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SuperMax 19-38 Drum Sander
Perfect for the small shop or woodworking hobbyist, the SuperMax 19-38 churns out flat, smooth surfaces with unwavering consistency, giving you the benefits of a wide belt sander at a price that won't break the bank. Gone are the dips, gouges and sore arms of the hand sanding process. The 19-38 Drum Sander offers 19" width sanding in a single pass and 38" in a double pass, perfect for flattening and smoothing raised panel doors and drawer fronts, table tops, cabinet parts and much more. The 19-38 Drum Sander comes standard on the Open Stand. The drum is pre-wrapped with 80 grit sandpaper.
- Simple alignment: Just one nut will adjust the conveyor parallel to the sanding head
- Indexed alignment setting for narrow and wide stock. When sanding stock wider than 19", the index lever will properly adjust the conveyor for flawless sanding of wide boards
- Easy height adjustments: Thrust bearing below handle and nut above it prevents drum from moving out of set position while sanding. No backlash or slop in the height adjustment mechanism, allowing easier and smoother height adjustments
- Extra-wide 22" conveyor properly supports stock over 19" wide
- Drum will never go "out of alignment". Drum carriage is bolted to the base, preventing any movement or alignment issues
- INTELLISAND™ Technology automatically adjusts conveyor speed based on load, preventing gouging, damaging or burning stock, providing consistent finish even with varying grain pattern and density, and greatly increasing abrasive planing and dimensioning speed
- Precision-flattened steel conveyor bed is reinforced with four steel cross sections for no "flex" in conveyor, guaranteeing flatness to less than .010" across the width of the sander
- Abrasive conveyor belt offers the best grip for raw wood, giving you the ability to accommodate stock that is very short or thin
- Patented abrasive attachment system effectively tensions the abrasive wraps, preventing loose or overlapping abrasives
- Easiest access to abrasive fastening system of any drum sander. Extra wide space to access fasteners to eliminate need for special tools
- Self-cooling drum prevents overheating and extends abrasive life
- Tension rollers are adjustable for height and hold down pressure, eliminating snipe
- Metal dust cover is formed to shape of drum for optimum dust extraction
- Heavy-duty cast iron construction for strength, rigidity and reduced vibration
- Digital Height Gauge sold separately
What is the difference between the 19-38 Drum Sander and the 19-38 Combo Sander?
The 19-38 Drum Sander is an open-ended drum sander only; the drum is not interchangeable with any heads. The 19-38 Combo can be equipped with different brush heads for profile sanding (flatter brush head), distressing (wire brush head), cleaning reclaimed wood (nylon brush head), and sanding flat stock with a drum. The 19-38 Combo machine is equipped with an AC Inverter that allows the brushes to be run at variable speeds, whereas the 19-38 Drum Sander only runs at a constant speed.
Can I convert the 19-38 Drum Sander into a brush machine like the 19-38 Combo?
Although they look similar, no, it’s not possible to convert the 19-38 Drum Sander into a brush sander. The 19-38 Drum Sander is not equipped with an AC Inverter, which allows the brush heads to be run at variable speeds. The casting of the 19-38 Combo machine is also different from that of the 19-38 Drum. If you feel you want the option of using a drum and a brush, we recommend the 19-38 Combo machine.
(1) Open Stand
With the Rockler Protection Plan, you'll get accidental damage coverage immediately upon purchase of your tool. Plus, we will extend the manufacturer's warranty for your choice of an additional 1 or 2 years. We'll take care of all parts and labor for any repairs, with no deductibles and no hassles. If your tool can not be repaired, we'll gladly replace it. Available in the US only. Click here to learn more.Standard Manufacturer's Warranty: 12 months
|Manufacturer Part Number||71938-D|
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My only complaint is the questionable strength of the legs on the pictured stand. One leg bent at the bottom (on the wheel bolt) when rolling it across rough areas resulting in an unstable and unsafe situation. My remedy was to bolt the whole unit on a slightly larger plywood slab with larger wheels. Otherwise, if working on a nice flat floor, you should love how this machine can save you time.
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5 months ago
Set up is easy enough but you will need help or a lift to mount the main body to the table. This is a very solid unit and worth the price.
6 months ago
The machine is well built and solid. I recommend it.
1 year ago
8 months ago
To the question about replacing the drum with appropriate sand paper on it instead of just replacing the sand paper the drum, I have to following response.
1. It is true that leaning to replace the sand paper takes a little "doing." Which end to you start at, how to hold the spring release and how to insert the end of the sand paper roll?, are things that have to be learned. Also, how to be sure the paper is tight enough on the drum is another learning process.
2. To purchase extra drums and load them with a variety of grits, to me seems cost prohibitive and labor intensive. Not knowing the price of the drums, I can only imagine the expense. Then there is the labor to remove the and reinstall the drum each time you want to change grits. Just looking at the construction of the sander tells me I would not want to, as a practice, remove and replace the drum. After the drum is installed there is the need for proper adjustment.
3. Then the time and labor involved to just load each drum with sand paper when it wears out and keep it stored until needed is a task in itself.
4. My advise is to learn how to property remove and reinstall the sand paper on the existing drum and how to carefully us it to prevent burning of the sand paper and project being sanded. This will, certainly, save time, energy and expense. Plus your project will be completed much sooner.
I hope this helps.
Dennis A. Bauer