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Makita 2 Amp Corded 1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander


2 Amp Corded 1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander

  • Powerfully versatile sheet sander
  • Feature rich, ergonomic design for user comfort and convenience
  • Highly rated finish sander for overall performance
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Product Overview

The Makita 1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander is ideal for wood workers and finish carpenters for a wide range of finish-sanding applications. This sander features a 2 Amp motor that delivers 14,000 orbits per minute for fast and smooth finishing. To increase durability, it has a rubber-sealed switch that helps prevent dust contamination and all-ball bearing construction to significantly reduce vibration and noise.

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  • Includes sander, 60-grit abrasive paper (742509-3), 100-grit abrasive paper (742510-8-5), 150-grit abrasive paper (742511-6-5), dust bag (166078-4) and punch plate (450066-4)
  • 14,000 OPM for fast and smooth finish sanding
  • Precision engineered all-ball bearing construction for reduced vibration and noise
  • Large clamping lever for quick and easy paper installation
  • Efficient through-the-pad dust collection system for a cleaner work environment
  • Conveniently located on/off switch for easy one-handed operation
  • Contoured, rubberized palm grip design for comfort and control
  • Aluminum cast shoe base for increased durability
  • Double insulated
  • 1-year warranty
  • Includes: abrasive paper, 60-grit (742509-3), abrasive paper, 100-grit (742510-8-5), abrasive paper, 150-grit (742511-6-5), dust bag (166078-4), punch plate (450066-4)
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Name 2 Amp 1/4 Sheet Sander 2 Amp Corded 1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander 2.3 Amp 1/4 Sheet Orbital Finishing Sander 3 Amp 1/4 Sheet Corded Palm Sander
Brand Ryobi Makita DEWALT Milwaukee
Ratings (150) (55) (37) (52)
Reconditioned No No No No
Dust collection type Bag Bag Bag Bag
Speed (rpm) 14000 14000 14000 14000
Power Tool Features Bag Included No Additional Features Bag Included,No Tool Disc/Pad Change Bag Included,Lock On Switch
Cordless/ Corded Corded Corded Corded Corded
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can I adapt Tis to a vacuum?

I would like to hook it to a small shop vac.
Asked by: Anonymous
Yes! With some minor alterations like a reducer from your vacuum you should be able to adapt nicely.
Answered by: Bubba
Date published: 2017-03-07

is this a square sander good for sanding sheeprock

Asked by: Anonymous
I would not recommend using any sander on sheetrock! You can use a putty knife and scrape off what you need to remove! The dust would be a major problem for both you and the sander.
Answered by: Bubba
Date published: 2015-09-17

will paper stay in place?

Or due you have to re set paper all the time.
Asked by: BULL
I just recently purchased this sander and I can attest to the fact that the paper DOES NOT STAY IN PLACE. Not only does the sand paper not stay in place the pad has a ware area on it already and I swear I bought this in the month of November and I will be returning it because of the apparent ware and the fact that the paper will not and does not stay in place.
Answered by: iliv2golf
Date published: 2016-11-19

can I use this to sand my wood floors

Asked by: peppermint
This sander uses a quarter sheet of sandpaper. If you are sanding a small area it will work fine. If you want to sand an entire floor or a large area I would not recommend it. Using a sander this size can cause you to create hills and valleys as you sand. I have had success using a belt sander, but, even with a belt sand you have to be careful.
Answered by: haikurodney
Date published: 2016-10-11
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