Sandblaster Plans

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My newest sandblaster plans show you step by step how to make your own pressure pot blaster.  Each step of the way, I provide photos for each section and a detailed explanation of what to do.

These are my own uniquely designed and configured sandblaster plans which shows how to build with widely known parts available at local hardware stores.  I also show close up photos of all the parts needed and sources of where you can get them inexpensively.

Part 1: Shows Exactly How to Assemble Tank

The pressure pot sandblaster can be made out of old grill size propane tanks.  I explain how to do this safely and places to get them for free.  (Please be careful with this and follow my advice in the plans) Then the steps show me assembling each specific part onto the tank.

Part 2: Making My Unique Nozzle & Hose Assembly

The second part of my plans shows you how to make my unique nozzle assembly that lasts much longer than other nozzles.  Its also variable so you can control the amount of abrasive blasting from your finger tips. A third benefit, its very inexpensive and very easy to make- you will be surprised. These are excellent for etching, sandcarving, and for sandblasting inside cabinet booths.

This part also shows my self tested components and where to get them online all in one place.  Some of these components are in a high abrasive area so they need to be steel or iron.  Most hardware stores only carry the brass ones which will wear out very quick.  You can click the links to my favorite discovered sources.

But that’s not all!

Since you are supporting the continuation of my site and purchasing today, I am also adding on 4 BONUSES. Over the past few years, a lot of my subscribers and visitors have been asking me much desired questions that these bonuses explain. For ordering today, I will attach the following bonuses:

  1. Finding the Right Compressor Guide: This bonus shows a industry referenced chart which helps you find a air compressor to buy for your particular application. Included information about PSI & CFM air requirements for multiple different nozzle sizes.
  2. Air compressor Types Guide: Explains the different types and sub-types of compressors used in the industry. Topics included Fuel & Electric powered and one stage & two stage. Shows pictures of each type and disadvantages for each.
  3. New Abrasive Problems Guide: This is my latest discovery of why a lot of people are still having abrasive flow problems.  Along with a simple solution and diagram showing you what the problem is inside.
  4. Sandblasting Safety Guide: A much needed industry guide to talk about safety, silicosis prevention, and safety gear with sources.

Download my sandblaster plans and extra bonuses today for Only $17!

Please note that this is a temporarily reduced price and will be raised up very soon. Get them today for only $17 before the price goes back up to the original set price.

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5 responses to “Sandblaster Plans”

  1. Troy

    Hi Eric. First I want to say, what an awesome web site you have here! My question about the plans, do they show information about building a wet blaster ” slurry blaster” ? I want to build a mobile unit similar to the one mmlj company has on their web site. Thanks again for this awsome site.

  2. mikey

    Do you sell Abrasives? If you don’t can you put me in touch with those that do? Looking for Alum oxide mainly. Thanks for all your hard work and research. Mike Daniels Captain, Merchant Marines

  3. Kathy

    Do the instructions for making this require any welding?

  4. Eric R. W.

    @Kathy, yes it requires welding, but it is very possible to forgo this through a combination of making your own threads for the pipes to fit in the tank along with a combination of JB Weld as a sealant. You could probably find a thread tap fairly inexpensively. Although this would mostly work fine, I have never tested the max pressure it could hold and would be best not to use too much pressure through that method. It would be best to use a safety release valve with it.

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