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2/9/2009

Convertible Abrasive Belt Machine

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Dynabrade's Dynafile II air-powered abrasive belt machine features a grinding head that pivots 360 degrees, allowing the tool to get into heard-to-reach areas. The machine features a 20,000-rpm direct-drive air motor that powers abrasive belts 1/4" to 3/4" × 18" long. According to the company, the ergonomically designed motor handle has a 7-degree pitch to help prevent wrist and arm fatigue.

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Dynabrade's Dynafile II air-powered abrasive belt machine features a grinding head that pivots 360 degrees, allowing the tool to get into heard-to-reach areas.

The machine features a 20,000-rpm direct-drive air motor that powers abrasive belts 1/4" to 3/4" × 18" long. According to the company, the ergonomically designed motor handle has a 7-degree pitch to help prevent wrist and arm fatigue. The tool features quick and easy abrasive belt change, interchangeable contact arms and trouble-free belt tracking, the company says. The tool also has a thermal-insulated housing, which prevents cold air transmission to the operator's hand, while at the same time, reducing tool vibration. Additionally, the air motor converts to a die grinder by adding a collet, and it converts to an air drill by adding a chuck.

A versatility kit includes the tool, an assortment of contact arms, abrasive belts and a 1/4" collet.

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