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Posted on Performax 16-32 sander

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#1 posted 02-17-2018 03:34 PM

Setup is key as well as learning the small “tricks” to get perfect results and avoid the disasters that are always lurking.

If I was in the market based on what I know about my 16/32, $500 would be a fair price (still try to haggle down or get their extra sanding belts thrown in).

Setting the head parallel to the conveyor is easy, the difficulty is that the setting can shift slightly when locking down the head bolts.

Mike has a great technique for fine tuning the setup.

I’ve had to repair my conveyor motor box several times but it was fairly simple. The overload breaker on the motor had also become weak and would trip excessively. This was an easy item to replace as well.


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