Can anyone report on the operation and quality of the Grizzly G9922 oscillating
spindle sander? It has a very appealing price on Amazon (a bit over $220
w/shipping). I was going to purchase the Jet benchtop spindle sander when it
was $299 but they have recently raised the price to $350 + shipping. The manual
for the Grizzle sander looks like it is fairly well constructed.
I am also looking for an OSS, but the Grizzly
you mentioned seems to have only 1 spindle
size (2 inches)- which seems to me to be
a serious drawback in usefulness.
I was looking at the Delta BOSS (SA350K) for about
$190 at Amazon - plus if you add enough to get
to $199, you get $25 off & free shipping. Seems
like a pretty good deal. Gets pretty good reviews too.
On the other hand, I have a Jet Belt/Disc sander which is great so I am
sure that the extra $ for the Jet SS are worth it. Maybe we you (we)
should wait for a good sale on it.
Shorter drum, shorter stroke than the JET. Plus, I find it easier to make
accurate, adjustable jigs for clamping to square tables.
Make an insert out of a router base so you can do pattern sanding with
On 26 Sep 2004 01:40:24 GMT, firstname.lastname@example.org (RMeyer1) wrote:
I have had one for about nine months and it does what I want it to do. I must
admit that the machine does make a lot of noise, but being that I am unfamiliar
with the other equipment that is on the market, don't know if this is normal
for this type of sander.
I checked the Grizzly site and they are pricing the G9922 at $217.95 (including
New Eagle, PA
email@example.com (RMeyer1) wrote in message
if it really is true (as the Grizzly listing makes it appear) that
this machine is limited to just the one spindle size, don't bother
with it. The basic functionality of the tool is to sand concave
surfaces. It's going to be hard to do much with an OSS absent a having
range of spindle sizes to match to the task at hand.
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