Belt Sanders, what to look for in one?
I have the chance to get my hands on 4 or 5 belt sanders at maybe 20% of the price, something like a Black & Decker DS321, well there are 4 or 5 but I just need one, I actually plan to use it like you see many times on youtube, upside down to round small wooden parts.
What is that makes a good machine? Are the Watts? I have one that was given to me for free, it's 240W, when I get close to it with a piece of wood, the belt stops running for lack of power.
Thanks for any suggestions
Last edited by NicG; 08-02-2015 at 05:23 PM.