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If you’re looking for an easy-to-use drum sander for hardwood floors, the EZ-8 is an excellent option. This sander is designed for beginners, and it’s very simple to operate.
It comes with a built-in handle, so you can easily move it around your shop. And it features a dust port that collects sawdust and debris as you work.
Before using the sander, make sure that you read the safety instructions and understand how to use it safely.
Apply moderate pressure and move the workpiece back and forth with a slight circular motion. Be sure to keep your fingers clear of the sanding belt.
Don’t apply too much pressure, or you’ll damage the workpiece. Keep the speed slow to avoid burning the wood.
Clean off any debris or sawdust that builds upon the workpiece. This ensures better results and prolongs the life of your sanding belt. Also, clean off the dust port frequently.
If you’ve never used a drum sander before, you might want to start with some scrap wood. Once you get used to sanding with this machine, you can begin sanding your wood projects.
You can level the EZ-8 Drum Sander by sight or with a level.
If you’re using a level:
If you’re using a level, make sure that the unit is placed on a flat surface before inspecting it for level.
To tighten a drum sander, you’ll need an Allen wrench.
You can find several different paper options for your drum sander. The most common type is standard 40-grit sandpaper, suitable for sanding wood and removing paint or varnish.
There are also some different grits available to choose the best for your project. 80-grit sandpaper is suitable for rough sanding, while 120-grit is better for finish sanding. You can also find specialty sandpaper, such as wood grain sandpaper or polishing sandpaper.