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Revision as of 19:29, 2 January 2016

Belt sander
Belt sander.jpg
Model Metaserv Belt Grinder
Sub-category Woodworking
Status Good working order
Last updated 21 January 2019 11:57:07
Consumables Belts
Accessories Unknown
Training requirement Unknown
Training link Unknown
ACnode no
Owner Unknown
Origin Donated by Artag
Location Woodshop
Maintainers
Property "Origin" (as page type) with input value "Donated by [[User:Artag|Artag" contains invalid characters or is incomplete and therefore can cause unexpected results during a query or annotation process.
The belt sander from the front.
The controls for the belt sander.

There is now a belt sander in the workshop. (Now in the Dusty Wood Shop)

It's a bit of an odd one - it was intended for polishing metallurgical samples and will operate with the belt wet. There are controls for a belt sprayer and a washbowl. However, that needs a suitable waterproof belt which I haven't been able to find.

It's currently fitted with a normal dry belt. The tracking adjustment is rather more precise than those usual on a DIY grinder but it's still possible for it to be wrong : watch the belt and, if it appears to be wandering off centre (there should be shiny metal visible on both edges), either adjust it or stop it. You can see the places on the machine where it's wandered in the past and eaten the casing ..

If you need a stop to guide your workpiece, or need to use the rounded end of the belt, you may find it convenient to remove the cover from the right hand side. Please put it back afterwards,

Apparently there is a reset button, so if it stops working consider that it might have tripped and what the reason for that might be such as overheating..

--Artag 21:13, 3 March 2011 (UTC)

Size of current belts: 100x915 Here is a link to a company the sell a variety of wet/dry belts in packs of 10 metprep

--Tomwj 16:26, 21 June 2011 (UTC)

Wet/dry would be great, but if you need dry belts, there may be a few spares in the cabinet underneath the sander. If they're all used up, they were a pretty standard 4" Silverline belt from B&Q.

--artag