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Tag: micro sandblaster
VIDEO: How to Use the “Wet Application” Method on a Static Cling Protector
If you’ve ever applied a Static Cling window protector to your sandblaster and found it gives kind of a fog-lens effect that blurs your view, don’t worry — there’s a solution. Try a wet application!
Sandblaster Nozzle Size Chart for Sandblasting Applications
There’s a reason Vaniman’s sandblasters offer different nozzle sizes — and why all our sandblasting nozzle tips are changeable.
VIDEO: Adhesive Removal with the SandStorm Professional (Great for Orthodontists)
Why is the SandStorm Professional so popular with so many orthodontists? One reason is it cuts bracket adhesive removal time down to just a few seconds. Watch this video for a demonstration.
SandStorm Professional Named a “Best Product” by Dental Product Shopper
Vaniman is proud to announce our SandStorm Professional dental sandblaster/dust collector unit has been named a “Best Product” by industry leader Dental Product Shopper.
VIDEO: Glass Etching with the Vaniman Master Mobile Problast
In this video we use a Vaniman Master Mobile Problast – Glass Etcher to create designs in a pint glass! Follow along and see what this glass etcher version of the popular portable blaster can do.
Fossil Discovery Assisted by Vaniman Mobile Sandblaster
This is insanely cool if you are at all interested in natural history and gorgeous, gorgeous fossils.
VIDEO: National Fossil Day 2021
Vaniman’s got a little HISTORY with fossils (see what we did there?) in the form of mobile sandblasters. Our portable, powerful little blasters have been taken all over the world and helped uncover numerous fossils.
9 Surprising Things You Can Do With a Dental Sandblaster
Have you ever looked at a dental sandblaster and thought, “What else can I do with this thing?” Here at Vaniman, we know the answer to this question to be, “a lot.” In fact, micro sandblasters are used in more industries than you think.