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Grizzly H8192 Belt with 8-Inch Disc Sander, 1 by 42-Inch

by Grizzly

Price: $279.97 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • A perfect match to your bandsaw or scroll saw this Combination Belt/Disc Sander will shape and smooth right to the line. A 1/3-HP TEFC capacitor start
  • Includes single knob tracking and two 2-Inch dust ports
  • Approximate shipping weight is 63 lbs
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Frequently Bought Together

Grizzly H8192 Belt with 8-Inch Disc Sander, 1 by 42-Inch + Magnate R1X42S40 1" x 42" Closed Coat Sanding Belt, Aluminum Oxide - 400 Grit; X Weight + Magnate R1X42S22 1" x 42" Closed Coat Sanding Belt, Aluminum Oxide - 220 Grit; X Weight
Price for all three: $298.95

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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight63.1 pounds
Product Dimensions14.8 x 21.2 x 13.3 inches
Item model numberH8192
Item Package Quantity1
Included Componentsbare-tool
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB0017K8W3E
Best Sellers Rank #263,243 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight63.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableAugust 16, 2013
  
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Product Description

A perfect match to your bandsaw or scroll saw this Combination Belt/Disc Sander will shape and smooth right to the line. A 1/3-HP TEFC capacitor start induction motor powers the 1-Inch x 42-Inch belt and 8-Inch disc through any sanding chore and the cast iron tilting tables give you the flexibility you demand. Includes single knob tracking and two 2-Inch dust ports. Approximate shipping weight is 63 lbs.

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Customer Reviews

The issue comes when mounting the table for the disk.
Pastor Mike
It now works but I repeat, do you want to go through that??
William J. Rickerson
I just got around to unpacking and assembling it tonight.
Allen Haynes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Larry Hagerman on November 22, 2009
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Unit is heavy and does not move when using. Assembly was easy and took about a hour. Adjustments were straight forward, How ever I was never able to get the belt to line up on the top wheel, About 1/8 th of an inch off. I called Grizzly tech support. Very short wait time. They said that it would have to be sent back for repair or replacement. They setup for UPS to pick it up at my house at no charge to me. They called back about 10 days later. They said that they would replace it with a new one. The problem is that they refund your money and do a new order. Since I paid through Amazon they have to refund Amazon and then Amazon has to refund me. If decide to buy do not buy it through Amazon get it from Grizzly You don't save any money getting it from Amazon. Plus it takes to long to get your refund though Amazon. Once I get refund I will give it another try.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By William J. Rickerson on January 22, 2011
I ordered this sander from Grizzly to replace an identical sander sold by Delta. Same sander from same factory in China but different motor and paint job. The Delta worked fine for six years before I wore it out. They no longer sell this sander so I ordered the one directly from Grizzly. As I was unpacking the sander I noticed the cover on the motor capacitor was broken... no big deal. Grizzly said they will send me a new one. Then as I was degreasing the work table parts (where you hold the piece being sanded), I noticed they had not been deburred and had razor sharp edges. Again, no big deal just a few minutes with a file fixed that.

I then went to mount the sanding disk to the motor shaft. More bad machining. This took a half hour of filing and sanding the keyway to get the disk onto the shaft. Then I went to mount the sanding disk table to the body of the sander. It would not fit. There is a semicircular groove into which fits (should fit) a semicircular key. This allows the table to be adjusted to various angles to the sanding disk. Nothing would make this fit. I tried taking the table from my old Delta sander and mounting it on the Grizzly sander. It would not fit either. This tells me the groove machined into the base is wrong.

At this point I would put the whole thing back in the box and return it to Grizzly but I can't get the sanding disk off of the motor shaft due to the previously mentioned bad keyway. This means it will not fit back into the box. I haven't called Grizzly (again) yet but regardless of the outcome, do you want to go through this hassle??

Update: After removing the semicircular key and filing the edges and reinstalling it, it almost fit.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By yankee2 on January 3, 2011
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I've only used one band sander before, a Delta model. That one was built entirely of think sheet steel, and was pretty good, but produced a lot of vibration. THIS one, however, with its cast iron frame, is solid as a rock, which is of course what we want if we can get it. Assembly was straightforward, except for one thing, which is probably particular to my machine - the aluminum casting used for the 8" disk sander has a key way in it, to mount it on the motor shaft. Mine had not been machined, i.e. it was still rough. I didn't want to go to the trouble of sending it back or even of requesting a new part and waiting for it, so I simply drove the disk onto the shaft and key.

That would not normally be recommended, but I don't really need the disk sanding part, as I have a 12" stationary disk sander, so I was willing to risk it. It turned out fairly well, with the disk sander perfectly functional. One small problem has been that the 8" disk needs to be positioned exactly on the motor shaft, which has to be perfectly square to the housing, for is to fit under the belt housing. I got tired of fiddling with it, and left it off, but I'm sure I could set it up correctly, if I just took a bit more time with it.

The main thing for me is that the belt sander part works well, and it does. I see that this item is no longer available on Amazon, which is unfortunate because I think it's a good tool.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By S. Pepin on February 17, 2012
My father used to order Grizzly power tools, and I did so as well. I still have many Grizzly tools that work fine after all these years. Haven't bought any in a while though, but when it came time to purchase a 1x42 combo belt/disc sander, I ended up at the Grizzly website. The price was right, so I ordered this sander. Shipping was quick. It arrived yesterday, and I think I'll be packing it up to return today. Assembly was pretty straightforward, and after reading many other reviews regarding the machining of the keyway on the sanding disc, I was ready with file in hand when it initially didn't fit on the motor shaft. That was the only assembly issue, but it was quickly resolved with some slight deburring. Unfortunately, when I turned the sander on, it vibrated so badly that the hand tools on my bench wanted to dance right off the edge. I broke the machine back down to just the motor and pulley. Even this minimal assembly had some vibration. I added the belt so the motor was only driving the driven sanding belt pulley (the sanding belt was still removed) and there was a bit more vibration. I re-installed the sanding belt and the vibration increases some more. Finally, after re-installing the sanding disc, the major vibration was back. The disc had minimal runout and wobble, but it just was too much. How can you expect to get good finishing results with so much vibration. After rechecking that everything was in alignment, I gave up and will be contacting Grizzly today to arrange for a return. After the return, I will be purchasing the Jet 1x42 belt sander. I should have gone with the Jet in the first place, but at $250 less and past experience with Grizzly, I figured I'd try this one. Big time wasting mistake. Sorry Grizzly, but you lost lots of quality points with me on this one.
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