Benefits of Festool Fine Finish Sanders.
- Experience virtually dust free sanding when used with a
Festool HEPA CT Dust Extractor, because no one likes dust.
- Achieve exceptional results every time with swirl-free finishes.
- For corners, consider the ROTEX RO 90 DX, DTS 400, RTS 400 or Deltex DX 93.
- Sand for extended periods of time without vibration and numbness in your hands.
- Enjoy decades of use from a sander that's built to last and backed by a three year
- Thermal and overload protection protect the sander from potentially damaging conditions.
- Quick, easy abrasives and pad changes make every day use simple and convenient.
ROTEX. Sanders That Can Do It All.
How do you move seamlessly between rough sanding and final sanding without switching
sanders? It is easy when you own a ROTEX multi-mode sander. The design of this multipurpose
sander is nothing short of an engineering marvel. Use the aggressive action to quickly
and efficiently remove wood, paint, or varnish. Switch to the fine setting for final
finishing. Equip your ROTEX with polishing pads, sponges, felts or sheepskin and
get astonishing finishes that gleam with brillance. With the new RO 90 DX, add the
ability to swap the round pad for a delta-shaped pad to reach deep into corners
Head over to our ROTEX sander micro website to learn about all of the advantages
of owning a Festool ROTEX multi-mode
ETS Round Pad Finish Sanders.
The ETS family of sanders offer a traditional round pad design available in 5"
and 6" sizes with strokes ranging between 5/64" and 3/16". Achieve
exceptional, swirl-free results in no time flat. These sanders will run smoother
than any other sander you've ever owned with custom-ground counter balances. As
with all Festool power tools, dust extraction is a primary consideration in the
design of these sanders ensuring a virtually dust-free sanding experience when used
with a Festool CT Dust Extractor. Enjoy standard features like a pad brake, variable
speed, soft start motor, and trigger lock.
Having trouble choosing between the ETS 150/3 and ETS 150/5? he key difference is
in the size of the stroke. The ETS 150/3 has a 3mm stroke and the ETS 150/5 has
a 5mm stroke. The tighter stroke is for fine to superfine sanding and the larger
stroke is for intermediate to fine sanding. The larger the stroke, the faster the
feed rate and rate of material removal; the opposite is trye for the smaller stroke.
Basically, if you want to cover more area in less time, choose the ETS 150/5. If
a super fine finish is desired, choose the ETS 150/3.
DTS/RTS 400 Finish Sanders.
These two sanders are truly in a league of their own, a sheer pleasure to use. With
a tight 5/64" (2mm) stroke, you'll get a superior finish without swirl marks.
Due to the shape of the DTS 400 (triangular) and RTS 400 (rectangular), you are
able to sand in corners and against edges just as easily as you can on open surfaces.
Virtually dust free sanding when used with a Festool CT Dust Extractor.
RS 2 E Half Sheet Finish Sander.
Smooth as silk. That's the best way to describe operating this phenomenal sander.
Designed to cover large, open surfaces quickly and efficiently, the RS 2 has a 3/32"
stroke that results in a fine finish without swirl marks. Use premium Festool abrasives
or purchase the dust extraction hole punch to use standard sheet abrasives with
Deltex DX 93 Detail Finish Sander.
When it comes to getting into tight spaces, this sander is the trick. Sharing the
same delta (triangular) pad and abrasives shape, the DX 93 can reach into every
crevice and corner. Since we know you might tend to lean on the tip of the sander
a bit, the pad and abrasives can be rotated 120 degrees for three fresh sanding
surfaces prolonging their life. Use the optional extended pad to reach into louvers