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Sandblasting Beginner Kit

Price $449.95
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Save on Our Compact Sandblaster for Your Home Studio - Get the convenience of two blasters in one!
Add incredible interest and dimension to your glass art with sandblasting! This Cyclone Blaster offers professional results at an affordable price. Small enough for a home workshop, but sturdy enough for repeated studio use, you will get double the value with the combination features. Includes both a pencil and spray gun blaster. Pencil blaster is ideal for detailed areas and smaller projects while the spray gun is excellent for blasting larger areas quickly.

Kit Includes:
  • Combination sandblaster
  • Glass Etching book
  • Aluminum Oxide, 10 lbs.
  • 2 moisture separators

Requires a 70w light bulb. Sandblaster requires an air compressor and connector (found at tool stores).
Note: Built-in gloves are made of unlined rubber and may contain latex.

Sandblasted coral reef project by Michael Johnson. Floral project below from the book included in this kit, "Glass Etching: Surface Techniques and Designs," shown by permission. Design by Debra Oxley. Executed by Norm Dobbins.
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1 stars Sandblasting cabinet By on
Pros : Same case as seen elsewhere
Cons : Non existing instructions make this so hard to get started - would only buy from somewhere local in the future
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3 stars sand blaster begginer kit By on
Pros : sturdy construction
Cons : lack of CLEAR instructions, book makes setting up more confusing. instruction manual would be nice, not pieces of paper in three different spots.
Other Thoughts : The book that comes with the kit has instructions for setting up a sand blasting station, but nothing like the item purchased. Instructions should be more than pieces of paper stuck here and there on the unit, very confusing for a newbie.
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4 stars Just Starting By on
Pros : The book that comes with this kit is excellent. It really helped in getting started
Cons : The set up instructions for both the cabinet and the air filter/dryers were basically non-existing. However, once i figured everything out with the help of someone at Home Depot, it worked fine.
Other Thoughts : Must take out the orange tabs on the filters to get the system to work. Also, it is important to really tighten the connections between the cabinet and the filters to prevent leaks.
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