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Spindle Sanders


A spindle sander is a tool that most novice wood workers can do without. It is not that one is not needed it is simply the cost make it prohibative. I am sure that almost every wood worker wants one.

A spindle sand is used for finish sanding concave edges. There are several different diameter sanding drums that can be fitted with different grits of sandpaper. By interchanging these drums a wood worker can get great sanding result on almost and wood profile.

Most professional spindle sanders will also have a tilting table to allow sanding of edges that aren't square.

General Oscillating Spindle Sander

  • Oscillation per minute: 75
    This ensures that the sanding drum are not in continuous contact with the
    Spindle Sanders
    General Oscillating
    Spindle Sander
    wood for too long.
  • Length of oscillation: 1-1/2" (39 mm)

  • Table sizes: 24-1/4" x 24-1/4" (616 x 616 mm)

  • Table tilt: 0 deg to 45 deg

  • Ten interchangeable spindles from 1/4" to 4" including 1/4", 3/8", 1/2". 5/8", 3/4", 1", 1-1/2", 2", 3" & 4"
    Allows sanding of even the smallest radius curves

  • Spindle speed: 1725 rpm
    Provides rapid sanding of wood which maintains abrasive qualities of the sanding drum. Wood resins can burn and plug the sanding drum if wood is in contact with on point for too long.

  • Motor (pre-wired 230 v): 1 hp, 115/230 v, 1 ph, (10/5 amp)


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