A small bench top sander intended for the hobby model maker or toy maker. With a 25mm(1") belt and a tilting table, the machine is well suited to profiling, finishing or denibbing. The 125mm(5") diameter disc is provided with its own table and mitre fence and is suitable for end grain work. All in all, this is an effective small sanding machine with a host of applications in the hobby workshop. 45mm diameter dust extraction outlets are provided for both belt and disc.Supplied with sanding belt and disc.
|Abrasive Belt Size||25 mm x 760 mm|
|Abrasive Disc Diameter||125 mm|
|Belt Speed||860 m/min|
|Dust Extraction Outlet||2 x 45 mm|
|Nett Weight||7 kg|
|Overall L x W x H||370 mm x 300 mm x 380 mm|
|Table Size, Belt||125 mm x 125 mm|
|Table Size, Disc||88 mm x 184 mm|
|Plug Type||UK 3 pin plug|
5 October 2018
Good little sanderAlthough I haven't had this sander very long, I think it is a good little sander.
4 July 2018
2 tools in 1 and Great Value for MoneyI purchased this sander specifically for its compact size and dual functionality. After reading the comments above, I can honestly say that mine was in great condition when I received it and has worked perfectly since day one. I was surprised how good the dust extraction was too, once hooked up to a shop vac there are very little air bourn particles.
11 May 2018
Bad Bad BadI think that my opening title says it all.
3 November 2017
Good value for moneyDelivered within 22hrs of being ordered, excellent service. Everything went according to plan until tightening up M6 clamping lever, it just went round and round, would not tighten, or undo. Had to dis assemble lever and grip with pliers. Closer inspection showed the plastic sleeve had split. The plastic and shaft were drilled and pinned and a small amount of super glue added. Ten minutes and we were up and running again.
26 August 2017
Functional but could be betterThe machine functions as it should and will meet the requirements of it's intended use, that being light duty model making etc. However there are two niggling problems that were evident right out of the box. The quality and fitment accuracy of the die cast aluminium parts could and should be improved. I could not get the disc sander table to fit to the disc shroud without dressing the inside mating surfaces with a file and emery paper. Also one of the table locking levers came apart whilst installing, upon close inspection the plastic toothed adjuster had split and come away from the adjustment screw shaft. To get over this I assembled the table using M6 socket head screws instead, I may try to obtain better quality adjustment levers elsewhere. Also the user manual refers to the tables and sanding disc as being made of cast iron, this however is not the case, all of the load bearing parts are made of die cast aluminium. I suppose that cast iron would be too much to expect of a product in this price range, but why the misrepresentation in the manual? I have purchased numerous items from China and It seems to me that anything which is not made from plastic is boasted as being of cast iron no matter what the actual metal is. Strange?