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Old 08-29-2006, 09:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Paasche Air Eraser Kit

Air Eraser Kit can be used anywhere an abrasive is required to delicately erase; such as decorative etching on glass. Can also be used by the professional technician, manufacturer, hobbyist or for dental lab work, erasing color, and removing rust. Comes with Everything Shown in pictures.
Looking for 60.00 Shipped (These sell for around 100.00 if you order one from the net.)









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Old 09-01-2006, 09:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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What media can it use and what is the air requirements?( IE non specialty propitiatory media, normal play sand, baking soda, etc) this looks to be an older model not like the ones currently available.
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As for the media compounds the directions suggest Aluminum Oxide, Pumice, Starch, ect. The kit includes a full 6 oz. jar of aluminum oxide. It requires 10-45 lbs. of air pressure to opperate. It suggests 30-45 lbs. for metal and plastic work. You should be able to use any air brush compressor or any home compressor with a regulator. This is an older kit, but it is new and has never been used. To be honest I think it is made better then the ones they offer today. Hope this helps answer some of your questions .

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