Edge Sanding Machine MMZ-S1W5 Positive and Negative Connection

Edge Sanding Machine MMZ-S1W5 Positive and Negative Connection

* This production line is combined with 2 forward and reverse sanding machines (MMZ-S1W5) and conveying roller table.

* This production line can finish two sides of the door plate sanding; The first side is sanded by the first forward sanding machine, and the second side is directly sanded by the reverse sanding machine after passing through the roller table.

* This production line is flexible and easy to operate. The sanding problem of two sides can be realized by cooperating with the roller table. Greatly reduce handling, reduce labor, improve efficiency.

Sand Edge Machine MMZ-S1W5 Positive and Negative Connection

Sand Edge Machine MMZ-S1W5 Positive and Negative Connection

Sand Edge Machine MMZ-S1W5 Positive and Negative Connection

Sand Edge Machine MMZ-S1W5 Positive and Negative Connection

Plate length


Sheet width


Plate thickness


Single piece weight


Feeding speed


Feed spacing

Plate length + 50

Most edge sander machines these days are either powered by a cord, batteries or gas. The type of power source you select will depend on the power requirements of the model. One thing to consider is if you need to use your edge sander frequently - and if so, a corded model may be a better choice. A battery powered sanding machine would be more convenient for a person who uses their sanding machine occasionally. On the other hand, if you're a professional, and do a lot of edge sanding, a gas powered unit will be your best choice.

Before purchasing an edge sanding machine, you should know what kind of result you're after. Are you simply trying to remove small scratches from wood furniture? Or are you looking for a fine polish that removes years of built up dirt, grease and grime? If you have a large woodworking project at hand, it's recommended that you purchase a model with a larger belt. A larger belt means that the sanding process will be longer and easier.

Many people wonder about the difference in sound emitted by each of the different types of edge sanding machines. There's no real difference. The main thing to consider is the type of belt lubrication. Most of today's Sanders utilize a conventional belt type of lubrication. This is ideal, since it offers long life and ease of use for both sanding edges and the rotating brushes that move over them.

On the other hand, some edge sanding machines use belt-driven sanding systems, which give them a distinctive sound. One problem that many people run into is that although they'll clean the sides of the wood, they sometimes miss the backside of the piece. This is why it's imperative that you turn on the sanding machine's belt-driven sanding system - you want to get those cracks! Again, this shouldn't be a major problem for most machines, but if you're having trouble, it's important to check before you buy.

The last thing we're going to discuss here is what you should look for when purchasing sanding machines. First off, you want to make sure the size of the machine matches the kind of surface you're dealing with. For instance, cabinet door edges need to be thick, and if you have something like vinyl, then you don't want to use small belt-driven units. On the other hand, cabinet door edges can be small and fine with a small belt unit. These are just some quick tips that will help you get started shopping for your new sanding unit!




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