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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 09 Apr 2021 17:11 #110910

Incredible!
NICE job!
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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 09 Apr 2021 16:05 #110908

Where was I before I got distracted with a new boat, LOL! 

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What the heck heck happened here?? My gosh...
 

Okay that's much better.

 
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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 02 Feb 2021 11:58 #109621

BigBadJon wrote: On your way to Louisi-damn-ana.....I hope.



Yes sir, via Michigan Indianna, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia and beyond
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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 02 Feb 2021 01:38 #109620

On your way to Louisi-damn-ana.....I hope.
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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 02 Feb 2021 01:22 #109618

MercuryMarc wrote: I am with you guy's on having duel cabinets.

I have the blast cabinet blues..... :silly:



Once I am allowed to travel again, I be right over to help build the addition to your shop,but I have to stop in Milford county first lol
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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 02 Feb 2021 00:22 #109616

I am with you guy's on having duel cabinets.

I have the blast cabinet blues..... :silly:
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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 01 Feb 2021 21:04 #109613

Locomotion wrote: Man, that looks like a nightmare!


Still getting my process down Ray,
Luckily I went to the quarter car wash and blew all the crap off. This process is a dead one!

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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 01 Feb 2021 16:39 #109609

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I have a hand held soda blaster that I got from Redline. It works great for small stuff that just need moderate cleaning, but it won't really remove paint. ...and you absolutely need to do it outside and with the wind at your back. If you have neighbors nearby, they probably won't be happy with you either. I keep glass in my cabinet since it's appropriate for most of what I do, but I'd agree that multiple cabinets would be great. Need to build that bigger shop I guess. :dry:

I saw that block on JOMS too. That's what got me thinking about this.
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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 01 Feb 2021 16:10 #109608

Man, that looks like a nightmare!


Proud Owner of 1956 Vagabond, 1950 Flyer, 1956 Rocket, Co-owner 1952 Flash, 10-1/2 less than VinTin

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BigBadJon transitions to the other side 01 Feb 2021 16:02 #109607

Changing out blasting media is a pain in the butt, you can never get all the rough stuff out if you want to go back to delicate work. I keep super aggressive black beauty slag in mine because I mostly do old rusty car parts. For aluminum or smooth finish steel parts I just turn down the pressure and work fast. I got some nice glass beads from Summit Racing and used them at first. They are really the best on delicate stuff but cant kill the rust (or takes way too long) and do not last long and need to be changed out regularly. I did not like the walnut shells for my type of need but I do think they are good to clean grungy plastic. I need two cabinets.....maybe three. Soda needs neutralizing I believe and is hard to get the parts clean afterwards to paint. Many failed paint jobs out there due to soda blasting contamination.
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