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Belt Sander, 6 X 48 In, 1 1/2 HP, 2850 SFPM
- Item # 3WRR3
- Mfr. Model # 414600
- UNSPSC # 27112708
- Catalog Page # 1028
- Shipping Weight 277.0 lbs.
- Item Belt Sander
- HP 1-1/2
- Voltage 115/230
- Amps AC 20/10
- Phase 1
- Hz 60
- Belt Size (In.) 6 x 48
- Belt SFPM 2850
- Table Work Surface (In.) 7-3/8 x 14-3/4
- Belt Table Tilt Angle (Deg.) 0 to 90 Degrees
- Platen Size (In.) 6 1/4 x 14 3/4
- Dust Collection Port Size (In.) 3
- Table Material Cast Iron
- Overall Width (In.) 16
- Overall Depth (In.) 29
- Overall Height (In.) 58
- Features Table tilts 45 degrees out and 20" for all angle finishing operations, Fine thread adjustment for simple and easy belt tracking, Removable upper guard for contour finishing, Variable-position locks; belt head adjusts vertically, horizontal and in-between
- Includes Stand, Miter Gauge
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