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Rockler Angled Contour Sanding Grips

Perfect for sanding inside corners, V-grooves, reeded table legs, decorative turnings and roundover edges.
Item #
57874
$14.99 Each
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Our Angled Contour Sanding Grips make it easy to sand a wide range of inside angles without distorting the crispness of the profile. In addition, 1/8'' and 1/4'' roundovers, various non-specific roundovers and a flat, flexible sanding pad are included for use on edge treatments, flats and gradual curves. Each Sanding Grip has two business ends, with the ends connected by a narrow flexible section that provides a comfortable grip. The rubber material is firm enough to hold its shape well, but soft enough to adapt to minor variations in the profile. The grippy texture helps prevent the abrasive from slipping, which also reduces the need for you to squeeze.


Features:

  • Makes it easy to sand inside corners, various V-groove profiles for sign lettering and V-shaped fluting, as well as reeding and other decorative effects
  • Use roundover pad to sand 90° outside corners with an 1/8'' or 1/4'' radius edge treatment
  • Additional roundovers are included on the underside of the angled ends
  • Flat pad lets you sand edges and gradual curves
  • Non-marring NBR rubber holds shape so sandpaper matches contour
  • Angles and radii are clearly molded into the rubber for easy viewing and selection
  • Sized to fit a standard 1/4-sheet of sandpaper

(1) 30° and 45° Angled Contour Sanding Grip
(1) 60° and 75° Angled Contour Sanding Grip
(1) 90° and Flat Angled Contour Sanding Grip
(1) 1/8'' and 1/4'' Roundover Contour Sanding Grip
(1) Flat Sanding Pad

More Information
Brand Rockler
Weight 0.400000
Tech Spec
  • Width: 2-3/4'' (fits a 1/4-sheet of sandpaper)
  • Material: NBR rubber
  • Included Angles: 30°, 45°, 60°, 75°, 90°
  • Included Radii: 1/8'', 1/4'', plus various non-specific radii on inner roundovers

Prop 65 WarningWARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.