Scheppach 240V Belt and Disc Sander

May 27, 2019 - Comment

Supplied By IDEABRIGHT LTD Description SCHEPPACH SCHEPPACH BTS 800 Belt & Disc Sander – 240v (4903302901) – Belt and disc sanding are combined with the BTS 800 sander. This is the major benefit with the BTS 800 – The tilting table can be positioned for both belt and disc sanding operations – Strong and rigid

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Supplied By IDEABRIGHT LTD Description

SCHEPPACH

SCHEPPACH BTS 800 Belt & Disc Sander – 240v (4903302901)

– Belt and disc sanding are combined with the BTS 800 sander. This is the major benefit with the BTS 800
– The tilting table can be positioned for both belt and disc sanding operations
– Strong and rigid cast iron body
– Removable support table
– Sanding belt horizontally and vertically adjustable
– Designed for sanding wood or wood-like materials
– Replaces Scheppach BTS900X
– Easy to replace sanding discs with velcro fastening system

SCHEPPACH BTS800 Belt & Disc Sander – 240v Comes with :-

– Variable Cross fence
– Sanding plate with Velcro
– Incl. Sanding belt and sanding paper with K80

SCHEPPACH BTS 800 Belt & Disc Sander – 240v Specification :-

– Dimensions: L 475 x W 365 x H 325 mm
– lapping Edition: L 280 x W 100 mm
– Cross Table Size: L 215 x W 146 mm
– Sanding belt length: 914 mm
– Sanding belt width: 100 mm
– Belt speed: 7.5 m / sec
– Sanding plate diameter: 150 mm
– Sanding plate speed: 2850 1/min
– suction ø inside: 57 mm, outside 63 mm
– Weight approx: 21.5 kg

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Product Features

  • Innovation For quick and exact sanding and finishing
  • Adjustable belt sander, 90° horizontal to 90° vertical
  • The sanding table, swinging through 45°, can variably be used for belt and disc sanding
  • Easy to replace sanding Discs with Velcro Fastening system
  • Multifunctional and handy

Comments

Anonymous says:

Well worth the money Brilliant machine, I bought this product because I make Toys that Teach, eg. ‘ Attribute Dominoes’ which teach young children all about Geometrics while playing a game as they have different shapes, colours and sizes on them instead of dots. There’s lots of sanding to do, doing this by hand is a long and laborious job but with this sander I had all 21 pieces completed in less than an hour. It’s heavy enough not to travel on the worktop while in use and quiet enough that you don’t want to keep turning it off to protect you ears because you’re fed up with the noise. It’s a well set out machine and being left handed I don’t have any problems with using the belt, disc or on/off buttons, they’re all there in front of me. The only negative I have got is the dust outlet, it’s too big for a conventional vacuum pipe so I’ve had to put a big box behind it to stop the dust going all over the workshop.

Anonymous says:

very good for the price very good for the price, eats through wood no problem with the supplied 80 grit belt, much slower through metal, but haven’t tried it with my 40 grit belts yet but would expect it to get through steel far more aggressively, only draw back that I have found is that the back plate that the belt runs on sticks out the side of the belt, making it difficult to get deep angle cuts if the piece you are grinding is bigger than/wider than the belt. I am sure there is a way around this haven’t played around enough yet. As for me is will be a multi purpose grinder its not the biggest problem. I’m pretty impressed with it. oh and surprisingly quiet.

Anonymous says:

Does the job. This is a replacement for a 10 year old Rexon machine which developed difficulty in keeping the belt on track. This Sheppach is a better (and slightly dearer) machine and handles everything I throw at it. Model making is my main use with some other lightweight wood and brass jobs. I like the dust extraction apparatus on this machine as both belt and disc dust exit the through machine through the same hole unlike the aging Rexon. This hole is a lot bigger than the Rexon so the vacuum hose is too small. I met this challenge by cutting a hole in a clear yogurt pot which snuggly fitted over the extraction hole. then put the vacuum pipe through the hole in the pot and voila! all works fine. The sander discs have velcro type backs so easy to change. The sliding variable angle guide for the disc is a bit slack but it seems they all are. Heavy sturdy base means that the machine doesn’t wander so a good stable platform. Would I recommend? Most certainly YES. It’s inexpensive and does…

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