Orbital sander pads are very abrasive and ideal for smoothing the woods and plastics to remove a small amount of waste material. It is also applicable to a versatile material such as metal, nonmetal, wood, rubber, plastic, stone, glasses and provides a beautiful polish to change the look or shape of your desired material.
If your motive is to grind the curved surfaces of metal or non-metal items, then this disc sander offers a great finish.
Brand Name: AUSTOR
Grit Material: Aluminum Oxide
Number of Items: 60
Part Number: AMA-17-536
UNSPSC Code: 31191506
03 Feature Analysis
3.1 Aluminum oxide
AUSTOR 60 pieces Sanding Discs is made from aluminum oxide, an abrasive material that offers anti-static motion and increases the rotating power while polishing or cutting the hard stone or glass metals. It delivers a fast and long-lasting cut and ideal for polishing the wood, jade, or other metals.
3.2 5-inch diameter suitable for use with random orbit sanders
5-inch diameter hook and loop are suitable for using this random orbit sanders. This hook and loop sandpaper backing makes grit changes quick and easy to lengthen the life of the abrasive.
3.3 Pre-punched with eight holes
An orbital sander is designed with eight holes uniform dust extraction. The holes are big regarding depth and width so that the dust does not remain accumulated and extract when the disc sanders rotate. So, it provides smooth operation and reduces scratches on the polishing material.
04 Pros & Cons
Smooth to grind the curved surfaces
Remove small amount of waste material
Provides maximize resistance to clogging and pilling
Do not put freehand above the surface
05 Final Verdict
AUSTOR 60 Pieces of Sanding Disc come with very secured design and construction to provide flexibility to professionals in automotive, woodworking, industrial spheres. As it is a human-made product, so it is not above fault. By being conscious, you can just avoid the mistakes conducted by this orbital sander.
In this AUSTOR 60 pieces Sanding Discs review, we have told that you should not use it with freehand as it is hazardous when the disc sanders rotate for polishing or cutting the surface. If you use it for cutting the stone or glass surface, then you should use reliable hand protective equipment in hands, but you should avoid using gloves as they will grab and pull your hand into the abrasive surface. So, gloves should not be worn to prevent slipping your hand into the glasses.