Grizzly Woodworking Tools Like the New Benchtop Oscillating Sander Add to the Discussion Among the ToolSelect Community

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Grizzly woodworking tools, including the new benchtop oscillating sander, are being added to ToolSelect rapidly, where the site’s members review and discuss all brands and types of tools for woodworking.

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People don’t expect it in an oscillating sander this size, which sets ours apart. You get the quality of a full-sized machine in a compact benchtop.

Grizzly woodworking tools continue to make an impression on the ToolSelect community with the release of their new 12” disc sander, giving ToolSelect’s members another tool to review and discuss.

Grizzly designed the oscillating sander for bench-top use and features an 18” diameter cast-iron table that will let users take on projects of many sizes. The tool includes five rubber standing drums, six sanding sleeves, six table inserts and five spindle washers, all of which can be stored in the machine’s base.

“The cast-iron table is the same material used on full-sized sanders,” says Bill Crofutt, quality control manager with Grizzly. “People don’t expect it in an oscillating sander this size, which sets ours apart. You get the quality of a full-sized machine in a compact benchtop. Plus, our sander doesn’t require tools to change sanding spindles.”

Grizzly’s specs say the benchtop oscillating sander runs on a ¼ HP, 120 V, 2.6 A, 60 Hz, single-phase motor and features a 1” spindle stroke with an oscillation rate of 30 SPM. The tool comes with a one-year warranty.

“Grizzly’s put out a lot of tools for woodworking recently,” says Tom Klein, vice president of marketing and merchandising with ToolSelect. “We’re glad to get their tools on our site so our members can review and discuss all Grizzly woodworking tools, including this new benchtop oscillating sander.”

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