Shipyard sander 28769

shipyard sander
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A new buffing solution for the 3M™ Trizact™ Finesse-it™Paint Defect Repair System Details Lightweight pneumatic tools excel at buffing and polishing on clear coat and powder coat Low-profile lightweight design and quiet operation enhance operator control and comfort Use with 3M™ Finesse-it™ Polishes and Foam Buffing Pads for a uniform finish on today's paints (polishes and pads sold separately) Available in two handed (PN 28333) or palm (PN 28769) versions Optimized for 3.25”, 3.5”, and 3.75” foam buff pads 3M™ Buffers PNs 28333 and 28769 are designed for use in automotive manufacturing (AOEM) paint shop applications for buffing or polishing medium-size defects on clear coat, powder coat, acrylic, solid surface, and polyurethane. Both tools feature a powerful yet quiet 0.26 HP precision-balanced air-powered motor and numerous ergonomic features for expert handling and comfort during prolonged use. 3M™ Buffer - Mfr Recommended for use with 3M™ Finesse-it™ Polishes and Foam Buffing Pads (sold separately) Getting the Most From the 3M™ Finesse-it™ System Used together with 3M™ Finesse-it™ Polishes and Foam Buffing Pads (sold separately), the buffer's 1/2" (12 mm) random orbit makes it nearly impossible to burn the paint and provides a uniform, haze-free and professional-looking paint finish. The system enables paint shops to save time and money by repairing defects rather than repainting. It may also eliminate the need for a subsequent polishing step. The 3" 3M™ Random Orbital Buffers 28333 and 28769 are carefully engineered to optimize the performance of 3M™ Disc Pads and 3M™ Foam Buffing Pads for first-rate results. Use only with a foam buffing
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