you see, there is the difference. I stated in my first post that im curious if they had something that can quickly remove 1500 grit. I work in a very busy high volume but very high quality body shop. Time is the key. on the average collision job i have no time ( as most painters dont ) to follow through with 1500, 2000, then 3000. I need to buzz it down with a Da sander using 1500 grit paper which removes the surface light speed faster than you doing it by hand, then use a compound designed to remove that grit using a buffer turning at about 1000RPM's also saves much more time. All done to make a job look better than factory but not quite show quality .
As for your statement that "using an orbital alone would increase my work time
" You are correct. Using an orbital in the scenario that I described would be stupid. using a high speed buffer that moves so much faster, cuts my work time in half . that is why i use a buffer for this scenario which is why i asked about something that would be for use with a buffer. Our Detail/clean up kid finishes everything off with an orbital and the appropriate products.
you stated "I believe it is more than strong enough for professional use but would probably take a little more time to do the work
" as i said before, I do not have extra time which is why i was looking for a product that can handle what im talking about
there are several companies that make products desinged for body shops to accomplish exactly what i am describing and I am not describing your average Joe detail stuff . If Adams
does not make one then that is fine, I was simply just asking because i would like to compare products as i often like to do .
Now, on my side work which consits of mostly show quality paint jobs i use a process similar
to what you suggested but show quality paint work is completely different than collision paint work.