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Multi-Tool Polishing and Grinding Station



Multi-Tool Polishing and Grinding Station



Product Name Price Status Qty
Multi Tool Polishing Station $599.99 In Stock
Norton Sanding Belt 120 Grit $6.99 In Stock
Norton Sanding Belt 150 Grit $6.99 In Stock
Norton Sanding Belt 220 Grit $6.99 In Stock
3M Trizact Belt A16 Grit $8.99 In Stock
3M Trizact Belt A45 Grit $8.99 In Stock
Scotchbrite Belt Medium Grit (Red) $24.99 In Stock
Scotchbrite Belt Fine Grit (Blue) $24.99 In Stock
Scotchbrite Belt Polish Grit (White) $18.99 In Stock
3.5lb. Black Sisal Compound $8.99 In Stock
3lb. White Polishing Compound $8.99 In Stock

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Multi-Tool Polishing and Grinding Station
The Multi Tool polishing station is an all inclusive tool for iron/wedge grinding and finishing the bottoms of thru-bore metal woods. The 2" x 36" belt features a rubber contact wheel positioned well away from the motor for ample working room. The Multi Tool comes with an installed 6" sisal wheel that when coupled with the correct compounds, Trizact belts and Scotchbrite finishing belts will produce a factory mirror finish on those hard to polish titanium drivers and stainless irons. The 115 volt, 1/3 HP motor provides 3600 rpm’s of motor speed which equates to over 5,000 rpm’s of belt speed.

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If one were refinishing a brass putter with the multi tool what is the proper sequence of usage from the most course to the finest (including the Norton sanding belts, the Trizac belts, and the Scotchbrite Belts)?

Asked by: silk
For a brass putter I would recommend the finest grit belts with all the different belts. Depending on the condition of the putter I might first start with the Nylon belts. If the putter is a little more dinged up I might start with the red nylon belt (medium) instead of initially using a sanding belt to see if the nylon belt will remove the dings. If it take to much pressure or time I would install a 220 grit sanding belt and use light pressure. Then switch to the Blue Nylon belt to smooth out the sanding marks and give it more of a satin finish. The Trizac belt is used mostly as part of the process to polish titanium but could be used on a putter to give it a little more smoother satin look. If you wanted more of a high polished finish on this brass putter you could use the Trizac belt then use either the White Nylon belt along with the white polishing compound or stitched buffing wheels. My goal in refinishing is to always remove the least amount of material necessary. If this is your first time doing a brass putter on this machine be patient and use light pressure.
Answered by: JimY
Date published: 2016-01-21
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