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Heavy Duty Alloy 10in Multi-profile Hand Sander (Blue)

Heavy Duty Alloy 10in Multi-profile Hand Sander (Blue)

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For those of us who still like the challenge of a traditional model build, this is the ideal tool for contouring wing and control surfaces to the correct aerodynamic profile.

Made from extruded Aluminum and comes with #180 self adhesive sand paper.
This hand sander is made to last.

Several grits of self adhesive sandpaper are available - Please see the related items below!

Spec.:
Dimension(LxWxH): 254 x 63.5 x 39mm

  • SKU 207000006
  • Brand -
  • Capacity (mAh) -
  • Shipping Weight 198.0000
  • Packaging Length 300.00
  • Packaging Width 40.00
  • Packaging Height 160.00
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I ordered 2 of these. Getting the paper on was easy enough. Just keep it rolled as you align it and then let it unroll as you apply pressure to the surface. I used a mixing stick to press the paper onto each area of the shapes, letting the paper out just enough to allow the stick to press it down.
For the 2nd one, I cut a strip of higher grade paper and used 3M spray adhesive and attached the paper the same way. With the adhesive on both surfaces, it was a little harder, but since the paper was cut .5" wider than the original, I was able to wrap the paper around the the outer-edge, which made it easy to lay down in the rest of the surfaces as it unrolled. Be sure to use a mixing stick, as it'll give you the ability to get the paper into the curved surfaces evenly.

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I ordered 2 of these. Getting the paper on was easy enough. Just keep it rolled as you align it and then let it unroll as you apply pressure to the surface. I used a mixing stick to press the paper onto each area of the shapes, letting the paper out just enough to allow the stick to press it down.
For the 2nd one, I cut a strip of higher grade paper and used 3M spray adhesive and attached the paper the same way. With the adhesive on both surfaces, it was a little harder, but since the paper was cut .5" wider than the original, I was able to wrap the paper around the the outer-edge, which made it easy to lay down in the rest of the surfaces as it unrolled. Be sure to use a mixing stick, as it'll give you the ability to get the paper into the curved surfaces evenly.

Nice tool - good quality. Minus one crown for not having clips for the sand paper (needs adhesive sandpaper)

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Nice tool - good quality. Minus one crown for not having clips for the sand paper (needs adhesive sandpaper)

Good sander with various generic profiles, sticking the sand paper could get tricky

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Good sander with various generic profiles, sticking the sand paper could get tricky

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