|Product Depth (in.)||8.5 in||Product Height (in.)||6.25 in|
|Product Width (in.)||5 in|
|Amperage (A)||3||Bench & Stationary Tool Type||Disc Sander|
|Cord Length (ft.)||6||Corded Tool Type||Disc Sander|
|Cordless/Corded||Corded||Dust collection type||Bag|
|Maximum Speed (RPM)||12000 RPM||Power Tool Features||Lock On Switch, No Tool Disc/Pad Change, Random Orbit|
|Product Weight (lb.)||3.4 lb||Random orbit||Yes|
|Returnable||90-Day||Tools Product Type||Power Tool|
|Certifications and Listings||CSA Listed||Manufacturer Warranty||90 Day Money Back Guarantee, 1 Year Free Service Contract, 3 Year Limited Warranty|
A: As long as you clean out the dust bag when it starts filling up, you can sand indefinitely. It's got a built in sort of cooling fan, if you will.
A: I am not sure what paneling you are talking about. I have used my sander for hours (4) with out stopping except to clean out the dust collection bag and blow it out with compressed air. Its a kinda of feel thing, you have to know when the sander is bogging down and that is just by feel. I gave mine a break by cleaning it out every 25 minutes. It depends on where you are using it and the grit of the paper that you are using. Outside in a breeze, or inside in a heated room makes a big difference. Good Luck BE SAFE
A: Yes you can use it. Use a fine grit of sandpaper and it will do a great job
A: This would be ideal for that. Just use the proper grit sandpaper for sanding drywall and keep the sander moving to avoid low spots. I also suggest wearing a mask or better, a decent respirator like the 3M ones they sell. I don't do anything in my wood shop without a respirator and shudder at the though of doing drywall without some type of breathing protection
A: I would recommend not using this to polish your car, The HD sells polishers and I would invest in doing that if you are going to polish your car quiet a bit. The sander may not get you the desired results you are looking for.
A: We would not suggest using this as a polishing tool.