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Re: The Sandblasting / Air Eraser / Etching thread
« Reply #60 on: July 05, 2021, 07:36:55 PM »
Well has you know Pete, me and photos do not do well.  LOL.
I am a bit confused?? Nothing new there. These were taken with an I Phone then downloaded from a PC.
But I did add them to my gallery, do not recall how I should retrieve the gallery photos to attach to a post?
I do find them in my gallery so they are there, showing correctly.
Is there a way to get them orientated when photos are taken with an IPhone?
The main thing about my blast cabinet is the vacuum attachment- large white elbow on side of blast cabinet.
I get very little dust any where other than inside the blaster. An air filter there plus I cover it with a old sock. Sock gets dirty , l remove and wash. Or change it out, this keeps the filter clean for a long time
Next is dry air. On the supply I use two air filter/driers. Plus the air regulator with a drain.
You people who live in a humid area can make a cheap drier. Get one of those flex poly hoses and set in the bottom of a 5 gal. Bucket, fill with cold water (add ice) keep the hose covered and you will have cool dry air.