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Info on the New DeWALT DCW200 Cordless 1/4 Sheet Sander Kits

DeWALT DCW200 Cordless 1/4 Sheet Sander Kits

Equipment manufacturer DeWALT launched the new DeWALT DCW200 Cordless 1/4 Sheet Sander Kits, with price ranges from $120 to $250, depending on with/without a battery and its power.

Questions you might have about the new DeWALT cordless sheet sander DCW200.

What is the operation(nominal) voltage?
18 Volt. The sander has a rated voltage of 20 Volt maximum.

What is the operation speed?
The speed range is 8,000 - 14,000 OPM (movements per minute).

How can I adjust the speed?
The variable speed control dial features 7 settings.

What sandpaper size to use?
1/4 (one quarter) of a normal sheet of sandpaper

Is this new sheet sander compatibe with dust collectors?
Yes, the sander can be attached to DWV010 or DWV012 dust collectors. For other vacuum systems you need a universal connector.

Other features are:
- Brushless motor
- Cordless
- Firm grip for convenient sanding
- Sanding paper clamp for easy installing and holding the paper sheet securely
- Dust-sealed switch
- One-handed locking dust bag attached via the AIRLOCKâ„¢-compatible dust port
- You can use any DEWALT 20Volt battery.

Dimensions: 5.3 inches tall, 6 inches long, 4.6 inches wide
Weight without a battery: 2.1 lbs

Warranty: 3-years limited warranty, 1-year free service, 90-day money-back guarantee.

The sander kits come with dust bag, hole punch, short dust chute.
The kits with a battery, also come with a DCB115 12V MAX/20V MAX lithium ion battery charger, and a kit bag.

The DSW200B kit, without battery
The DCW200D1 kit, with 2.0Ah battery
The DCW200P1 kit, with 5.0Ah battery

See the Amazon #ad links here for more information, reviews and pricing on the
- DeWALT DCW200B sheet sander kit without battery.

- DeWALT DCW200D1 sheet sander kit with 2.0Ah battery.

- DeWALT DCW200P1 sheet sander kit with 5.0Ah battery.

Sheet sander vs orbital sander.

A sheet sander is quite suitable for:
- sanding with one hand
- light-sanding between layers of paint or finish.
- small surfaces and tight spaces
- for sanding angles

Sheets of sandpaper usually cost less than orbital pads.

An orbital sander is quite suitable for:
- for faster sanding large surfaces
- for removing more material

An orbital sander is not suitable for sanding angles.