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Flexpad Surfboard Sanding Pads 6" Diameter

Flexpad

  • $ 29.00


Flexpad Sanding Pads

FLEXPADS are used on angle grinders with a 5/8-11 male thread. Designed primarily to be used for sanding Surfboards they are also used in the Auto Body,
Marine and Woodworking industries.

They are constructed using multiple foam densities. 
And are made in two sanding pad sizes 6" and 8" for all your sanding needs.


SOFTIE DENSITY - This FlexPad was created specifically for SHAPING surfboards, the foam pad is extremely soft and consistent making it usesful in many shaping situations.
These pads rarely if ever go out of true, should last you a lifetime!  Fits any 5/8 X 11 pitch coarse-male thread arbor. Maximum RPM: 750


SOFT DENSITY - This Flexpad was made specifically for building surfboards, the pad is excellent to sand curves, rounds, and concaves without swirls. These pads rarely
if ever go out of true, should last you a lifetime! Fits any 5/8 X 11 pitch coarse-male thread arbor. Maximum RPM: 1750


MEDIUM DENSITY - This Flexpad was made specifically for building surfboards, the medium SurfPad is a great all-around pad. It's medium density will sand swirl free and
still give that excellent edge to feather with. These rarely if ever go out of true, should last you a lifetime! Fits any 5/8 X 11 pitch coarse-male thread arbor. Maximum RPM: 2800


HARD DENSITY - This Flexpad was made specifically for building surfboards, the Hard SurfPad is a great pad for taking down flats or large bumbs. It's hard density will sand
swirl free and still give that excellent edge to feather with. These rarely if ever go out of true, should last you a lifetime!  Fits any 5/8 X 11 pitch coarse-male thread arbor. Maximum RPM: 5000

EXTRA HARD DENSITY - This Flexpad was made specifically for building surfboards. the Extra Hard SurfPad can be used for fin sanding, repair work and used in tight spots because of the size it's easier to handle. RPM 5000+


Different Densities for Different Projects

The purpose of the different densities of foam pads is to be able to get the scratches and flatten out whatever you are sanding. By starting with the hard pad and working
your way down to the soft pad, with correct grits of sandpaper, you can eliminate all bumps and ridges from the resin. To get the finished look that the professional level
sanders create, you are looking at using 2 to 3 pads to finish your work.

Flexpads are manufactured for years of service. Exceeding the recommended top RPM may cause pad failure and void any warranty."


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