I haven’t had a proper look around the site yet to see what’s already there, but basically I am a glass artist who set up studio last year, and am looking at getting a sand-blasting set up in the near future – being a *poor artist* though, I can’t afford a posh Guyson set up, and after seeing another local glass artist a couple of days ago and how he’s set up with a basic blasting cabinet with syphon gun, and modifying it to be used with a pressure pot and vacuum attached, this is the route I am going down.
Already have access to a compressor in the studio, but didn’t really know what other bits of kit I needed until I saw Richard on Friday – now I know what the bits and pieces do, and are called I will probably need a bit of guidance for trouble-shooting, so I am hoping your site will be helpful.
Thanks for sharing your information
Good to hear from you. I totally understand not being able to afford most sand blasters because they can be very expensive. I am always looking at ways to either make my own sand carving equipment as shown in the how to make a sandblaster plans or find inexpensive sources as shown in the sand blaster manual.
Feel free to ask me some questions in the comments section throughout the sand blasting blog. I try to update the site answering peoples questions so any questions you have will help make the site better.
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