Sandcarve An Odd-Shaped Glass Vase

November 15, 2019
Sandcarving a curved or odd-shaped glass item can seem challenging. However, there are many tips and techniques that can be used to successfully meet the challenge. --- --- In this video Peter talks about the best photoresist film to use on an odd-shaped glass piece. He also gives tips and tricks on how to apply the mask and blast your glass piece for a beautifully etched curvy vase. Peter is blasting at 30 PSI with 180 silicon carbide using our CrystalBlast Elite blast cabinet. --- --- Products used in this video: CrystalBlast Elite with CleanFlo Technology: https://ikonicsimaging.com/equipment/sandcarvers/crystalblast-elite.html R3 3mil Repositionable Photoresist Film: https://ikonicsimaging.com/r-series-sheets.html 180 Grit Silicon Carbide: https://ikonicsimaging.com/silicon-carbide.html Smart Jig: https://ikonicsimaging.com/smartjig.html Wire Wheel: https://ikonicsimaging.com/wire-wheel.html --- --- This glass vase was featured in the December 2019 issue of A&E magazine in an article by Mikaela Hernesman, event coordinator for IKONICS Imaging, discussing tips and tricks when sandcarving odd-shaped substrates. Read the article: https://ikonicsimaging.com/ikonics/sandcarving-odd-shaped-substrates/ --- --- IKONICS Imaging is your Total Solution Supplier for quality sandcarving equipment and products. Don't waste your time weeding vinyl stencils. Contact us today to learn more about our line of high quality photoresist films and ergonomic blast cabinets. --- --- https://ikonicsimaging.com/ --- ---
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