I don't know anything about the model you mentioned, but I had the woodmaster 37" (?) years ago and loved it. I could adjust the speed of the feed and it also had reverse. They really make short work of sanding. Make sure you have a good dust collection system! Red
Robert, I have desired one of these units for two years now. I have seen them in operation in several WW shows. Almost too good to be true. However... I just got home (25 Oct) from the Salt Lake City Woodworking show. I did buy the 24" model Flat Master. Justification: NO SANDING DUST, very little mechanical adjustment, long life on the sanding strips, small foot print, and easy change of sanding strips. Additionally, I have the potential to have two different grit size on the drum at the same time (that is why I chose the 24” model), it is very well built. I had purchased the Delta 18x32 drum sander (6 yrs ago) and had a love/hate relationship. Finally sold the dang thing. It was a happy day. The Flat Master is everything the Delta was not. I should get the darn thin up and running in 3 weeks or so, I hope I m not disappointed..... We shall see. JTW
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