Looks like its a motor with 1 or 2 ends – one of which can be used for sanding- (is this what they call drum sander??) and other for buffing if needed. 2) I will be using it once every week but quite a few times over next few months – so how much powered motor do I need? Secondly, forgive me if I am wrong, but – Grinders – arent they for sharpening tools and such?
Generally used as attachments to a drill-press, but depending on your use, you might get away with using an electric drill by hand, or maybe clamped down.
Have a look at your local Carbatec or Timbecon or whatever woodworking shop is handy to you.
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All have sufficient power, come with at least four sanding drums, and include onboard storage for all parts. I had to anchor it to my workbench, though, because the lightweight unit scooted around when unsecured.
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