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SuperMax™ SuperBrush

SuperBrush Single Brush Sander

SuperMax offers a wide variety of the SuperBrush Sanders to meet the many needs of any woodworking shop. Our goal is to provide an excellently priced machine yielding an incredible return on investment by creating faster output, reduced rework and greater product consistency.

Features

  • Raw Wood Sanding
  • White Wood Sanding
  • Break sharp edges
  • Blend out minor defects
  • Sealer Sanding
  • Primer Sanding
  • Scuff Sanding
  • Profile sanding
  • Clean reclaimed wood
  • Wire brushing to pull out soft grain to create a textured surface

It’s also available with Two Brush Heads.

+$300 Freight

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These easy to use machines come with an extremely low learning curve and offer many different features which include: quick change brush heads, infinitely variable brush and conveyor speeds to allow for endless finish possibilities, adjustable tension rollers to prevent stock slippage, and precision height adjustments. Our SuperBrush™ sanders come in sizes ranging from 24” to 49” with single and/or double brush head offerings to meet all your finishing needs.

Features of the SuperBrush Single Brush Sanders include:

SuperBrush Benefits

The SuperBrush has these great benefits over hand finishing:

  • Faster Output
  • Reduce Rework
  • Greater Surface Consistency

*Pricing of product subject to change*

 

Sanding Capacity

Maximum Width (in): 24,36 or 49

Minimum Length (in): 10

Maximum Thickness (in): 11, varies with brush style

Minimum Thickness (in): 1/32

 

 

Dimensions H x W x D (in)

24″ Model: 52 x 46 x 35

36″ Model: 52 x 58 x 35

49″ Model: 50 x 71 x 31

 

 

Brush (in)

9-11 Typical Diameter

Typical Bristle Length

1½” – 3″

 

Speed

Ranged variable, 400-1200 RPM brush

 

Dust Hood

24″ Model:

  • Steel With Hinged Back
  • Two (2) 4″ Vacuum Port
  • 1200 CFM Minimum

36″ Model:

  • Steel With Hinged Back
  • Three (3) 4″ Vacuum Ports
  • 1800 CFM Minimum

49″ Model:

  • Steel With Hinged Back
  • Three (3) 4″ Vacuum Ports
  • 1800 CFM Minimum
 

 

Drive Motor (TEFC)

24″ & 39″ Models: 5HP

49″ Model: 7½HP

 

Power Requirements

208-230V, 60HZ; 1 PH, 30 amp service; 3 PH, 20 amp service

 

Shipping Weight (Lbs)

24″ Model: 525

36″ Model: 605

49″ Model: 775

 

Conveyor Motor

Direct Drive D.C. Motor, infinitely variable, 0-15 FPM

24″ Model: 100 in.-lb. torque

36″ Model: 100 in.-lb. torque

49″ Model: 200in.-lb. torque

  • Infinitely variable brush speed and conveyor feed rate allows for a wide variety of finishes
  • Quickly change brush heads or abrasive loadings
  • Fully adjustable tension rollers prevent stock slippage
  • Reinforced steel conveyor bed with a poly conveyor belt
  • Precision height adjustment
  • Bristle Contact Gauge included

What is the difference between your drum sanders and other brands?

  • Intellisand automatically adjust feed speed to help prevent burning of stock. They also increase abrasive life and prevent damaging sander if “over fed”, set too deep or stock is thicker in middle or end.
  • All SuperMax sander have infinitely adjustable conveyor feed rates for precise settings.
  • All SuperMax sanders use a self-cooling drum which effectively dissipates heat from sanding, thus extending abrasive life, reducing the chance of burning and prevents over-heating and warping of the drum.
  • All SuperMax drum sanders are precision engineered for long life.
  • All SuperMax sanders use a computer balanced drum(s) and drive train components to prevent ripple on the surface of stock being processed and to extend life of bearings and other parts.
  • All SuperMax drum sanders use an exclusive abrasive conveyor belt which offers the best grip and no-give grip to stock being sanded.
  • All SuperMax drum sanders use a patented self-tightening abrasive attachment system, making the common task of changing abrasives fast, simple and tool free.

Speak and collaborate with fellow enthusiasts that own the same machine.

Laguna has created social groups hosted on facebook for our customers to share, discuss, collaborate or just ask/answer questions they may have about their machine.

Laguna Woodworking Facebook Group