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Fri Nov 08, 2013 4:18 pm

It looks like no one has posted here in awhile. I am about to leave Armor Etch behind and get a sandblaster or air eraser. Any words of wisdom as to what would be my best bet? The largest thing I would do is a large vase. I am considering the cabinet to recycle media but space is a problem for me (storage space...not work space). I have to be able to out it away between projects and that is where I worries about a cabinet and compressor. But I don't want to cut corners and regret spending money on corner cutting after 2 mouths and shotty work or broken equipment.

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Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:06 pm

I bought the air eraser from Harbor Freight and it didn't last very long. It also clogs very easily. I don't think I'd buy one from there. I never replaced mine but I don't do much etching so no biggie. I have started using the spray more than anything now.

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