Kyle Asks: What is the best kind of media to use on glass? And what air pressure do you use? Also, is a higher pressure or higher volume better? Thanks K
Sorry for the late response. The best sandblasting media to use on glass is silicon carbide or aluminum oxide. It cuts the glass fast because it is hard and can be reused multiple times.
For the air pressure, it depends if you want to do sandcarving or light surface etching.
A 20-30 psi of pressure is adequate for surface/light etching, while 40-70 psi is usually a good range for sandcarving.
Yes, higher pressure and higher volume will carve the glass quicker.
I hope that helps.
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