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DREMEL EZ SpeedClic Fine Sanding Disc 2615S413JA

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SKU: 2615S413JA Category: Tag: Availability: In stock

Description

Sanding discs are designed for precise sanding on wood.

Easy to change disks for flat and edge sanding of e.g. wood.

 

Common uses for the Dremel sanding disc include smoothing and shaping wood or removing paint. is great for (smooth) flat and edge sanding of soft materials such as wood and fiberglass Dremel sanding discs have a finer grit than Dremel sanding bands. Also used for rust removal The lower the grit, the more material removal. The SC411 (grit: 60) and SC 411 (grit: 240) are from the Dremel Exclusive EZ Speedclic family. This makes accessory changes easy as PULL – TWIST – RELEASE.

Use with SC402 Mandrel. The Dremel exclusive Easy Speedclic (SC) mechanism, makes wheel changing keyless, easy and fast: PULL – TWIST – RELEASE. It makes accessory changes 6X faster than using a standard mandrel (EZ SpeedClic mandrel SC402 sold separately). These discs are best used with the Dremel tool facing towards the work piece, and are flexible to accommodate for any curves on the project. We recommend using mainly the center of the disc for maximum results.

Sanding discs will wear out and are replaceable by removing the mandrel.

These disks can be used to sand / smooth softer materials like hardwood, softwood, plastic, fiberglass, aluminum but also for rust removal of metal types, like steel. Can shape rubber surfaces

Hardwood 10-35000 Softwood 10-35000 Aluminium 35000 Brass 35000 Copper 25-35000 Plastic 10-20000

Technical specifications
Shank diameter: 3,2 mm
Working diameter: 30,0 mm
Material: Sandpaper with Silicon Carbide Abrasive
Shape: Disc
Mandrel use: Use with EZ402 EZ Lock™/SC402 EZ SpeedClic Mandrel
Grit: 240
Width: 32,0 mm
Maximum RPM: 0.020 1/min
Length: 32,0
Height: 3,0

Brand

Dremel

Our Story Dremel is known worldwide for being the creator and manufacturer of high speed rotary tools. All our products reflect the company’s commitment to innovation and quality. Our Brand Today, the Dremel brand has earned a reputation for quality and performance among do-it-yourselfers and hobbyists. Dremel tools are seen as the perfect solution to many chores and challenges needing attention to detail and precision, as well as the go-to tool for crafters and hobbyists. Dremel tool loyalists run the gamut from woodworkers and locksmiths to auto mechanics and handymen. The Man Behind The Scene Albert J. Dremel came to America in 1906 as a young and penniless Austrian immigrant with a head filled with innovative ideas and an intuitively adept mechanical aptitude - he was awarded 55 patents throughout his lifetime for his inventions. After a brief retirement from his career as an engineering designer, Albert Dremel grew restless and founded Dremel Manufacturing Co. in Racine, in 1932. Seeing the success of his company, Albert passed away July 18, 1968. 1935 - The First Multi-tool Dremel Markets the first handheld, high-speed rotary tool called the Multi-tool. The versatile new tool appealed to craftsmen and hobbyists alike. It was compact, flexible and high-speed, offering an alternative to large, bulky power tools. Still to this day the Multi-tool continues to thrive 1957 The Dremel Moto-Saw was developed Growing Worldwide Every year the company continues to expand, entering markets throughout Europe and now supplying more than 60 countries worldwide. Our Dremel products are distributed worldwide through hardware stores, home centres, hobby shops, online retailers and industrial tool wholesalers. To date, the Dremel brand estimates that it has sold over 40 million rotary tools worldwide Why Us The Dremel Brand is devoted to providing the best tools of the highest quality to ensure you get the best experience and for you to gain the satisfaction of a job well done. Whether you are cutting, grinding, sanding, shaping, we can guarantee that with Dremel you will have a better finish, quicker results, and is also comfortable and easy to use.
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