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Deluxe Sandcarving System

$5,799.95 USD
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Item# 41121
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Product Features

  • 45 degree cabinet base creates efficient, consistent sand flow
  • Locking wheels give you the flexibility to move your system when required
  • Adjust the height of the cabinet with the press of a button
  • Cabinet has doors on both the right and the left
  • Padded arm rests prevent stress to your forearms and provide added comfort
  • Halogen lighting allows for excellent visibility while blasting
  • Includes 50 lbs of Aluminum Oxide abrasive

Product Description

From elegant engraved glass awards to stunning cabinet door inserts, room divider panels, privacy windows and more you're sure to have seen sandblasted art. Now you can create gorgeous professional sandblasted art in your own studio.

This rugged cabinet of 14 ga steel has total seam welded joints and an epoxy powder-coated finish to ensure years of trouble-free performance. Small enough for a home workshop but large enough for studio use, the generous 34" wide x 24" high x 22" deep interior workspace and dual side opening doors with secure latch make it easy to load even large projects. Locking casters keep your unit from shifting while you create, and allow you to move the entire unit easily for storage when not in use.

The angled viewing window is positioned for ergonomic and comfortable viewing while you create. Bright halogen lighting from a recessed fixture illuminates the entire chamber without interfering with positioning your art. The oversized viewing window is paired with exclusive "Max Flow" air curtain technology which directs air across the window to remove dust and ensure clear visibility. Motorized height adjustment makes it easy to position for ideal comfort while sitting or standing with the push of a button.

Padded arm rests encourage comfortable posture and allow you to relax as you create. The included lightweight gloveless polyurethane sleeves keep your abrasive in the cabinet while allowing you the mobility of working glove-free.

The 45° angled cabinet floor efficiently drains abrasive to be collected and provide consistent flow. The diamond mesh metal floor provides a sturdy surface to rest art on without interfering with abrasive recirculation. Premium vortext technology automatically separates usable abrasive from unusable abrrasive to maximize performance and the recycling rate of blasting media. The 50lb ASME-certified pressure vessel located below the cabinet collects and directs abrasive while filtering out debris to prevent clogging. A combo pressure regulator and water separator are included to ensure optimium air pressure and abrasive flow, while effieciently removing moisture in the blaster assembly. This trouble-free features includes an auto-relieving mositure drain, locking adjustment knob to securely keep pressure settings, and easy to read pressure gauge and liquid level indicator.

The included 10 foot heavy-duty hose is flexible and provides adequate abrasive flow and connects easily to the durable and versatile 3/32" carbide blasting nozzle. Designed for comfortable use for right or left handed artists, the cabinet front features holes at both left and right to insert the blasting nozzle and a plug for the opposite side. An included footswitch valve allows you to easily start or stop blasting.

The exlusive built-on dust filtration system incorporates 15 square foot of fine particulate HEPA filtration and separation, capturing 99.7% of dust particles during sandcarving. Additionally, a mechanical shaker and a series of oven polyester HEPA filtration Teflon bags separate usable abrasive from dust and unusable abrasive which are collected in a clear disposable liner - making even mainteanance and dust removal safer and cleaner. This easily accessible collection bag is positioned at the lower chamber of the dust filtration system so you can easily see when it is time to empty.

Requires access to 120v 15amp service and an air compressor rated for 5.5 CFM (or greater) at 90 psi to operate (not included). Recommended operating pressure for included 3/32" blasting assembly is 30 psi.

Lifetime manufacturer warranty on cabinet construction with 1 year manufacturer warranty on the motor and 90 day manufacturer warranty on water separator, foot pedal, foot switch valve and heavy duty blasting hose.

NOTE: This item can not be shipped through FedEx.

Product Details

  • Inside Work Space: 34"w x 24"h x 19"d
  • Outside Dimensions: 39"w x 78-1/2"h x 33"d
  • Shipping Weight: 616 lbs.
  • 110 volt, 15 amp

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Rayzist Sandblaster
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Pros : Ease of use, built in pressure pot & recycling, height adjustment (electric). Air curtain protects the glass window. Dual doors easy for working with larger glass. Foot pedal system is wonderful. Easy to use. Superior workmanship and quality.
Cons : None
Other Thoughts : This is the Lamborghini of sandblasting units. I have had at least 10 other top of the line models. By far this machine tops them all. The only other one I would consider is the smaller Rayzist unit. These are wonderful. American made at their own plant. Superior quality and workmanship
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  •   Great for Sand Etching
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Pros : Wonderful sandblaster. For sand etching on glass, Crystal, wood, stone, and metals. So clean that you don't even need gloves.
Cons : No Cons that I can think of at this time.
Other Thoughts : We have been using our blaster for the last 4 years almost every day. Haven't had any real problems.
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