220 Profile Sander
The Larick Model 220 features two counter-rotating spindles to be used with brush type sanding wheels. This allows parts to be sanded without noticeable rounding over on corners. The sanding technique is to sand the left corners on the right sander (CW rotation) and the right corners on the left sander (CCW rotation). This method has the brushes formed to the profile as they go over the corners.
The spindles move up or down together and are controlled by an air valve. Adjustable stops are used for positioning. In addition to the vertical spindle travel, the tabletop also moves back 2″ when the spindles are raised. This provides support under the lower sanding head when sanding raised panels.
See the 220 Profile Sander in Action!
- Motors: (2) 1 HP 6 pole 3ph
- Voltage: 221: 120 or 208-240V / 1ph / 50-60hz 222: 208-240V / 1 or 3 ph / 50-60hz 224: 400-480V / 3ph / 50-60 hz
- Variable Speed: AC Inverter 100-1200 rpm
- Arbor: 1” Dia. by 6” Tall
- Vertical Travel: 6”
- Table Travel: 2”
- Table Height: 36”
- Table Size: 60” x 24”
- Air Pressure Required: 80psi min.
- Dust Collection: 4” round, 400cfm
Larick Machinery is a Ft. Collins Colorado based machine manufacturing company that was acquired by Pillar Machine in the Fall of 2022.
Larick Machinery is a natural fit in the Pillar Machine product line. As Pillar Machine offers the highest quality woodworking CNC Machines in the US, Larick Machinery and their commitment to creating the most user-friendly and versatile profile sanders on the market was a natural fit.
This machine is part of the Larick Machinery lineup that is now offered exclusively by Pillar Machine.
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