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Homemade sandblaster and how to build

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Homemade sandblaster and how to build


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this was a old propane tank now iits a sandblaster i used black iron pipe pvc tubeing parts 2 1/2''tee's, 3 1/2''barbed fittings, 4 1/2''x3'' black iron pipe, 2 1/2'' threaded shut off valve, 1/2''elbow, 1/2'' to 1/4'' reduser, female air fitting, 10' pvc tube, 1 1/4''x4'' black iron pipe and cap, jb weld /and or welder and there you go kick ass sandblaster works great u can git it all at lowe's

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George May : I would have a moisture trap on the inlet, and I would have done all of the pipework in iron, no plastic apart from the hose. I think I would also have afew pressure gauges for fine tuning. The unfortunate thing though is getting a ccompressor big enough to power this thing upto full working ability is very exspensive... That's where making an air compressor from too old engines becomes interesting... That's what I'm trying todo first before building the pott
ron fox : I dig it , good job
bill p : Would think it should work for soda too?
disgustapated : I think you're replying to wrong person. You're agreeing with me but who is Pat??
Alex Huntzinger : no i didnt use any thing for rust you should use a air/water/oil seprator the hole in the tank is 3/4 of an inch use black cast iron pipe with yellow gas line thred tape ball valves are a lot of money like 15 20 dollars a pic the gate valves are 4 dollars a pic no i did not put a dead mans valve on it i didnt have a lot of money to spend i cant make a vid of me useing it because i dont have an air compressor bigenf to power the sand blaster and i moved to an apt and my garage does not have power
Ichiban Moto : Nice set up ! Wish I saw this before making mine!
John Doc. : I've just started making a similar pot using the same size tank. Instead of welding the pipe connections, I've run a single length of pipe right through, with about 3"protruding top and bottom. It has holes drilled in it just inside the tank at either end (for Air and Grit flow). It's bonded in place with epoxy resin, injected through the filling hole. Just need a filler tube and cap now...
isaiah the man : my sandblaster is pretty similar