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Sanding Accessories For Ventaro PSM 1400

Just purchased Ventarop PSM 1400, non sanding sheets ,do they come as an accessory ? if so rquirev the serial number for same

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How do I change the accessories?


Hi Lynne:
Much as I hate to admit it, there are times when I resort to reading the instructions.
If you have them available???????????
If not, maybe check with the store that sells the unit.
Cheerfuls

Nov 25, 2015 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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How to change sanding pad


Here is a link to the manual to your Royobi p400. You can download it. Tried to copy & paste the illustrations but they did not show up. Go to page 14 of the manual. Looks pretty easy, just peel down from top. Good luck. & happy Sanding.

CHANGING SANDING SHEETS AND PADS
HOOK-AND-LOOP
See Figure 8.
PAD
The sander is packed with sanding sheets and scrubbing
pads designed for a variety of uses. To change sheets and
SANDING
pads, simply pull the used sheet off the base and attach the
SHEET
desired sheet by pressing the sheet or pad onto the base
of the sander.
ROTATING THE SANDING SHEETS
See Figure 9.
The majority of wear in a precision sanding application occurs
at the tip of the sanding sheet. The unique Tri-Flex design of
the sanding sheets allows you to detach and rotate the top
two thirds of each and extend the life of the sheet.
To rotate the top of the sheet, simply remove the top two
thirds along the perforation. Rotate the sheet so that a clean
corner is located at the tip of the base. Press the sheet firmly
onto the pad.
NOTE: Scrubbing and polishing pads are not perforated
and cannot be rotated.

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Kompernass parkside


From the point of purchase?

Apr 22, 2014 | Tools & Hardware - Others

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Sheets keep coming off during sanding


The sandpaper will come off for one of these reasons: 1. The spring clips are to loose to hold the sandpaper. 2. You are using sandpaper that the paper's either too thick for the clips to hold it or too thin to withstand the work you are putting it through. 3. (Most likely) You are pushing down on the sander too hard while sanding. These types of sanders work by their own weight with only a little help from you.

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1/4 palm Sander is not "collecting" dust even with a new sanding bag, what could be the problem?


Are you using the punch plate to put holes in the sand paper after you put on a new sheet?
If you are it could have an obstruction in the fan guide or the fan has broken fins. Both the punch plate and fan can be purchased by clicking on the below link.
http://www.ereplacementparts.com/makita-bo4552-finishing-sander-parts-c-97_103_482.html?osCsid=s71te2ssm60u2ga80vaqah9f85

Jun 23, 2010 | Makita 1/4 Sheet Finishing Sander with...

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Putting Sanding paper on makita sander


A makita power planer is just what it says, a planer. It has blades that spin at high speed and remove a thin layer of wood with each pass. The orbital sanding sheets go on another tool called an orbital sander. Write back if you find the sander and can not figure out how the sheets go on it.

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I cannot remove the plate to pute the other plate on


Here's a copy of the manual instructions...
Detail Sanding
Your tool is equipped with a teardrop base which allows you to use it on large flat surfaces
and tight spots or corners.
The pad tips may wear unevenly, depending on use. The pads are designed to allow you to
interchange and /or rotate the diamond tip.
Fitting Sanding Sheets ( Fig. 2)
• Detach the two diamond-shaped tips from the sanding sheet.

If this doesn't provide enough information, take a look at the pictures in the manual at the following link: http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/documents/English/Instruction%20Manual/589307-02,MS550GBMS550GH.pdf

If you still have difficulty getting the base off, write back and let me know specifically what the trouble is and I'll try to help you with it.
• Hold the tool with the sanding base facing upwards.
• Place the sanding sheet onto the sanding base.
The diamond-shaped tip can be reversed and replaced when worn.
• When the front part of the tip is worn, detach it from the sheet, reverse it and press it onto
the sanding base again.
• When the whole tip is worn, remove it from the sanding base and fit a new tip.
Tip of the Sanding Base ( Fig. 3)
When the sanding base tip is worn, it can be reversed or replaced.
• Remove the screw.
• Reverse or replace the worn part.
• Fit and tighten the screw.
Finger Attachment ( Fig. 4)
The finger attachment is used for fine detail sanding.
• Remove the screw.
• Remove the diamond-shaped tip holder from the sanding base.
• Fit the finger attachment onto the sanding base.
• Fit and tighten the screw.
Contour Holder Attachment (Fig. 5)
• The contour sanding pieces are for sanding curved surfaces and grooves.
• Remove the screw.
• Remove the diamond-shaped tip holder from the
sanding base.
• Fit the contour holder onto the sanding base.
• Fit and tighten the screw.
Fitting and Removing a Contour Piece (Fig. 6 & 7)
• Choose the contour sanding piece profile most suitable for your application.
• Place one end of the contour sanding piece into the recess at
the front end of the profile holder.
• Push the other end of the contour sanding piece until it clicks
into place.
To remove the contour sanding piece, push it forward then pull the rear end out of
the profile holder (fig. 7).
Fitting a Sanding Sheet Onto a Contour Sanding Piece (Fig. 8)
• Align the sanding sheet with the contour sanding piece.
• Press the sanding sheet onto the contour sanding piece, making
sure that the sanding sheet follows the shape of the profile.

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How to remove round sander for iron shaped one


You need to remove the allen head cap screw in the center of the base, then remove the washer, and pull the base straight down off the sander. If you can't get it to pull off, try gently rocking it a little as you exert pressure to pull it off.

Random orbit sanding base
With this sanding base, you can use the tool as a random orbit sander.
Fitting and removing the sanding base (fig. B)
- Place the sanding base (3) onto the spindle (10).
- Place the washer (7) onto the spindle.
- Insert the Allen screw (8) into the screw hole in the spindle.
- Tighten the Allen screw using the Allen key (9) supplied.
- To remove the sanding base, remove the Allen screw (8) and washer (7).
Fitting sanding sheets (fig. C)
- Hold the tool with the sanding base (3) facing upwards.
- Place the sanding sheet (11) onto the sanding base (3). The holes in the sheet do not need
to line up with the holes in the base.
Large detail sanding base
With this sanding base, you can use the tool as a detail sander or an orbital sander.
Fitting and removing the sanding base (fig. D & E)
For detail sanding, the pointed end should face forward as in fig. D. For sanding large areas,
the pointed end should face to the back as in fig. E.
- Place the sanding base (12) onto the spindle (10). Make sure that the legs of the base
locate into the tool.
- Place the washer (7) onto the spindle.
- Insert the Allen screw (8) into the screw hole in the spindle.
- Tighten the Allen screw using the Allen key (9) supplied.

You can also view the factory manual here: http://www.dewaltservicenet.com/documents/English/Instruction%20Manual/479727-00,MS1000%20SANDER.pdf

Be patient, and good luck! Let me know if this doesn't solve your problem and you still need help!

Mar 08, 2009 | Black & Decker Black And Decker Cyclone 4...

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Sanding china edges


Try the 1/2" Drum Sander with 180g-220g Paper(Emery works Best)...You Might Try a Taper Spindle, and Purchase Sanding Rolls to Fit (usually get a Bag of 50 for about $5, Lots easier to change out, plus they come in Various Profiles and Grits.
Someday You might want to Upgrade to Either a Foredom, or a Dumore, You would be a Lot Happier.
I Use a 1/4HP Foredom for Metal Polishing, can't imagine anything else...Have Fun!

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