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1924 Cabinet Specs:

Inside Work Space: 19"d x 24"w x 24"h

Outside Dimensions: 23"d x 25.5"w x 66"h

Shipping Weight: 330lbs.

The standard unit is 110 volt, 15 amp; also available as 220 volt, 50 hz.


Rayzist Sandcarving System not so Loaded but has Standard Features!

Pressure Pot

This 50 lb., ASME-certified pressure vessel houses the abrasive. It automatically filters out debris to prevent clogging. Our exclusive 45 degree angle design allows for a more consistent sandflow.

Stand-alone Dust Collector

The stand-alone dust collector is a powerful 135 CFM unit that efficiently separates and traps dust and worn abrasive.

Ergonomic Cabinet Design

The cabinet design follows the contours of your natural position while sandcarving, which allows you to work comfortably and more productively.


The system is built to last for years, with total seam-welded, 14 gauge steel construction and a epoxy powder-coated finish. The epoxy powder-coated finish resists rust as well as chips, scratches and wears better than other types of finishes.

Gloveless Sleeves

The large gloveless sleeves are made of a lightweight polyurethane, for easy mobility and handling of your products while sandcarving.

Padded Arm Rests

The padded arm rests prevent stress to your forearms and provide added comfort while sandcarving.

Halogen Lighting

The single recessed halogen lighting provides the brightest lit sandcarving workspace on the market. The halogen light also ensures longer life and clean white light during operation.

Oversized Viewing Window

The oversized laminated safety glass provides superior visibility while sandcarving. The oversized viewing window can easily be replaced.

Full Size Single Door Entry

The full size single door entry is generous in size and opens on the right side of the cabinet. A large entry area minimizes the potential for bumping or nicking your sandcarvrd products.


Locking wheels give you the flexibility to move your system when required.

Foot Switch Valve

This footswitch valve provides longer performance and is very low maintenance in comparison to the former footswitch valve. It also optimizes air and sand flow to your hoses.

Heavy Duty Blasting Hose

The 10 ft. heavy duty hose is flexible and provides adequate sand flow and longer blasting usage.

Carbide Nozzle

The durable 3/32-inch carbide nozzle is versatile and easy to use for any sandcarving project. It comes with an adapter and O-ring.

Pressure Regulator/Water Separator

This unit regulates the amount of air pressure and sand flow (PSI) being sent to your blasting hose/nozzle and efficiently separates the water content. We have combined the two functions into one unit to minimize space. Standard features include an auto-relieving moisture drain to remove water drops and oil from compressed air, a push-down locking adjustment knob to change pressure settings, pressure gauge, liquid level indicator and manual relieving valve.

Exclusive Air Curtain

The Exclusive "Max Flow" Air Curtain directs air across your viewing window to remove dust and ensure maximum visibility while sandcarving. This process is made possible by a vent above the viewing window. It also, helps prevent dust and overspray to your viewing window.


Rayzist guarantees that our sandcarving systems are built to last.

  • Lifetime warranty on cabinet construction
  • 1-year warranty on the motor
  • 90-day warranty on water separator/regulator
  • 90-day warranty on foot pedal, foot switch valve and heavy duty blasting hose
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1924 Sandcarving Cabinet


Leasing Options Available








Price includes:
1- 50lb. bag of Aluminum Oxide 150 grit and standard features, no upgrades necessary.

Lease Form

All Pricing is Subject to Change Without Notice

Why does my footswitch have air blowing out of it when I am not stepping on it?

The problem lies in the Foot Pedal Actuator; here are three things you can check:

  1. It could be the (valve in-side the foot pedal housing) that is causing the problem. This occurs when the actuator has become loose and is misaligned allowing the top portion of the pedal's tab to depress the actuator shaft (button) causing the valve to be a portion of the way depressed (open) allowing air the continue to flow through the pedal.
  2. It may also be that the actuator did not completely open (spring back) after you last stepped off the foot pedal.
  3. There could also be some dust / debris keeping the valve from completely opening (once your foot is off the pedal).
    Simple Fix:
    • Realign foot pedal actuator
    • Clean / lubricate existing actuator with WD40 to remove any dust or derbies from actuator shaft, or within the actuator, blow away any dust from the actuator shaft (button), possibly lubricate shaft, or replace the foot pedal and hoses.
    • To access the actuator remove the two screws on the sides of the pedal.
    • Remove BLUE supply hose and RED exhaust hose for internal lubrication and cleaning.
    • Replace the foot pedal and hoses your cost will be $115.00 (price includes a new modified actuator), unfortunately your style may have been discontinued which will require an up-grade.

I can't get the air to stop coming out my hose. The foot pedal has no control. I have taken apart my entire assembly at the bottom of the pot, replaced the white block along with the rubber diaphragm.

This could only be caused by two possible problems:

   1. Air-supply. The Pressure Pot requires at least 80psi supplied to the pot for the diaphragm to stop the flow of air and sand through the white valve body (lower media valve). The upper media valve requires a minimum 30psi greater pressure then your blasting pressure (shown on pot's regulator). The upper media valve receives the unregulated air-supply from the compressor. Confirm your Air Compressor is set at the maximum air-output there should be no air restriction to the pot.
   2. Foot Pedal Actuator. There is an actuator located in your foot pedal housing that interrupts the air supply when stepping on the pedal. When the pedal is not being depressed it is "normally open" meaning the air is flowing through it. Once you step on the pedal it allows the built up pressure in the lower media valve to force the diaphragm open and the sand and air to flow through the lower media valve and the blasting hose. If your sand and air is not stopping, possibly the foot pedal actuator is stuck closed or pressed in and will not spring back out. Open the foot pedal housing and confirm the actuator tab springs in and out when pressing the tab.

Does the exhaust vent on the 2034VX and 2648VX need to be vented outside?

No, the exhaust vent on the dust collector does not need to be vented outside; the dust collector does a superb job of collecting the dust and exhausting clear air. However, it is optional to install some flex tubing and exhaust to an outside wall.

Will the 2034VX Sandcarving Systems fit through my shop door?

The 2034VX Sandcarving System will fit through any standard size 36" door. If you have a smaller door entry, as an option, you can remove the padded arm rests; this will reduce the width of the sandcarving system to about 32" allowing for an easier entrance.

Required Supplies:

Suggested Supplies:

  • Heavy duty foot pedal. The heavy duty foot pedal is recommended for high production use and heavyset or husky sandcarvers. Engineered for extreme durability, the heavy duty foot pedal resists wear better than standard foot pedal.
  • ROC nozzle (for high production)
  • Disposable gloves
  • Exacto knife
  • Chair or stool (optional)
Call 800-729-9478 and place your order!
Call 800-729-9478 and place your order!