At the time of writing this post, it is the year of 2013. And although dustless sandblasting equipment has been available for many years now, it seems to be all the rave these days. Over the past few months, I have received an enormous amount of emails from people asking about it. Before I ramble
Pressure washer sandblasting is an interesting type that mixes abrasive with high pressured water to help abrade the surface, while keeping dust down. The abrasive dust is one of the most annoying things associated with abrasive blasting, so these are becoming popular to keep the dust down. The water prevents dust from forming and is
A visitors states: I have a SCM Jet Streamer Two sand carving machine and equipment that has not been used. And I want to sell it, I paid $3195, I would take at least $3000 the price of said machine today is $3945. Everything is still in the boxes. When I bought it I was planning on carving soapstone sculptures but since then I have the obligation of raising my three grandchildren and I am unable to pursue this career.
I got this recent questions about someone wanting to fill in holes with a sandblaster and thought it was a good idea. So I decided to post the discussion here with suggestions and how you can do it inexpensively. Hello, I own a craftsman 1hp 3gal. air compressor,the plastic hose is cheap and developed a
Eric- My wife and I are starting up a small business doing glass and stone etching and carving, mainly using sandblasting. I’ve read some articles on the difference between dead rock and living rock, but have found nothing on how to tell if there dead or living and if sandblasting is better on one then
So a while back I hooked up a aftermarket water separator filter which you can see is the blue canister in the picture. Well me being stubborn at times, I never mounted the canister correctly onto the pressure pot. So the large separator was dangling there, pulling down on the manifold and putting pressure onto
Questions on building your own pressure pot and how to make a PAB nozzle.
Hey Eric. My specific question is, my compressor is a 26 gallon tank with up to 150 psi. Will this compressor be able to supply enough air pressure for most any pressure pots? I am not setting up a siphon set up. This will be used mostly for etching glass. The system I am trying
Hi, I researched sandblasters and came across your website and email. I have a sandblaster and I wonder how much it’s worth if I were to sell it or scrap it. Please get back with me soon as my mom and I are wanting to put the house on the market around Mother’s Day and
Hi Eric, I have a question about air compressors. I have not bought or made a sandblaster. I only have a small air compressor. Most sandblaster need a lot of air. My question is: Can you join two air compressor together? You T the output of two compressor together (both has 5 CFM) and the