Grizzly T10745 - 1/2" x 18" Handheld Belt Sander
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This did the job perfectly. It had a great amount of power; and the sand paper lasted 10 times longer than I anticipated. However the sanding unit broke completely off, making it impossible to fix. I dropped it about 3 feet off the ground. Didn't expect it to break at such a short distance. Nevertheless my fault; the sander worked fantastic before that
Bought to sand tight spaces on the bandsaw boxes I build. It works great. I'd give it five stars but the handle gets very hot and uncomfortable after a few minutes of sanding.
I bought this sander with 60 grit belts for rough shaping of handles on the knives that I make. This sander works great and saves a lot of time. Works great on all handles materials such as Canvas and burlap Micarta, G10, bone/antler and hardwoods. Haven't had the need to put this to work on any metal materials but I am sure it would work great for that also. Be sure to wear respiratory and eye protection because this thing puts off an insane amount of dust!
I use it on self-bows and fiberglass laminated longbows to shape the handle and arrow shelf. Works wonderfully and reduced my completion time.
This is a handy sander. We are using it on a tree farm to sharpen a tree digging spade. It would be nice to have one of these with a one inch wide belt.
This sander workes for getting into tight spots. Liked it so much we even ordered one for the cottage.
This is a great little belt sander. It gets places other electric tools cant reach. It can clean up the edges of a square hole as small as 3/4", and is very handy. The only issue that I have is that it's a little underpowered. That being said, I do mostly steel fabrication so I tend to put tools through the wringer.
Very useful, manageable little tool, that can dig holes, needs be. Over the top area, belt coming at you one side, going away other side enables reasonably tight access, without tying itself in knots, with a little getting used to.I do small hardwood carvings, this tool gives me shaping capabilities I didn't have before. It has also proven it's worth on larger, deck, stair railing type projects.
Quite pleased with purchase.