Tool • Studio
- 3.0 Amp motor spins the pad at 8,000 - 12,000 OPM
- Shorter height minimizes the distance between user and work piece
- Design reduces vibration and the rubber over-mold in critical areas reduces user fatigue
- Dust-sealed switch for dust protection for longer switch life
- Dust bag has one-hand locking system
Flying Debris Forces
Flying chips and airborne dust
Contact with blade
From flying debris
Sanding operation produces substantial noise.
Things to Avoid
- Do not use faulty equipment. Immediately report suspect equipment.
- Never operate the tool with one hand while holding the workpiece with the other hand.
- Always clamp the material and guide the tool with both hands.
- Do not use a power tool while you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication.
- Do not sand branches, dowel, or wood with embedded nails or screws.
- Do not sand ferrous material.
- Locate and ensure you are familiar with all machine operations and controls.
- Check for damaged parts. Do not use the tool if the switch does not turn it on and off.
- Ensure the work area is clean and uncluttered. Keep table and work area clear of all tools, off-cut timber and sawdust.
- Start the dust extraction unit before using the machine.
- Hold power tool by insulated gripping surfaces, because the sander may contact its own cord.
- Secure the workpiece with clamps and against the guard fences and support the workpiece on a stable platform.
- Practice trigger safety by removing finger from trigger until ready to sand.
- Never sand lead-based paint
- Do not operate without dust collection bag
- Turn the tool off, then disconnect plug from the power supply before making adjustments or cleaning the tool.
- Remove debris from area using the shop-vac.
- Wash exposed skin with soap and water after sanding.