3M 384F Cubitron Cloth Belts
- Consistent, reliable performance on all substrates
- Waterproof backing holds up for wet and dry applications
- X-weight cloth backing withstands heavy sanding and grinding
- Withstands high heat and pressure
- Suitable for use on a backstand or benchtop belt sander, and for stroke sanding, portable belt grinding, and wide belt grinding and finishing
3M™ Cloth Belt 384F is a general purpose, premium aluminium oxide cloth belt with an extra durable backing. Our belts feature fast-cutting abrasive grains that are resin-bonded to a durable X-weight polyester cloth backing. They are recommended for use on metal substrates and wood.
Use 3M™ Cloth Belt 384F to provide continuous cutting, and the long-life performance necessary for more aggressive sanding, Our cloth belts offer consistent and reliable performance. Fast cutting aluminium oxide abrasive grains are resin bonded to a durable X-weight polyester cloth, creating a strong bond that withstands high heat and pressure. They can be used for a variety of applications on metal substrates and wood. The closed coat construction offers a consistent, fine finish on metal and is suitable for producing a grain pattern. The backing is waterproof to support both wet and dry applications. Aluminium oxide mineral is a popular choice among industrial professionals because of its cut rate, durability, and long life. It can be used on a wide variety of materials in both woodworking and metalworking, including ferrous alloys. It’s the most commonly used industrial abrasive. 3M offers a variety of different belt sanding tools for many different applications on both wood and metal. Abrasive belts come in many different widths and lengths and are used on a variety of different belt sanding tools. 3M offers a broad selection of belts to fit most industrial belt sanders. Wider belts are used with wide belt sanders to dimension or finish wood panels, smooth rough cut edges of metal sheets, or add a grain pattern to stainless steel sheets. Medium width belts fit onto edge sanders for sanding flat, narrow surfaces such as panel edges; and narrow belts are used with portable belt sanders for sanding or blending wood pieces such as cabinet doors.