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Latest revision as of 20:38, 8 September 2019


Supermax 25x2 Drum Sander
SupermaxSander.jpg
Owner/Loaner PS:One
Serial Number ?
Make/Model 25x2
Usability yes
Contact Eric Beauchamp
Where Wood Shop
Authorization Needed yes
Hackable no
Estimated Value $2700
Host Area Wood Shop


Supermax 25x2 Drum Sander Area: Wood Shop https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Supermax_25x2_Drum_Sander



Status

Aug 30 2018 Eric B installed new motor and starter capacitor..

DO NOT OPEN HOOD  to push start as we did in recent past.  Just push start button and adjust feed speed.  

Stay tuned for more detailed instructions for use.

Authorization

Authorization required. Part of the WoodShop overall authorization. See the PS1 calendar for future dates.


Usage Notes

  • For oily or dense woods (tropical hardwoods, etc), take only very light passes to prevent clogging the sandpaper.
  • Use a belt cleaner occasionally to refresh the sandpaper

Safety

This sander features overload detection. If the machine detects too high a load, it will automatically slow down the feed. This saves wear and tear on the machine, but may cause burning of the workpiece if you cut too aggressively.

  • The height adjustment on this machine is VERY aggressive. A full turn will raise the table by more than 2mm (a typical cut should be < .5mm). PLEASE USE A MAXIMUM OF 1/8 TURN OF THE HEIGHT WHEEL PER PASS!
  • Make your first cuts with a very slow speed (10 or less). Once you are sure the load is OK you can gradually increase the speed on subsequent passes.
  • When overload detection kicks in, a red light next to the speed control will turn on. IF YOU SEE THIS LIGHT, PLEASE REDUCE YOUR DEPTH OF CUT AND/OR FEED RATE!
  • Like all of our other sanders, sleeves must be above the elbow, and no gloves should be worn. It's pretty easy to get pulled into the rollers.

Description

  • Sanding Capacity:
    • Maximum Width (in): 25
    • Minimum Length (in): 3-1/2
    • Minimum Thickness (in): 1/32
  • Drum Speed: 1740 RPM
  • Dust Hood: 1000 CFM recommended


External Links

List of Currently Authorized Users

Qualified Member Trained By Date}
Eric Beauchamp Danger committee 6/23/2017
Ralph Brendler Danger committee 6/23/2017
Paul van Lake Danger committee 6/23/2017
Zack Sasnow Jason Shanfield 8/27/17
Justin Pestka Ralph Brendler 8.30.17
Jacob Snyder Ralph Brendler 9/7/17
James Beck Ralph Brendler 9/13/17
Ben Starett Ralph Brendler 12/14/17
Ross Hanchett Ralph Brendler 12/14/17
Michael Donovan Ralph Brendler 12/14/17
Jared K Ralph Brendler 12/14/17
Alex Tomala Ralph Brendler 12/21/17
Chris Versteeg Ralph Brandler 12/28/17
Aaron Vander Bee Ralph Brandler 1/11/18
Ben Farmer Ralph Brendler 1/11/18
Joseph Crouch Ralph Brendler 1/11/18
Bradford Smith Ralph Brendler 1/11/18
Stephanie Pelzer Ralph Brendler 1/11/18
Amanda Assaley Ralph Brendler 1/11/18
Chris Eppig Ralph Brendler 1/11/18
Patrick Smith Ralph Brendler 1/11/18
Jeff Gershune Paul VanLake 1/16/18
Bryan Pennington Ralph Brendler 1/25/18
Michael Ice Ralph Brendler 2/08/18
Brandon Kennedy Ralph Brendler 2/22/18
Rolf Scheidt Ralph Brendler 2/22/18
Dan Mach Ralph Brendler 3/8/18
Bruce Mace Ralph Brendler 3/8/18
Ricardo Staudt Ralph Brendler 3/8/18
Nick Prorok Ralph Brendler 3/8/18
Paul Graham Ralph Brendler 3/22/18
Mike Gucciard Ralph Brendler 3/22/18
Wayne Warren Ralph Brendler 3/22/18
Adam Hall Paul V 3/29/18
Bill Schroeder Ralph Brendler 4/5/18
Mike Wilkin Ralph Brendler 4/19/18
Alex Lanigan Ralph Brendler 4/19/18
Jessica Jokhi Ralph Brendler 4/19/18
Jonathan Frink Ralph Brendler 4/19/18
Gary Newhouse Ralph Brendler 4/26/18
Dave DesRoberts Paul Van Lake 4/26/18
Jennifer DesRoberts Paul Van Lake 4/26/18
Wayne Hendryx Ralph Brendler 4/19/18
Kirsten Landmark Masih Ralph Brendler 6/07/18
Sam Wallinga Ralph Brendler 6/14/18
Bob Fritz Ralph Brendler 6/14/18
Nate Myren Ralph Brendler 6/14/18
Eli Schlossberg Ralph Brendler 6/14/18
Tyler Works Ralph Brendler 6/14/18
Daniel Willmott Paul V 6/21/18
Bruce Levin Paul V4
Joe Day Paul V 7/05/18
Mike Yacobucci Ralph Brendler 7/12/18
Kathryn Connolly Paul V 7/19/18
Sam Lewis Paul V 7/19/18
Sam Paris Ralph Brendler 9/2/18
Geoff Klein Paul V 9/13/18
Farsheed Hamidi-Toosi Paul V 9/27/18
Will Holland Ralph Brendler 10/4/18
Gwenn-Ael Lynn Ralph Brendler 10/4/18
Will Brown Ralph Brendler 10/31/18
Tatjana Paunesku (tpaune) Ralph Brendler 11/29/18
Jim Lund Paul Van Lake 12/7/18
Deanna Musurlian Ralph Brendler 01/24/19
Pat Hillegass Ralph Brendler 1/24/19
Brian Barnt Ralph Brendler 02/07/19
Matt Dinning Ralph Brendler 02/07/19
Alex Biardo Paul Van Lake 03/01/19
Kevin Schwartzenberg Paul Van Lake 03/01/19
Sean Blum Ralph Brendler 04/04/19
Maciej Warchalowski Paul V 04/10/19
Zach Graceffa Ralph Brendler 4/18/19
Chris Martin Ralph Brendler 05/02/19
Jack Gibbons Paul V 06/20/19
Tim Whelan Ralph Brendler 06/27/19
Patrick Cook Ralph Brendler 07/11/19
Patrick Cook Ralph Brendler 07/11/19
Nathan Upchurch Ralph Brendler 07/11/19
Andrew Soghigian Ralph Brendler 07/11/19
Luke Krudwig Ralph Brendler 07/11/19
Paul Ocampo Ralph Brendler 07/11/19
Sarah Lu Ralph Brendler 07/25/19
Joseph Kardia Ralph Brendler 08/01/19
Kevin Huemann Ralph Brendler 08/01/19
Connar Rosebraugh Ralph Brendler 08/01/19
Szymon Mirek David Earl 08/18/19
Steven Rummelhoff Ralph Brendler 08/22/19
Denise Allen Paul V 08/29/19
Sam Vuchetich Ralph Brendler 09/05/19