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Festool - Festool 6" Random Orbit Sander Model ETS 150 / 3 EQ, FUSION-TEC

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The Festool ETS 150/3 is a 6" Sander that features a short 1/8" stroke for fine finish work and is well-balanced for smooth, low-vibration operation (2-1/2 amp, 6,000 to 10,500 OPM). When you need a swirl-free finish and don’t have time for hand sanding or scraping, look no further than the Festool Random Orbit Sanders. These sanders are specifically designed for the critical last sanding step before applying the finish. The ETS 150/3 EQ sander features the Festool Fusion-Tec pads that run true and last longer, producing better results with less vibration and fatigue.

The dust extraction system maximizes abrasive operation with a sanding pad brake to prevent scratches when starting or removing the sander from the workpiece, stepless electronic speed control to allow precise matching of power to the task at hand, and fatigue-reducing ergonomic design. This is a low weight 6" sander for the professional who demands superior results. The 6"-diameter sanding pad has a 1/8" stroke to provide the most swirl-free possible surface. The ETS 150/3 EQ sander uses StickFix (hook and loop) abrasives and features electronic variable-speed control for optimum performance on a wide variety of materials. Made in Germany. Includes: ETS150/3 EQ Sander, Fusion-Tec Sanding Pad, Plug-it Power Cord, and a T-LOC Systainer #3 Storage Container.


  • 310 Watt/2.6 amp motor; 6"-Diameter Pad (150mm)

  • Pad Brake avoids set down and start-up gouges

  • Variable Speed: 6,000 – 10,500 OPM

  • Sanding Stroke: 1/8"

  • 4 lbs.

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