Triple head wide belt sander 1000mm is used to sand products that require high smoothness and speed. The 3-roll continuous scrubbing design delivers satisfactory finished product results.
Introduction of triple head wide belt sander 1000mm
Features of triple head wide belt sander 1000mm
- Perform sanding and polishing smooth product surfaces at high speed.
- 3-axis design: grinding, fine grinding, and smoothing, help bring optimal smoothness.
- The 3-axis sanding machine is capable of sanding workpieces up to 1000mm wide.
- Set scrubbing parameters with just 1 touch, with high accuracy.
- Speed adjustment system with inverter ensures safety and easy control.
Specification of triple head wide belt sander 1000mm
Max. Working width
Min. Working length
2 – 110 mm
Dimension of abrasive belt
1030 x 2200 mm
5 – 36 m/min
Lift table motor
Rush roller motor
Exhaust volume requirement
Advantages of triple head wide belt sander 1000mm you don’t know?
- Can scrub products with many different profiles without much effort.
- Synchronous processing, large quantities in a short time, saving labor costs.
- The machine operates stably, has a long lifespan, and high-quality conveyor belts, and produces flat, smooth products.
- Workpiece feeding speed can be adjusted depending on needs and products.
- There is a shaft limit switch, helping the machine operate safely, and limiting damage or breakage of the abrasive belt.
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Latest triple head wide belt sander 1000mm price
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