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Rockwell RK9011 Shop Series Oscillating Spindle Sander

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  • 21 accessories
  • Powerful 3.5 amp motor
  • Die-cast iron table
  • 58 oscillations per minute
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Rockwell RK9011 Shop Series Oscillating Spindle Sander + 120 grit x 4.5 in. Sanding Sleeve Assortment + 80 grit x 4.5 in. Sanding Sleeve Assortment
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Technical Details
Part Number RK9011
Item Weight35.6 pounds
Product Dimensions20.5 x 18 x 16 inches
Item model numberRK9011
Power Sourcecorded-electric
Item Package Quantity15
Included Componentsbare-tool
Warranty Description2 year limited warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB002CJLV0U
Best Sellers Rank #190,238 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight35.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableJune 22, 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

"SHOP SERIES" OSCILLATING SPINDLE SANDER KIT * Sander is excellent for sanding contours, arcs, curves and other irregular shapes. * On board storage keeps sanding drums and throat plates from getting lost. * Tool features an exhaust port for vacuum cleaner connection, keyed safety switch and rubber foot pads. * specs: 120v/60hz, 2000 rpm no-load speed, 5/8" spindle stroke, table size is 14-1/2"x 11-3/8", 58 oscillations per minute, 3-5/8" max sanding height, weight 34 lbs. * Includes: 6 sanding sleeves 6 table inserts and 5 rubber sanding drums 5 drum washers. * 3.5 Amps * 21 accessories * Die-cast iron table * Powerful 3.5 amp motor * 58 oscillations per minute

From the Manufacturer

The Shop Series oscillating spindle sander is powered by an awesome 3.5 amp motor and the no load speed is 2000 rpm which deilvers 58 oscillations per minute. The table top is cast iron for durability. This kit comes with 6 sanding sleeves, 5 rubber sanding drums, 6 table inserts, 4 spindle washers and a spanner wrench.

Customer Reviews

The motor is surprisingly quiet.
Wask
I reassembled the drum and paper on the spindle, turned it on, and the this time the motor started to turn slowly, and then came up to speed.
Brian
The accessories cover everything you need to use the sander and are of good quality.
Brian001

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Wask on January 10, 2010
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Received this product with free shipping from Fed Ex in great condition. The instructions are a little vague, but not really an issue being that it is simple
to set up. The cast iron table is about an 1/8th of an inch thick and is tightly ribbed underneath. The plastic housing seems typical; I will have to check
back later to see how well it holds up. I tested this product with a medium size spindle against a piece of maple. The 3.5 amp motor did not hesitate
to remove stock efficiently. The motor is surprisingly quiet. The dust extraction is fantastic; I have an old ridgid vac that easily consumed all the dust from the table area. Priced on Amazon for $129.99. this is a very good machine.

Will update review in about 6 months.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By RDA327 on April 3, 2011
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I purchased this on 3/21/11. When i opened it one of the rubber feet was missing. I called customer support and they passed me off to a service center who told me it would take two weeks to get the part.Not wanting to wait two weeks i proped it up with a rubber washer that i had in the shop. The next were the inserts were to thin for the slot around the spindle and when you tried to sand small pieces they would wobble around the hole. With two layers of tape i was able to bring the inserts up even with the top.On 4/2/11 i was sanding a small piece for a band saw box i was making when for no reason the sander started slowing down and the motor started smoking.Was able to return to Amazon.com under the 30 day return policy. Please don't waste your money. You do get what you pay for.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Dr. J. E. Bradley on January 4, 2011
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First Rockwell comes and would not turn on after reading instructions! I removed bottom to find wires disconnected from motor--so I hooked them up--turned on for milli-second. Wires again disconnected--Then noted motor not attached to frame and had turned to disconnect wires--back it went for 2nd Rockwell--this one I tested immediately and it ran (very pleased)--set it up and was sanding away--for less than 5 minutes--loud noise from machine and significant smoke. Boxed up, returned, and money back. Two strikes and your out! For you that disregard this warning--Good luck.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Danny on April 22, 2012
This is the same sander that is Chinese made and sold under several names. Rockwell has undermined their name by buying and putting their name on such a crappy product.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By rspchet on January 13, 2011
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Purchased this sander in Feb. 2010. Worked great for 10 months, then started to smoke, flames came out and I unplugged unit. I called Rockwell tools, told them the problem, and they sent out a new unit the next day. Great service, great guarantee. Sometimes you don't get that with an entry level tool or even a step up professional model.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By tominpc on August 1, 2010
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For the price paid this sander is ok! First thing I noticed is table is really not large enough in the front half of sander.I still am trying to figure out why the back half has so much working space. When standing in front of it you must be very carefull not to tilt project you are working on. You only have about 3 inches of table in front of spindle. It makes a lot of noise but then again it comes down to the price. Knowning what I know now I would have purchased a DELTA. Bottom line, not a bad price & since woodworking is a hobby it does the job.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Brian on August 15, 2012
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I order this Rockwell purchase based on my recent purchase of the Bladerunner, which seems to work nicely, has great instructions, and was easy to set up. This oscillating spindle sander arrived today. I unboxed it, read through the abysmal assembly instructions (in stark contrast to the really great instructions accompanying the Bladerunner), and plugged it in to make sure it worked before I proceeded further. It came on, though the motor seemed harsh sounding, if that makes any sense. I will note that the cast-iron top had a little bit of rust on it. I proceeded to figure out how to assemble it (wasn't too hard), having never owned one of these before. I grabbed a scrap of cedar, and attempted to sand. Nothing...I checked the plug, removed the drum from the spindle, tried again, nothing. I reassembled the drum and paper on the spindle, turned it on, and the this time the motor started to turn slowly, and then came up to speed. I took my piece of wood and started to sand. It worked for about 30 seconds, and came to a halt. I rechecked the setup, and still no power. I checked the Rockwell website, under various categories, (including the obvious one...."oscillating tools"....and oddly, Rockwell does not list this product on its website. I even checked the packaging to see if there were indications that this was a return item mistakenly sent to my by Amazon, but it looks like factory original packaging, and arrived undamaged. Needless to say, after re-reading the other reviews, some of which reported similar dead machines, I'm returning this to Amazon in the morning, and ordering the Powertec sander. It's 60 plus more bucks, but I'm not willing to take a chance on the Rockwell again.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Monte R. Webster on July 12, 2013
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I bought this as a tool that I needed for making recurve bows. That means that I have been putting a lot of hours on it the last 1.5 years. I have not had any problems so far, even though it has been heavily used, including with very hard woods. My only wish for improvement would be to have more power and a larger table area. But for the price, it works great.

Update: after less than 2yrs, the motor started smoking. I called Rockwell and they sent me a replacement unit, since this was still under warranty. However, with the future I have planned, I don't think this unit will be able to handle the hours of grinding that I will subject it too. So I did some research and decided to purchase a Grizzly floor standing unit (G1071), which cost A LOT more, but rates usage in terms of 1000s of hours. It is a beast of a machine.

So, I would recommend this Rockwell unit for light hobby purposes as it is very useful to have in the shop for certain operations. However, if the hobby turns into long hours of use, it may not hold up to the workload. Rockwell is to be commended for their customer service and honoring their warranty.
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