Homemade Sandblaster And How To Build




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Home made quick and easy mini sand-blaster made out of a mountain-dew bottle and some duck tape..
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Mojo Mojo: Bro, why didn't you just weld a threaded pipe into the top in the middle and screw on a 1/2 inch T and attach a 1/2 pipe to to it and run it to the bottom of the tank to suck up the sand. Then thread a fitting on the back of the T for air and thread a fitting on the front for the sand blasting nozzle. Attach a ball valve in between them and there you go. Turn on the compressor, hit the trigger, the sand gets sucked to the top of the tank and you are blasting your crap.

Douglas Hill: Thanks for info - gave me basics

Paul E Clemons Jr: Are you kidding me youre no certified welder my 10 year old can weld better than that u might fool all these other people but youre no certified welder id bet money on it!!!!!

Nannette Battista: If you want to make eco just use inplix handbooks

UncelJed: Sorry to tell you, but there is no cast iron in your build. The pipe used is either galvanized or black pipe.

Alvin Al: Do you have a video of you using it?

Alvin Al: When all those people say they'd do this or they'd have done that. I'm not sure how true it is because you haven't done it yet. But maybe you actually would do it just like you say. But your system suits you and your situation, this kid did what works for him. I think it's a good system and cheap enough. Even seems portable, so you can mobilize your service. Good set up.

watahyahknow: prolly can make i little more solid and compact if you change the hose going to the bottom of the bottle with a piece of solid pipe a 45 bend and another solid pipe intoo the t fitting and THEN change to hose
you can fit everything a little closer to the bottle and weld it too the bottle with some tabs to it doesnt break off if the bottle falls of the table or scaffold
might need one extra connection to be able to screw everything together

AwakeDude911: have some fun tie that on your back and walk into your local mall...see all the excitement you get from your toy///

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Trevor Lodge: Oh dear!

Eric Gaudio: is that stick welding? and what sticks did u use

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?

bill p: I think it is a great ideal.

Ichiban Moto: Nice set up ! Wish I saw this before making mine!

demoking1422: Nice job ,Hope you get a bigger compressor soon makes a big difference, I found pump,then tank, and the motor and regulator from a small Craftsman compressor.

kekerispo: can you make work with dry ice???
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