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Milwaukee 6020-21 1/4-Sheet Orbital Sander

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  • 3.0 amp permanent magnet motor with 14,000 orbits per minute ; powerful, lightweight motor produces dependable speed and power
  • Pad cushioning and break; reduces swirl marks and ensures a smoother finish
  • Tactile rubber top and narrow sander body; ergonomic design provides added comfort and control and reduces user fatigue
  • Large paper clamp tabs; allows for effortless paper changes
  • Integrated vacuum ports for 1-1/4-inch or 2-1/4-inch I.D. vacuum attachments
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Milwaukee 6020-21 1/4-Sheet Orbital Sander + PORTER-CABLE 762801215 1/4 Sheet 120 Grit Adhesive-Backed Sanding Sheets (15-Pack) + PORTER-CABLE 762802215 1/4 Sheet 220 Grit Adhesive-Backed Sanding Sheets (15-Pack)
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Product Description

Powerful, light weight motor, 3.0 Amp Permanent Magnet Motor with 14,000 Orbits Per Minute, produces dependable speed and power. Pad Cushioning and Break; reduces swirl marks and ensures a smoother finish. Tactile rubber top and body grip surface . Narrow sander body- with ergonomic design provides added comfort and control and reduces user fatigue from any angle. Large paper camp tabs allows for effortless paper changes. Integrated vacuum ports, fits 1-1/4" or 2-1/4" hoses, for efficient dust removal. In line 'Dust Port' with flexible dust collection; bag captures maximum amount of dust without compromising site line. Removable top allows for easy service and brush replacement. SPECIFICATIONS: Voltage 120 AC; Pad Size 4-1/4 in. x 4 in.;

From the Manufacturer

The Milwaukee 6020-21 1/4-sheet palm sander features a 3.0 amp permanent magnet motor with 14,000-orbits per minute. This powerful, lightweight motor produces dependable speed and power. The pad cushioning and break reduces swirl marks and ensures a smoother finish. This sander also has a tactile rubber top and body along with a narrow sander body. The ergonomic design provides added comfort and control and reduces user fatigue from any angle. Large paper clamp tabs allow for effortless paper changes. The integrated vacuum ports support 1-1/4-inch or 2-1/4-inch I.D. vacuum attachments. The Milwaukee 6020-21 1/4-sheet palm sander also has an in-line dust port with flexible dust collection bag to capture the maximum amount of dust without compromising site line, and features a removable top for easy service and brush replacement.

Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 6020-81
Item Weight7.4 pounds
Product Dimensions15.2 x 9.9 x 6.5 inches
Item model number6020-21
ColorRed
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Included ComponentsAttachments
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB000YZ8L66
Best Sellers Rank #126,073 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
Date First AvailableNovember 13, 2003
  
