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What grit do folks use in their disc sanders? I see Jim Byrnes sells 80, 180, and 320 grits on his site for use with his disc sander....seems to me that 80 grit might be more aggressive than needed for forming small pieces, and the 320 grit while great for a nice finish could have a tendency to burn if one is not careful. That would make 180 the obvious choice. Am I right on this, or am I missing something? In reality it seems the best option would be to have more than one grit available, does anybody have multiple disc sanders in their shop or do you have multiple plates and switch grits depending on the work at hand? Looking for some real and practical experience here from folks who have successfully addressed this issue...
hello friends! i just boat the Disc sander TG 125/E and i can say that tool is from the category : "Must have" a very good quality there is degrees guide and the table also can move with degrees guide (beside the ruler !) i just want to ask if some one has this tool and if he know about alternative for sandpapers Because for that tool you need a spacial sand paper that cam with sticker best regards! Michael.