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For the love of all things great and small... DO NOT BUY DEWALT PNUEMATIC TOOLS... especially the sander.

Most of my tools are Dewalt's, and every sander I use, in woodworking, is pnuematic. However, this one will rattle your hand off, and vibrate itself apart.

Sanders are a weird tool (especially pnuematic sanders). You either buy low priced, or go realllly high priced. Every one in between $50, and $200 is simply not worth it... both in terms of Electric and Pneumatic.


If interested in a pneumatic sander, (and I highly suggest you go to pnuematic if using an electric between that $50-$200 range) I found a great one (for the money) on Amazon for like $30-40. I cant remember the name, but I'll look it up if anyone wants me to give them a link.

I'm a 1 armed woodworker. Junky sanders can destroy me, so I'm extremely picky when it comes to them.
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Quote from IncompletePerfect :
For the love of all things great and small... DO NOT BUY DEWALT PNUEMATIC TOOLS... especially the sander.

Most of my tools are Dewalt's, and every sander I use, in woodworking, is pnuematic. However, this one will rattle your hand off, and vibrate itself apart.

Sanders are a weird tool (especially pnuematic sanders). You either buy low priced, or go realllly high priced. Every one in between $50, and $200 is simply not worth it... both in terms of Electric and Pneumatic.


If interested in a pneumatic sander, (and I highly suggest you go to pnuematic if using an electric between that $50-$200 range) I found a great one (for the money) on Amazon for like $30-40. I cant remember the name, but I'll look it up if anyone wants me to give them a link.

I'm a 1 armed woodworker. Junky sanders can destroy me, so I'm extremely picky when it comes to them.
One eyed handyman here interested in the link 😅
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Will each tool be posted in its own thread?
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Quote from IncompletePerfect :
For the love of all things great and small... DO NOT BUY DEWALT PNUEMATIC TOOLS... especially the sander.

Most of my tools are Dewalt's, and every sander I use, in woodworking, is pnuematic. However, this one will rattle your hand off, and vibrate itself apart.

Sanders are a weird tool (especially pnuematic sanders). You either buy low priced, or go realllly high priced. Every one in between $50, and $200 is simply not worth it... both in terms of Electric and Pneumatic.


If interested in a pneumatic sander, (and I highly suggest you go to pnuematic if using an electric between that $50-$200 range) I found a great one (for the money) on Amazon for like $30-40. I cant remember the name, but I'll look it up if anyone wants me to give them a link.

I'm a 1 armed woodworker. Junky sanders can destroy me, so I'm extremely picky when it comes to them.
Dual armed, four-eyed woodworker here interested in the link.
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Quote from IncompletePerfect :
For the love of all things great and small... DO NOT BUY DEWALT PNUEMATIC TOOLS... especially the sander.

Most of my tools are Dewalt's, and every sander I use, in woodworking, is pnuematic. However, this one will rattle your hand off, and vibrate itself apart.

Sanders are a weird tool (especially pnuematic sanders). You either buy low priced, or go realllly high priced. Every one in between $50, and $200 is simply not worth it... both in terms of Electric and Pneumatic.


If interested in a pneumatic sander, (and I highly suggest you go to pnuematic if using an electric between that $50-$200 range) I found a great one (for the money) on Amazon for like $30-40. I cant remember the name, but I'll look it up if anyone wants me to give them a link.

I'm a 1 armed woodworker. Junky sanders can destroy me, so I'm extremely picky when it comes to them.
Please share
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Sure looked strange to me!
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Quote from IncompletePerfect :
For the love of all things great and small... DO NOT BUY DEWALT PNUEMATIC TOOLS... especially the sander.

Most of my tools are Dewalt's, and every sander I use, in woodworking, is pnuematic. However, this one will rattle your hand off, and vibrate itself apart.

Sanders are a weird tool (especially pnuematic sanders). You either buy low priced, or go realllly high priced. Every one in between $50, and $200 is simply not worth it... both in terms of Electric and Pneumatic.


If interested in a pneumatic sander, (and I highly suggest you go to pnuematic if using an electric between that $50-$200 range) I found a great one (for the money) on Amazon for like $30-40. I cant remember the name, but I'll look it up if anyone wants me to give them a link.

I'm a 1 armed woodworker. Junky sanders can destroy me, so I'm extremely picky when it comes to them.
Please share the link
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Was it the Tacklife [amazon.com] one? I got it for $18 about 4 months ago and it's OK.

Quote from IncompletePerfect :
For the love of all things great and small... DO NOT BUY DEWALT PNUEMATIC TOOLS... especially the sander.

Most of my tools are Dewalt's, and every sander I use, in woodworking, is pnuematic. However, this one will rattle your hand off, and vibrate itself apart.

Sanders are a weird tool (especially pnuematic sanders). You either buy low priced, or go realllly high priced. Every one in between $50, and $200 is simply not worth it... both in terms of Electric and Pneumatic.


If interested in a pneumatic sander, (and I highly suggest you go to pnuematic if using an electric between that $50-$200 range) I found a great one (for the money) on Amazon for like $30-40. I cant remember the name, but I'll look it up if anyone wants me to give them a link.

I'm a 1 armed woodworker. Junky sanders can destroy me, so I'm extremely picky when it comes to them.
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Quote from IncompletePerfect :
For the love of all things great and small... DO NOT BUY DEWALT PNUEMATIC TOOLS... especially the sander.

Most of my tools are Dewalt's, and every sander I use, in woodworking, is pnuematic. However, this one will rattle your hand off, and vibrate itself apart.

Sanders are a weird tool (especially pnuematic sanders). You either buy low priced, or go realllly high priced. Every one in between $50, and $200 is simply not worth it... both in terms of Electric and Pneumatic.


If interested in a pneumatic sander, (and I highly suggest you go to pnuematic if using an electric between that $50-$200 range) I found a great one (for the money) on Amazon for like $30-40. I cant remember the name, but I'll look it up if anyone wants me to give them a link.

I'm a 1 armed woodworker. Junky sanders can destroy me, so I'm extremely picky when it comes to them.
Link please.
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Was it the Tacklife [amazon.com] one? I got it for $18 about 4 months ago and it's OK.
The entire point of the previous post was promoting pneumatic sanders over electric. The Tacklife one you posted is electric.
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Can someone please eli15 the benefit of the pneumatic sander over electric?
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The entire point of the previous post was promoting pneumatic sanders over electric. The Tacklife one you posted is electric.
Thanks. I didn't know the difference. TIL.
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