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Adam Bybee

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Finally finished up this big author. I thought the blast came out much nicer than some of my older ones. I'm currently using a blasting cabinet setup at the place where I work that is unlike the majority of those I see in pipe making setups. It's a smaller, more detailed type of machine with a tiny pen-like blasting nozzle and super, super fine glass bead media (like glass baking soda). Compared to other blasting cabinets I've used it's less tiring to use and allows very fine control, though you have to move the nozzle around very quickly because the spray area is also very small. I wonder how expensive it is :unsure:. Found it! It's one of these: https://www.comcoinc.com/
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Russ H.

Patron-Fight The Good Fight
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Working on a magnum. This thing weighs 166 gm, has a 1”x2.4” chamber, and measure 8” from chin to button.
Definitely not a clencher
.DocAitch
And this one---
Finally finished up this big author. I thought the blast came out much nicer than some of my older ones. I'm currently using a blasting cabinet setup at the place where I work that is unlike the majority of those I see in pipe making setups. It's a smaller, more detailed type of machine with a tiny pen-like blasting nozzle and super, super fine glass bead media (like glass baking soda). Compared to other blasting cabinets I've used it's less tiring to use and allows very fine control, though you have to move the nozzle around very quickly because the spray area is also very small. I wonder how expensive it is :unsure:. Found it! It's one of these: https://www.comcoinc.com/
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Oh baby---wow what awesome blasts. These are stunning pipes gents---great job.