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  1. #1
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    Default New Feature in my shop

    I really enjoy making things from metal. roll cages,bumpers, roof racks and so on. the part i really hate is the clean up and sanding everything before primer. So to make it an easier task I picked up this nice little unit at Lordco. normally $350 dollars on sale this month for $160. comes with everything but the sand. even has a flourescent light inside. picked up a 40 lbs bag of glass bead for $12. made an adjustment to my work bench to fit it in and give me a nice working height.

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    Wahoo... Kev's buggy gets a blastin!

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    That would be so handy!! Great deal you got to.

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    Well that's great, specially for such a price!

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    I bought a blastin' cabinet last year and I love it. I can't believe I went so long without one. A must have if you do any metalwork.
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    Looks awesome! I must get me one...
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    Gosh yes i'm lucky my neighbor has one i can use at any time, how it saves time

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    Hey -- thats a pretty good "new feature" in your shop...

    Never searched for one before -- but now ---- hmmmmm

    Now the important question is:

    What type of compressor or size / performance do you use for your cabin?

    Found for a similar cabin 150/min at 5,5 bar / 80psi --- -is this ok ?

    Regards
    In case of doubt ...."lost in translation"

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