Bosch Dual-Mode Random Orbit Sander Review
The Bosch Dual Mode Random Orbital Sander (DMROS) is a dual mode sanding system which allows users to perform both a coarse and fine sanding operation at the same time. The DMROS can be used with any type of material such as wood, plastic or metal.
Users are able to select between two different modes: coarse and fine.
In coarse mode, the user moves the sander around the surface of the material while simultaneously applying a uniform layer of sandpaper. In fine mode, the user applies a finer layer of sandpaper over the same area while moving it back and forth across it.
Both modes produce identical results but depending on how much pressure is applied to each side of the object, one may achieve better results than another.
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How to Use Bosch Dual-Mode Random Orbital Sander?
Step 1: Choose the desired size of sanding block and apply pressure using the included hand controller. Step 2: Apply a thin layer of sandpaper in coarse mode and move it back and forth across the surface of your object until all scratches have been removed. Step 3: Apply a thin layer of sandpaper in fine mode and move it back and forth across surface of your object until all scratches have been removed.
How to use an Orbital Sander?
Orbital sanders, such as the Bosch DMLS425E, make use of interchangeable disks and a motor-driven pad to level uneven surfaces. By using an orbital sander, one can achieve the same results as a belt sander at a much faster pace. However, if one does not exercise the necessary caution during operation, it is very easy to damage the surface of the material being sanded.
What are the Advantages of an Orbital Sander?
Orbital sanders are very effective when it comes to leveling uneven areas on various materials. They are often favored by carpenters and remodelers for their versatility. Orbital sanders are capable of sanding a large number of different materials including:
Man-made boards (gypsum, etc.)
What are the Different Types of Orbital Sanders?
Orbital sanders are separated into two broad categories: dry and wet (or dynamic).
Sources & references used in this article:
- Surface sander (JG Van Rijen, JP Houben – US Patent 4,624,078, 1986 – Google Patents)
- Multi-sander (WC King, MA Coleman, A Walker, J McRoberts… – US Patent …, 2012 – Google Patents)
- Multi-sander (WC King, MA Coleman, A Walker, J McRoberts… – US Patent …, 2013 – Google Patents)