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« on: February 23, 2008 04:22:40 PM »

I recently started working with sandblasting at the UC Davis Craft Center, and was looking for any tips that other sandblasters have? (specifically I'm curious about photoresist)

I don't etch glass, as the chemicals bothered me, but sandblasting I've found is way way way more fun, and the results are so much more amazing (as its easy to achieve depth and shading which isn't possible with etching)

Also does anyone have a good source for semi-cheap beveled glass/shotglasses/other barware?
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