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4" x 36" Belt 6" Disc Sander Belt/Disc


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  • Table tilts from 0° to 60°, can be repositioned for use with belt or disc
  • Miter gauge (0° to 60° left/right) Toggle safety switch
  • Cast aluminum table and disc Cast iron motor housing
  • Includes 80 grit sanding belt and 80 grit sanding disc
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4" x 36" Belt 6" Disc Sander Belt/Disc + KEYSTONE HIGH QUALITY 4" X 36" SANDING BELT - 5 PACK ASSORTMENT by Peachtree Woodworking - PW6048 + Woodstock D1309 6-Inch Diameter PSA 100 Grit Aluminum Oxide Sanding Disc, 3-Pack
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Item model numberha97181
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
  
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ASINB004IA68EA
Best Sellers Rank #131,839 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight42 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJanuary 7, 2011
  
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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). Table tilts from 0° to 60°, can be repositioned for use with belt or disc Miter gauge (0° to 60° left/right) Toggle safety switch Cast aluminum table and disc Cast iron motor housing Includes 80 grit sanding belt and 80 grit sanding disc 120 volt, 3/4 HP (peak), 1/2 HP (rated) Disc speed: 1780 RPM Belt speed: 1150 FPM Sanding belt size: 36'' L x 4'' W Grit: 80 Overall dimensions: 24-3/4" H x 15" W x 14" D Weight: 37.5 lbs. Shipping Weight: 40.05 lbs.

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No more Harbor Freak tools for me.
Alphonse Leone
Directions on exactly HOW to attach it were sketchy, and after I did get it installed and turned on, the belt rubbed .
videogal
I make custom straight razor scales and this sander has done a great job for me both sanding & shaping.
Ronald Henry

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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Trip Bauer on August 24, 2011
Ok folks, don't get me wrong, this is no "professional" machine. I couldn't see it lasting a day in a production shop, or a small business, however, for a home shop, or even advanced amateur, it should do ok.

You really have to look at the price, I had a coupon and bought mine from a Harbor Freight retail store for $55 (yes, that's who Central Machinery is). All the parts were there, and they're actually a bit nicer than the standard fit and finish I've seen from other CA tools. I have probably around a dozen midsize tools from Harbor Freight, right along side tends of thousands of dollars worth of tools from big name companies, so I'm looking at this with a well rounded perspective.

If you are absolutely not mechanically inclined, it may be less appealing. I spent about 30 minutes putting it together and adjusting the numerous points on the table, fence, guard, etc. Right out of the box and thrown together, it wasn't lined up that well. 30 minutes of careful adjustment and it seems to be performing every bit as good as machines I've used costing 10x what this did.

Of course, if you want something that works great right out of the box and you have $500 to spend, this item isn't for you. For someone willing to spend a little time adjusting and looking for an inexpensive addition, I find no fault in this model.
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26 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Vinnie L. on March 14, 2011
This sander is probably the worst tool that I have ever used. The shelf and block are both "adjustable" with sloppy connections and nothing at a true, solid 90 degree angle. It has the overall look and feel of a very outdated piece of equipment. By the time you pay the shipping, you will be in the ball park of other low cost sanders with way better features, so save yourself a headache.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Bill's Place on December 10, 2011
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This is my first purchase and use of this type of tool. I came to me quicker than expected. The directions leave a little to be desired. One of the screws that hold disc shroud on was stripped. One of the screws that hold the motor together fell out. The picture on the box does not show the disc shroud, and the belt sander rest was installed wrong. These are not a problem to me. I like the fact that there is hardly any plastic on it. I bought it for wood shaping and detail sanding. I am pleased with my purchase. I am pleased with this purchase.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rick on June 9, 2012
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Definitely don't buy this. To call this a toy would be a disservice to toy companies. Yes it's cheap, but the motor is very low power, if you press down at all it stops, & I guess will burn out. I had to remove the belt guard because it rubbed on the belt & the sander wouldn't work. The body is fairly sturdy, has a pretty good metal platform/fence. Mine came mostly assembled which is good because they may as well have written the manual in Chinese, references to part #'s that aren't in the pics etc. I'm going to try to return it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ronald Henry on July 22, 2014
If you are looking for something to do your heavy sanding, or expecting a high quality professional sander, this isn't for you. If you are looking to do some lighter sanding and shaping then definitely consider this sander. I picked one up about a week ago at Harbor Freight, on sale & using a coupon it was right at $60. I make custom straight razor scales and this sander has done a great job for me both sanding & shaping. I took about 30 minutes setting it up out of the box, squaring up the table, made sure the belt guard was tight & aligned. While it's not the quietest sander I've used it's not the loudest either and it will stall the motor if you try to get too aggressive with your sanding. A lighter touch and letting the machine do the work will go a long way with this unit. I've used it on a couple different hard woods and some water buffalo horn and it hasn't missed a beat. I give this sander 4 stars due to the quality of work it does for the price I paid for it. Very happy with it at this point.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By nyditch on January 19, 2013
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If you expect a high power belt sander, you shouldn't be looking in this price range. For this price though, this thing performs fine. When digging something into it I can definitely stall it. It just requires being a little more gentle.

One major criticism I have is that the table attachment is no good. It'll hold up for a while, but will not be very sturdy. My table eventually broke off. Now I just freehand parts.

It's still very useful, and for the price it's a good addition to a small home shop.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By videogal on January 3, 2013
I got this from Harbor Freight as a Christmas gift. Used a coupon and got it for $54. I was leery of purchasing it for such a price, as it seemed like too good a deal. And, it was too good a deal.

I opened it up and read the directions. They were crappy directions all around. It comes with a disc guard/sawdust catcher but the directions don't even tell you how to mount it (it has to be oriented a certain way). Not even any illustrations/pictures to look at.

Then there is a guard that goes near the back of the belt sander. Directions on exactly HOW to attach it were sketchy, and after I did get it installed and turned on, the belt rubbed . Maybe I didn't install it correctly, but I couldn't tell from the crappy directions, exactly how this metal guard was supposed to be attached to the black plastic guard on the back end.

Now, I'm not a mechanic, but I have a number of power tools in my garage. I assembled most of the ones which had to be assembled and never had problems with directions before now.

Additionally, each time I turned the thing on, it took a bit for it to get going...sounded like the motor was struggling to get the belt started.

I let it run for about a minute and could tell the belt was tracking to one side, so I attempted to turn the knob to adjust it, but couldn't get the knob to budge. My vice grips should do the trick, I figured, so I got them out and proceeded to try to turn it that way. It finally did turn and I used the vice grip to turn it a couple of 1/4 turns, then tried turning by hand, thinking it would have loosened up a bit. Not a chance. So back to the vice grip. It ended up chewing up the knob and then the knob broke.

I am done. Returning this piece of junk to Harbor Freight tomorrow. Glad I kept the receipt.
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