JET Edge Sander: OES-80CS:Oscillating Edge Sander: CS
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JET Edge Sander: OES-80CS:Oscillating Edge Sander: CS

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February 23, 2015
3 out of 5
Sanding Sadness
Review by  Jim H from Magdalena, NM
Pretty basic machine. Dust collection poor even with my Jet 1200 dust collector. The hood is poorly designed which permits most of the dust to escape. I've had this machine for several years and very very rarely use it - it's just too much trouble to be ready for all of the cleanup around the sanding area........ I would not recommend it for anyone with a serious shop like mine.
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