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This machine is a WEN model XXXX.
 
This machine is a WEN model XXXX.
  
Manuals can be found here [[WEN_Oscillating_Sander.pdf]]
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Manuals can be found here [[http://makerspace.tulane.edu/index.php/File:WEN_Oscillating_Sander.pdf]]
  
 
Click here PPE for training (badge) levels and requirements and Personal Protective Equipment.
 
Click here PPE for training (badge) levels and requirements and Personal Protective Equipment.

Revision as of 22:15, 3 March 2017

Sander #1[edit]

Sander #1 This drill press may be used for sanding wood or plastic, although caution must be used when airborne particles could be health hazards.

Machine Info[edit] This machine is a Powermatic 31A Belt/Disc sander.

Manuals can be found at [edit]

Click here PPE for training (badge) levels and requirements and Personal Protective Equipment.

Replacement paper for this sander should be XXXX and can be ordered from Amazon, Woodcraft, et. al.

Sander #2[edit]

Sander #2 This sander may be used for wood. It's best for stripping off the burned edges of inside profiles on laser-cut parts. Clamping the workpiece is not possible/recommended during use. Be cautious about workpiece placement when starting the tool.

Machine Info[edit] This machine is a WEN model XXXX.

Manuals can be found here [[1]]

Click here PPE for training (badge) levels and requirements and Personal Protective Equipment.

Replacement sanding sleeves for this tool can be ordered from Amazon, Home Depot, Lowe's, et. al.



For information on safety and PPE requirements for each machine in the MakerSpace, see the Job Hazard Analysis forms.