understand the importance of high quality, precision engineering in sanding applications.
Combo machines without compromise. Two professional grade machines wrapped into one make up the JET Combination Belt and Disc Sanders. Heavy duty construction, precision-ground cast iron tables, and motors with plenty of power, these sanders can do it all.