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3.5 out of 5 stars

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52 of 56 people found the following review helpful By WoodHog on July 15, 2008
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I'm the pickiest handy dude on this planet.
I read the positive and negative reviews and chose to buy this sander anyway.
I do not regret buying this sander. Other major brand sanders I compared are 1.7Amp 1.6Amp 2.0Amp 2.4Amp
Heres my honest review. Enjoy.
This sander is made with high quality materials and has a comfortable rubber grip and runs quiet and smooth.
This sander has a 12' long all rubber power cord and lots of power. It removed wood very fast for a finishing sander 14000 orbits and 1/16" orbit diameter.
Being a more powerful sander I needed to grip it a little more than my other bagless sander yet needed less downward pressure to actually sand.
A very minor issue....The rear paper clamp lever contacts the rectangular dust chute if the paper clamp lever is perfectly centered. My sample sandpaper installed in approx one minute.
There was no issue with sandpaper coming loose or tearing.
Helpful tip...
Buy good quality sandpaper and throw out old brittle junk sandpaper.
Even better news people. The cardboard box says....It accepts self adhesive paper. Yea!
The cloth dust bag has a round coil spring shaped wire inside so the bag don't hang flat. It captures sawdust well and twist locks on and does not fall off like earlier designs on other cheap sanders.
Even better news people. The cardboard box says intregated vacuum ports for 1 1/4" or 1 1/2" attatchments. Yea!
This is a superb sander combined with a hard plastic case for the money spent and the 5 yr warranty cant be beat.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By David on February 21, 2008
I have been a wood worker for 30 years and decided to try out the new 1/4 Sheet Sander that Milwaukee recently added to their line. I am amazed by how good this sander feels in your hand, Milwaukee obviously put a lot of thought in the grip. It has everything that you would like in a 1/4 sheet sander --- soft start, plenty of power, vacuum ports, pad cushioning and break. Do yourself a favor and try one of these sanders out, you will not be disappointed!
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By David Schinkai on December 7, 2008
I own this sander. I have worked on wooden boats, fiberglass boats, homes, furniture, etc. since 1988. I have used many different sanders, needless to say. This thing is a beauty. The supposed difficulty changing paper is no problem. Put the sandpaper in the rear clamp first, pushing down on the lever as you feed the paper in. Do the front the same way. A time saver is to load 3 sheets at the same time, then just rip off the spent sheet and you are good to go.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By John Biswanger on March 1, 2008
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This a great little 1/4 sheet sander, all the quality you have come to expect from Milwaukee. Note that getting the sandpaper into the locking slots is not easy! Take a lot of time to change papers. That not withstanding, it is a great value for the price.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By DaveW on April 9, 2008
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The rear clamp for the sandpaper interfers with the dust collector so that it is very difficult to change the paper. The front clamp is so tight that it takes a good effort to clamp the paper to the pad.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Brad Wayt on April 23, 2008
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I didn't read the owner's manual, so I didn't have the same problem as those that did. I do not know why the clamps had plastic covers over the teeth, but they came off easy enough. I haven't had it long enough to know how it will last, but it seems to be a big improvement over the previous model (which I still use after ten years).
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mark M. Landau on June 27, 2008
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My new rating is one star.
Update- After using this sander several times, I found the clamp giving me the same problem another reviewer had - the clamp would not hold the paper while sanding. I called Milwaukee service and they told me to use two sheets of sand paper. Though not the answer I wanted to hear, I tried that, which made it difficult to load the paper, and the paper fell off while sanding. This is going back to Amazon. There is obviously an engineering/mfg defect with this model.
This 1/4 sheet palm sander works easily and powerfully. For those having problems clamping the paper, hats off to Brad (other reviewer) who noticed that there are plastic guards that come off the clamp allowing easier insertion. Additionally, potential buyers should know that this is a kit - it comes in a hard plastic case with three 1/4 sheets of sandpaper as well as a hole punch. The marketing guys at Milwaukee tool should improve their product description to give all this info. so that Amazon/Milwaukee doesn't have to sell these at a substantially lower price than their competitors', and this is a Milwaukee with a five year warranty.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Snap, Crackle and Pop on November 8, 2009
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THE QUICK TAKE: The clamps don't clamp properly - it's hard to insert paper, and the front clamp loses its grip some of the time. So many users will find this tool wastes a lot of time.

Though for those using self-adhesive sandpaper, or for light or occasional use, this tool is a good value at the current heavily discounted price. The power gives quick results and a nice finish.

TWO ISSUES WITH THE CLAMPS: There are two big issues with the clamps that hold the sandpaper. Since this is where the rubber meets the road, so to speak, they will be serious issues for many users:

1 - The clamps are really awkward for installing paper - you have to force the clamp open and fiddle with getting the edge of the paper wrapped around the pad and under the clamp. A lever swings out, and you need to use that lever to lift the clamp out far enough to insert the paper. It takes a fair bit of force to open up the clamps, too, as the lever isn't that helpful. And you can't really use the back clamp as intended, because the dust tube gets in the way of using it in the center. So you need to move it to one side or the other, which means the clamp opens unevenly - more on the side the lever is on than the other side. All of which might be tolerable if it weren't for issue #2 ...

2 - The front clamp doesn't hold the paper, when used in certain applications. It seems worst when sanding on a wider piece of work, which engages more of the paper, and when moving across the work in certain directions. Self adhesive paper would likely overcome this problem. And light users may find that fooling with the paper is still worthwhile, given the low price and the results you can get with the sander.
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