George Vondriska teaches you how to use a 19-38 Combo Brush/Drum Sander from SuperMax Tools to easily sand those complex profiles that you just can’t reach on your woodworking projects. George demonstrates the technique for using a drum sander on a raised-panel door that he has been working on, and shows you how to maximize the machine’s effectiveness by selecting the right interchangeable head and setting it to the proper rpm.
19-38 Combo Brush/Drum Sander provided by SuperMax. For more information, visit www.supermaxtools.com
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Do you happen to know what other manufacturers make a combination drum sander besides SuperMax?
We are a large cabinet door Refinishing company. Will this machine with the flatter head sand down and possibly off old finish to allow us to reprime and refinish the old doors? Trying to have time and money from orbital and hand sanding!
Hi Brennen. This machine might work for you. Since it uses a flutter sander, kind of an abrasive brush, it can get into detailed areas. Your best bet would be to contact SuperMax and tell them what you’re working on. They’re a great company and will be able to tell you definitively if this could work, what abrasive would be best, and if other companies are using it for similar purposes. Reach SuperMax here Toll Free: (949) 474-1200 email@example.com
I noticed that you have Delta controller on a Super Max drum sander. Does Delta make Super Max?
Supermax is not owned by Delta. To my knowledge they are an independent company.