LF: ROS/Orbital Sander for concrete sanding/polishing

LF: ROS/Orbital Sander for concrete sanding/polishing

Unread post #1 by ynos » Wed Aug 07, 2013 1:43 pm

Planning on making a concrete countertop and concrete stair steps. Unfortunately my variable speed circuit attachment for my angle grinder is still not yet ready and I want to do some test sample first so I won't waste money on materials if this thing fails. Atleast if this fails, I still have to keep the tool :thumbup:

Edit: sorry, sa "Others" ko pala na post- mod/admin, pa-move na lang po sa "Tools"
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Re: LF: ROS/Orbital Sander for concrete sanding/polishing

Unread post #2 by imcnovicio » Wed Aug 07, 2013 2:29 pm

It is better to have tried and fail rather than having not tried at all and play it safe. Keep on trying never give up.

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Re: LF: ROS/Orbital Sander for concrete sanding/polishing

Unread post #3 by ynos » Wed Aug 07, 2013 3:40 pm

Thanks. would you know if it's available locally? Or is there a locally available counterpart? maybe a different model/brand? As much as I want to purchase high-end tools, the budget is really tight right now with the house renovation and stuff... and I won't be using it most of the time, probably I will just use it for the countertop and the stair steps. Maybe on the shower flooring if things goes well.

I am thinking, if I could get a variable speed angle grinder, will it work?

Thanks.
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