• MMS Youtube
  • MMS Facebook
  • MMS Linkedin
  • MMS Twitter
2/29/2016

Line of Pneumatic Tools Covers Range of Sanding Applications

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Dynabrade offers the National Detroit Legacy Series of pneumatic sanding tools, including dual-action, gear-driven and long board sanders offered in various sizes.

Share

Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Related Suppliers

Dynabrade offers the National Detroit Legacy Series of pneumatic sanding tools, including dual-action, gear-driven and long board sanders offered in various sizes. The 5"- and 6"-diameter DAQ dual-action sanders are designed for sanding filler and primer, removing rust and scale, and feather edging. The 5"- and 6"-diameter ELZ dual-action sanders are for fine finishing, sanding drop and base coats, and polishing.

The 8"-diameter gear-driven sander operates at 800 rpm for stock removal, leveling, paint removal and body filler sanding. The FB8 long board sander runs at 6,000 rpm and features a 2¾" × 16" rubber sanding pad. The company says it is good for leveling, sanding body filler and various blending applications.

RELATED CONTENT

  • For Superfinishing Excellence, Start With The Right Finish

    The key to excellence in superfinishing operations is the incoming grinding finish on the workpieces. With the right start, superfinishing is a very effective and economical process for achieving mirror-like finishes.

  • Creep-feed Grinding Is A Milling Process

    Because creep-feed grinding is essentially a milling process, why not use a VMC? A grinding machine supplier describes how a VMC platform can make creep-feed grinding more effective.

  • Centerless Grinding: Not Magic!

    Achieving consistent and quality results from the centerless grinding process requires an understanding of the basic fundamentals. Most application problems associated with centerless grinding derive from a misunderstanding of the basics. This article explains why the centerless process works and how to use it most effectively in your shop.

Related Topics

Resources