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Micro Sandblasting Improvements

The ParaBlaster Gets Some Added Features

We have added some nice features to The ParaBlaster Micro Sandblasting System.

It is now easier than ever to sandblast items such as glass, metal, crystal, stone, tile, rocks, christmas ornaments, wedding items and more.

No Artistic Ability Required – Simply expose your pattern, place the resist film onto the surface, blast, then wash – PERFECT RESULTS EVERY TIME.

Using The ParaBlaster is also the easiest way to produce multiples of the same item – very quickly.


See The ParaBlaster – IN ACTION – Here.

See The ParaBlaster in Action Here


New features for The ParaBlaster System include:

  • The ability to add a Desiccant Filter directly to the pressure pot assembly.
  • On/Off operation with less air pressure
  • Pinch Block is now replaceable and repairable

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To summarize the improvements:


The ParaBlaster can be Operated with Less Air Pressure

We have increased the size of the pinch block and the pinch cylinder to allow the sand to be shut off with less air pressure from your compressor. You now get instant on/off operation even with smaller compressors.


The Pinch Cylinder is Now Replaceable and Repairable

The entire pinch cylinder assembly (this is the part that turns the sand on and off) is now connected to the pressure pot stand using pre-drilled holes with screws. It is no longer glued onto the stand. What this means is that you can now easily replace or repair the pinch cylinder assembly in the case of a “blow out” or wear and tear over years of (making money) sandblasting.


 

Already own The ParaBlaster?

Of course these additions/improvements can be retro-fitted to your existing sandblasting system.

Please call 1 800 624-7415 for details.

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4 Responses to Micro Sandblasting Improvements

  1. Andrew July 13, 2010 at 11:18 am #

    Your new features are fantastic, and it looks like that I could adapt a new pinch block and cylinder
    to my parablaster that has the old glued on pinch block.

  2. Greg Davis July 14, 2010 at 7:49 am #

    Russ I got not audio with the video of the improvements. How can an older unit be upgraded with the improvements?

  3. Kevin Retelle July 23, 2010 at 8:16 am #

    I also didn’t get any audio. Glad to see I’m not the only one.

  4. admin July 23, 2010 at 8:34 am #

    Greg, try the video again – it is playing right from youtube and I just tried it – it worked fine. Try this link if it doesn’t work – Play Here..

    Also, each of these upgrades are available separately at Profitable Hobbies Store. Here are the links for them.

    Pinch Cylinder – 1 inch assembly Here