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#1 posted 696 days ago

I took a sample piece of oak to a sandblaster to see what the effect would be like. Within a few seconds he managed to make it look like a piece of washed up drift wood from the ‘Mary Rose’.
It’s very aggressive, but there are fine and coarse aggregates, and I’m sure that you could tone it down by regulating the pressure or distance from the piece when blasting.
Is there anyone near you who would blast a sample for you to get an idea?


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