Built for Production
2034VXA Sandcarving System is Built for You! by Rayzist Photomask
Sandcarve into crystal, glass, metal, wood, river rock, stone and more with our 2034VXA Adjustable Sandcarving System. The 2034VXA system can handle any project, from the hobbyist to full-scale production, surface etch to a deep carve. This exclusive ergonomic design adjusts effortlessly. The 2034VXA incorporates HEPA Filtration and Vortex Airwash Media Reclaim, ensuring the cleanest system available and the most comfortable.
Vortex technology automatically separates the usable abrasive from the unusable abrasive, maximizing the recycle rate of your blasting media.
During blasting, Vortex sends the abrasive into an airwash, which automatically filters the finest dust particles and debris from the usable abrasive. The dust and debris are directed into the HEPA filtration system, ultimately ending up in the disposable liner; the usable abrasive is redirected back into your system for reuse.
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.
Premium Dust Filtration System
This exclusive, built-on dust filtration system incorporates a mechanical shaker to protect you from exposure to airborne dust while you are sandcarving, and even during maintenance dust removal. The dust filtration system efficiently separates the worn abrasive using eleven woven polyester, HEPA filtration Teflon bags. Built-in HEPA filtration allows for separation and capture of 99.7 of the dust particles as you are sandcarving. As a result, your sandcarving work area remains cleaner at all times The unusable abrasive is then emptied into the clear disposable liner.
Clear Disposable Liner
This accessible, removable clear liner stores your unusable abrasive until you are ready to throw it out. The clear liner is attached to the lower chamber of the Premium Dust Filtration System; because the bag is transparent, you can easily see when it needs to be emptied.
1/3 Horsepower High Efficient Motor
The 1/3 horsepower, low maintenance motor optimizes the output of your sandcarving system. The powerful 740 CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) motor will withstand years of operation.
Adjustable Cabinet Design
The 2034VXA adjusts to your perfect ergonomic standing or seating height. Ideal for multiple cabinet users, the sandblasting system effortlessly adjusts to you. Sandcarve in perfect comfort, no body adjustments, simply adjust the system to you!
The system is built to last for years, with total seam-welded, 14 gage 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.
Padded Arm Rests
The padded arm rests prevent stress to your forearms and provide added comfort while sandcarving
Dual Recessed LED Lights
The dual recessed LED lighting provides the brightest lit sandcarving workspace, but yet soft on the eyes.
Locking wheels give you the flexibility to move your system when required.
Foot Switch Valve
This new 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.
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. Also, helps prevent dust and overspray to your viewing window.
Oversized Viewing Window
The oversized laminated safety glass provides superior visibility while sandcarving.
Epoxy Powder Coated
The system is Epoxy Powder Coated inside and outside with a two-tone epoxy powder coated for durable and resistant finishPowder Coating is a process called "Electrostatic Spray Deposition" (ESD) and is used to achieve the application of the epoxy powder coating to a metal substrate. An epoxy resin is cross-linked with a co-reactant or hardener, which when properly catalyzed and applied, the epoxies produce a hard, chemical and solvent resistant finish. This application method uses a spray gun, which applies an electrostatic charge to the powder particles, which are then attracted to the grounded part. Powder coating results in a thick, dense finish on metal products which are more durable and last longer than conventional or industrial painting. Rayzist Photomask spends the extra effort and costs to ensure every sandcarving and automatic washout system is epoxy powder coated to produce the most durable finish.
What types of materials will the 2034VXA sandcarve?
The 2034VXA can sandcarve glass, crystal, metal, wood, natural stone and virtually any hard surface.
What is the largest size item that can be placed in a 2034VXA?
The inside working area measures at 34"w x 22"D x 24"H. An item that measures within this size will fit inside the blasting cabinet.
How long will the abrasive last in the 2034VXA sandcarving system?
The longevity of the abrasive depends on the hours, materials and blasting pressure. Hard materials with high pressure blasting tend to break down the Low to Mid-range production users typically change abrasive 4 - 6 month range where a large production user will change abrasive monthly.
Is it easy to change out the abrasive?
Changing out the abrasive is very easy. Simply open the sand flow valve to 100%, close the blasting air valve and pump out the abrasive into a bucket or heavy-duty bag. This process takes over a few minutes.
When do the filtration bags need to be replaced?
It is recommended to change the filtration bags every 12 to 18 months depending use of the sandcarving system.
Is the 2034VXA a self-contained sandcarving system?
The 2034VXA is a completely self-contained system especially disposing of the dust.
Why is epoxy powder coating better than an industrial paint application?
Epoxy powder coating is the highest form of treatment for metal surfaces. The is an expensive treatment to cover and protect the metal surface. Rayzist uses a two-tone wrinkle finish on all the sandcarving systems to guard against scratching and rust. The powder coated finish will protect the body of the sandcarving system longer than any industrial paint.
2034VXA Cabinet Specs:
Inside Workspace: 34"d x 22"w x 24"h
Outside Dimensions: 34"d x 25.5"w x 78.5"h
Shipping Weight: 600lbs.
The standard unit is 110 volt, 15 amp (220v 50h Power Conversion Upgrade Available)
Compressed Air Requirements: 5.5 CFM (or greater) at 90 psi to facilitate blasting pressures of 30 psi using 3/32" nozzle.
- 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
Why has air and abrasive stopped flowing out of the nozzle when the foot pedal is engaged?
The most common issue is a clog. A clog can consist of a small piece of sandcarving film or debris. Follow the steps below to unclog the blasting stream.
A. Remove nozzle and nozzle holder. Look through nozzle and confirm that there is no obstruction. If nozzle is clear, set aside and proceed to following steps.
B. Close sandflow valve
C. Open airflow valve 100%
D. Set on pedal
E. If no air flows through sandblast hose, open the sandflow valve and close the blasting air valve. Increase blasting pressure 5-10PSI and step on foot pedal.
F. Once clog is removed reset air and sand flow valves, replace nozzle.
Is it normal to have large burst of abrasive come out of my nozzle during sandcarving?
A burst of abrasive is normal when first stepping on the foot pedal. If there is a burst of abrasive during sandcarving then the sandflow valve is open more than the airflow valve and the sandflow valve needs to close slightly. Close sandflow valve about a 1/4" and step on the foot pedal for 20-30 seconds.
Why does it seem have more air than sand/abrasive coming out of the nozzle?
If it appears the air is taking over the sand flow stream then close the airflow valve slightly about a 1/4". Step on the pedal for 20-30 seconds and repeat if air is still taking over sand flow. The sand flow and airflow valve should be at equal parts, 50%.
Why does the abrasive and air continue to flow when the foot pedal is disengaged?
A - Confirm the air compressor output pressure is set to a minimum of 90PSI to Sandcarving System.
B - If the air compressor output pressure is set correctly, next confirm the tube sleeve inside Foot Switch Valve has not worn through creating a pinhole.
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