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Ironfistdog



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Join date : 2011-01-11
Age : 35
Location : Warren, MA

PostSubject: sand blasting    Tue Jan 18, 2011 2:11 am

So I have this good size sandblaster at work that they use to blast metals and other various "stuff" off pieces of equipment.
Its a 48"x36"x36" booth.they use 220 grit, I think granite?
I don't know what it is, but it blasts paint and rust like its nothing.
If anyone needs any SMALL stuff blasted and is in the area let me know.
I do parts for my cars and my fathers willys coupe all the time.

Its not a precision Blaster for a clean room or anything. So contamination is not an issue.
I'm not charging anything or whatever... (Not my supplies Very Happy)..
Can get them done in a day. Just don't be trying to bring me a huge piece of frame or an engine block. But things that will fit in a duffle bag will be no problem!
I work overnights 10p-8a 6 days a week. So anyday is good.
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