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Richard Nelmes
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Thread: Sanding with a Multi-cutter
on 25.02.2012 at 17:59
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Fein have sanding fingers and a 115mm diameter sanding disc available, as well as the 93mm Delta sanding pads that are available for the GOP 10.8 V-Li, 250 CE and 300 SCE Multi-cutters.  I have not been able to find Bosch fingers and a disc, do they exist?  Or will the Fein sanding discs and fingers fit the GOP Multi-cutters?

Would a 115mm disc to be better / quicker than a Delta for sanding large areas?

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on 01.06.2012 at 09:00
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A 150mm random orbit sander would be the best sander to use for larger areas if a good finish is needed.
and would have good dust extraction in contrast to the multi tools

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on 01.06.2012 at 19:03
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I would agree that for very large areas a tool that has larger area of abrasive material would be better. However, very pleased with the results that the Bosch 250CE produced on intricate and difficult areas of stairs and balustrade.

Dust extraction....who needs that?  We've got hairs in our noses to filter dust havent' we... :)

(Says he, waiting for a GAS25 to be found at Bosch distribution)


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