MicroLux® Drum Thickness Sander
Drum Thickness Sander Turns Your Shop into a Portable Lumber Mill
Sands wood up to 1/2 inch thick and 5 inches wide
The MicroLux® Drum Thickness Sander is designed for model makers and serious hobbyists who need wood in sizes not available commercially. The rotating drum inside the housing sands wood sheet and strip to the desired size with a precision that will satisfy the most-demanding model builder. And the crafter can even manufacture his own lumber from resawn boards, or from wood sawn from small logs and other stock.
I needed about ten sheets of scribed sheetwood reduced from 1/16 to 1/32 thick. The drum thickness sander was a trooper and buzzed through them in a few minutes. I used a micrometer and the variation between boards and along each board was less than 0.003 inch. Looking around my shop, I said, 'There isn't another tool here that could do that. Bravo!'
Wayne W., Tucson, AZ
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|Drum size: 2 inches in diameter x 5-1/2 inches long|
Capacity: Sands wood up to 1/2 inch thick and 5 inches wide
Motor: 1/3 horsepower, 120v AC
Drum speed: 5800 rpm
Sanding sleeves: Various grits available (sold separately)
Machine construction: Cast iron and steel plate
Drive system: Multi-V-belt
Accuracy: Table is adjustable side-to-side for uniform thickness
Vacuum port: Located on rear...1-1/4 inches in diameter
Overall size: 9 inches wide x 10 inches deep x 11 inches high
Weight: 33 lbs.
Includes one 120 grit sanding sleeve
Customer Reviews of This Item
Great addition to model shop
by JACK -
The sander is very well preserved for storage and shipping. You will have to disassemble and thoroughly clean the machine.
<br>The steel roller was already installed and had scored the table. Micro-Mark Customer Service immediately sent me a replacement table. They stand behind their products and have wonderful service.
<br>When reassembling the sander, make sure to realign the table with the sanding drum as explained in the “Maintenance” section of the instructions.
<br>I applied a thin coat of paste wax to the table to provide a smooth surface for the wood to slide on.
<br>Even though the sander does not auto-feed the wood, it only took me two passes to get the feel for the correct speed to feed the wood.
<br>I am very surprised at the overall hearty construction and ease of operation. This is a great addition to my model shop.