Drum Sanders let you work with large flat pieces very quickly. With only the effort of running your piece through the machine, you can quickly sand boards, tabletops, doors and more. With a large variety of drum sanders for sale, you benefit from considering the significant features to determine which is best for you needs.
These sanders work by placing a large spinning drum over your work piece while you push the piece and expose the surface to the sanding grit. If your shop runs under time constraints, invest in a dual drum sander that features a lower grit drum followed by a higher grit drum to do two different steps at the same time. Some of these sanders use independently-tuned rear drums for extra control. Double drum sanders are closed models, so if you have very wide materials, you need to invest in a different sander type. For the maximum tool life, consider an oscillating drum sander. These sanders oscillate back and forth to reduce heat on the machine and keep the drum from loading up, so you save time and money on drum changes.
For smaller shops, use a bench top drum sander. Bench top models take up very little space and offer the same power as their larger cousins. Open drum sanders let you sand broad objects with two passes. If you work with dining tables or larger doors, an open sander may fit your needs. Additional options for these sanders include conveyor belts to save effort and digital displays to show you the new board thickness when you need extra precision.
Sanders on wide rolling drums save you time and effort. Join the modern age with powered sanding performance and enjoy the speed and beautiful results.
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