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Logan F200-2 Precision Sander Elite

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  • The Logan F200-2 Picture Framing Sander will sand miter cuts to a perfect 45 degree angle
  • The F200-2 replaces the previous F200-1 frame sander
  • Features a 10 pound (4.5 kg), 10 inch (25.4 cm) diameter hand-operated wheel.
  • Aluminum oxide sand paper disk included, with life-extending bar.
  • Sands up to 3 - 1/2 inch (8.9 cm) wide metal or wood moulding.
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  • Item Weight: 6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 19.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0039ZV4Y4
  • Item model number: F200-2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #31,792 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing (See Top 100 in Arts, Crafts & Sewing)
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Product Description

A manual sander used to perfect miter cut corners to perfect 45 degree angles - both vertically and horizontally. Absolutely necessary tool to get good joints with no gaps. Features a larger 10" sanding wheel to accept up to 3-1/2" wide moulding. Includes squaring and disk cleaning tools, and an instructional DVD. Uses Logan F50 sanding disk (80 grit). USA

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Nice smooth cuts and you need to go slow.
Greg Sanks
I will continue to use it and the supplier made it quick and simple to order and to receive.
Jon R. Osborn
I had the same problem with the top surface not being flat.
cbung

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bob F. on October 22, 2012
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As noted by another reviewer here, the table is made of two pieces joined together in the middle and apparently the table is not milled flat after joining the two pieces. I sent back the first one as it had a very obvious dip in the middle of .022"/.559mm. What was worse, the trim on the front was above the level of the table creating more of a gap. The second one was not milled flat either, but it only had a .008/.203mm dip which was close enough for an acceptable joint. Not exactly what I'd advertise as a precision machine with a premium price. That said it's a very useful tool. I did not test the run-out of the wheel because it already had a sanding disk attached, but turning it with a slight gap between the disk and a straight edge it appears to be acceptably flat. Bottom line - a great tool that serves it purpose well, but could be even better if it had been manufactured with tighter tolerances. Even with having to return the first sander (thank you Amazon Prime return policy) I am giving it 5 stars because even though I had issues with the first tool, to me it is invaluable to true up joints, and there is really no other comparable tool I'm aware of.

Update - I recommend replacing the very coarse 80 grit sanding disk it comes with. Amazon has great replacement discs like 10" CLOTH BACKED PSA ADHESIVE SANDING DISC 120 GRIT - 2 DISC PACK BY PEACHTREE WOODWORKING PW6079 or 12" CLOTH BACKED PSA ADHESIVE SANDING DISC 150 GRIT - 2 DISC PACK BY PEACHTREE WOODWORKING PW6085 if you want want a smoother joint and/or less aggressive material removal.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Framed on July 4, 2011
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Great for tweaking precise 45 degree angles on framing moldings. I would like to see a handle that spun independent of the disk or even a counter-weighted system which required less energy to turn. Such modifications would make the tool more ergonomic and more precise because it would not so easily "halt" during the operation.

It is adequate for the purpose that I purchased it for. However I have over a hundred frames to assemble and my hand will be well calloused by the handle rolling in my palm. It could be a truly great tool if modified as I have suggested.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kelli M. Landsness on December 26, 2010
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I've had this unit for about 8 months and it does what its says. It makes my corners come together well, but sometimes I think the grit of the wheels (80 grit) is to coarse.

Because the grit is coarse, the path left behind on my finished corner is a little deep. When I put my two mitered corners together they fit, but i can see some minimal gap that a fussy fart, like myself, feels the need to put some minor filler in.

This only costs me about an extra three minutes, and I am not a production framer, but it might be a big deal for someone who does multiple frames.

Other than this small drawback, the sander is all metal and well built for many years of service.

I love it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sean Wall on January 29, 2014
I'm a relative newbie to the world of framing, miter cuts, etc. I may be new but I research things well. I hemmed and hawwed over whether to purchase this Logan F200-2 or a combination powered belt/disc sander. I make shadowbox type cases for holding sports cards, so I need presentable miter cuts in the outer frame. I had been getting admirable results with a sliding miter saw, but knew they could be better. I wasn't truly aware of how off those "accurate" miter saw cuts actually were (yes, I correctly set up the saw, but the slider actually lends itself to angle distortion as you pull the blade down). My jaw dropped in shock the first time I did a quick skim just to see what was touching and what wasn't. And this Logan sander makes them simply perfect.

I've seen complaints about the deck surface not being flat. Not the case with mine. It's true and flat checked with 3 different straight edges. The unit came set up for perfect 45's from the factory. The ONLY room for improvement I see would be to maybe step the sanding disc up from the included 80 grit to 100 or 120 grit. The 80 grit leaves some pretty deep grooving than has the potential to leave gaps along the showable miter joint surface.

All in all, if you're even considering the F200-2, stop considering and buy it. You will not be disappointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By cbung on April 11, 2013
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I had the same problem with the top surface not being flat. Instead of seeking a replacement (and receiving a new one with the same problem) I decided that this was a miner design flaw that's simple to correct. Using a straightedge and a feeler gauge I determined the amount that the top surface (plate) was out of tolerance. I then took the equivalent thickness shim stock, backed off the screw beneath the plate under the low spot (the one nearest the sanding wheel spindle) and slide the shim in so that the top plate became perfectly flat. The sander is now true and creates perfect miters. I worked in a gauge shop for twenty years and this kind of fix was common practice. I figured that this problem would show up to some degree in all these assemblies because of the design and just fixing it was the best option.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JetJock on November 20, 2010
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Second one is better than the first but still has a table top that is not perfectly flat. The top appears to made of two pieces that is not perfectly joined and has a slight dip in the middle. The first one was really bad allowing moldings to wobble and not get a precise edge. First one also had a sanding wheel that was not rotating perfectly flat. The replacement is better but there is still a .5mm dip and moldings still tend to wobble but can be stabilized with a little downward pressure and wheel has no high spots like the first. Logan was very helpful and paid for return of first unit so their customer service is excellent.
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