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Many of our customers would like to find out more about the products and the application before buying. If you have not yet had contact with our products, you will find some of the most frequently asked questions here.

We try to provide a lot of information in the form of texts, pictures and videos on the respective product pages.
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Is the device also suitable for inexperienced users?

Yes! After a short training period, the device is very easy to use. Just give it a try, you can't really go wrong. This short video explains how the device works: To the video

Should the edges be pretreated?

This is not necessary when sanding with the ES 2000 & ES 2000PLUS, as the sanding belt takes care of this preparatory work.

Do the side edges need to be processed before sanding?

This is not a necessary step, but it can certainly be done to reduce dust generation. A plus point: This means that the sanding belts last a little longer.

Do the edges need to be deburred after sanding?

This is not necessary because there are no burrs on the edges when sanding with the ES 2000 & ES 2000PLUS.

Is the device loud? Does dust arise during use?

Since this is an electric tool, noise is generated when it is used. The volume can be compared to that of a drill. Sanding also creates some dust. It is best to do the work in a workshop or outside (not in the living room ;)).

Anyone who often carries out extensive ski service with several pairs of skis and boards can protect themselves with our Work Safety Package . This is a recommendation from raze-cat , but not a necessity.

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Abrasive belts

Which sanding belts are suitable for hobby drivers?

For hobby drivers who are sporty but have no racing ambitions, we recommend the sanding belts in 120 and 240 grain strengths.
Of course, finer sanding belts can also be used to make the edges last a little longer.