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Jet 60-9180 180 Grit Ready-To-Cut Sanding Roll

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  • Heavyweight abrasive
  • Premarked for cutting
  • No splices, seams, or breaks
  • Between 8-9 wraps
  • 180 Grit
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Jet 60-9180 180 Grit Ready-To-Cut Sanding Roll + Performax 60-9150 150-Grit Ready-To-Cut Sandpaper Roll + JET 60-9120 120 Grit Ready-To-Cut
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Product Description

Product Description

Jet Premium Ready-To-Cut, 180 Grit

From the Manufacturer

Each Ready-To-Cut(tm) contains a roll of abrasive material which is pre-marked and color coded. Every Ready-To-Cut(tm) works with any Performax sander - simply find the color that corresponds to your drum size, and cut along the line. You'll save time and money with the Ready-To-Cut(tm), because it's guaranteed to have no breaks, no splices, and no seams, just perfect-fitting strips every time! Yields 19 wraps on a 16 inch drum; 12 on a 25 inch; 14 on a 22 inch and 8 wraps on a 37 inch drum.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 60-9180
Item Weight4.3 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 11.4 x 4 inches
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Item model number60-9180
Power Sourceac
Item Package Quantity1
Grit Description fine
Included Componentsattachments
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #254,299 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableNovember 8, 1999
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. Mikkelson on February 5, 2008
I couldn't believe that there were still no reviews on this item, which I have been using in my one-man shop for several years now on a Performax 16-32. Overall, it's a great option. Cutting is straightforward, using the color-coded lines for your particular drum, though I think there is a dark green line that can be easy to mistake for the black one, which is "my" line. The main problem I have with this is its tendency to develop "hot spots" -- especially on woods such as cherry, with its pitch pockets -- and then proceed to leave a burn line the length of the board as the burn problem snowballs. Once the paper burns, that's it for that spot. You can scrape/chip the burned resin off the drum, but I still mark the spot in pencil on my sander so I don't send something across that spot again. Since I do a lot of rail/stile kind of widths, I can get away with that, but if you were going to use it for lots of wide panels, it could be a different problem entirely. The only remedy I have found, and it's not 100%, is to take *extremely* light passes at a fairly high feed rate.

In practice, the paper produces a near-finish quality on woods like mahogany and oak, which can hide finish imperfections fairly well. On maple, walnut, and cherry, particularly dense areas around knots, etc., it leaves very visible straight line scratches that take a good bit of RO sanding at 150-180-220, or a good cabinet scraper, to remove. (If you use a scraper after using this, I would hit the surface with RO at 180 or 220 briefly, and blow or vacuum off the dust, or the residual abrasives from this paper will dull the burr on your scraper in a hurry!) I still think this is a better solution than going to the RO sander straight from the planer, but it can be a board-to-board thing.
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