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JEGS Vertical Sandblast Cabinet [Top Load]

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JEGS 81490
$209.99
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Vertical Sandblast Cabinet
  • Top Load
  • Work Area: 34 in. L x 22 in. D x 14.5 in. Front H x 21 in. Rear H
  • Window: 22.5 in. W x 10.5 in. H
  • Red Steel
    Includes:
  • Gloves
  • Blast Gun
  • LED Light
  • (4) Replacement Nozzles
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    81490 is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Be ready for some alterations My cabinet was delivered in pretty rough shape. I will blame that on the shipper. None the less I had to straighten out some bent edges but nothing that hindered the cabinets integrity. I was disappointed that there were no instructions packed with this. Even though this was a pretty straight forward assembly, some pointers on which way the laps went and what screws went where or where they recommended where to use the silicone and foam tape would have been helpful. After a couple of assemblies and disassembles, mission accomplished. To the point of the other fellows problems of alignment and holes not matching up, my experience was the same and is a real pain. Expect to drill some holes to promote alignment and I went as far as re-tapping some of the well nuts to accommodate the mating piece. So imagine, doing this a few times to realize the pieces are not lapped correctly and having to take apart and reassemble. (I did not use the foam, I siliconed all of my joints). My suggestion is to have a friend help and be patient. It took me 6 hours to assemble by myself, an assistant definitely would have helped. I'll rate this process a 1 to 1.5 As I mentioned, the cabinet did have some damage when I opened it. the hand hole plastic had busted during shipping and the light did not work. I called Jegs Sunday afternoon and spoke with a Joyce. My hats off to Joyce, she talked with some folks in her office about part numbers and availability to no avail. She assured me that she would follow up on this during a work day and get back with me. WALLA! I got a follow up email Monday and parts at my door Tuesday. I'll rate Jegs and Joyce 5. ( more if I could) I have not installed my parts yet or used my cabinet. If I have any additional comments I will be sure to post. Good luck.
    Date published: 2019-02-20
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Beware!! Design flaws requires a lot of fab to wrk The unit was designed & manufactured without the sealing tape. You must seal the main seams or sand and dust will blow everywhere. The seam tape (there isn’t enough to tape where they specify in the instructions, do you must go buy more) takes up little space between panels, but one applied the holes do not align correctly. The outside panel has a hole and the inside panel has a welded nut. The light is shipped attached to one panel only hanging by the wires. The wires are hot glued (see pics) which fall off leavin the two 20gauge wires to hold the weight of the light. Mine broke one connection during shipping (I didn’t know this until I spent about 7 hours assembling the unit). I thought this could be easily soldered, but the tube with the led strip was sealed pretty good because it’s not meant to come apart. The work area platform is not the one pictured on Jegs website. The one that comes with the unit is about 1/16” including paint and flimsy. The thin material would work if it was cut to the correct size. It comes too small and falls to bottom of unit with little to no weight on it. Mine came with one glove bracket broken. I figured I’d call Jegs one the unit was together and get replacement parts sent out. When I called, I spoke with an extremely rude customer service representative who informed me the only replacement items available are gloves and windows films. He said my only option was to return the whole unit and have it replaced. I told him about the severe engineering flaws and the amount of time it takes to actually make this unit operable. He said that is your only option. Good luck ladies and gentlemen. I would definitely NOT recommend buying this unit.
    Date published: 2018-12-07
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    What's the SCFM on that

    Asked by: Jasmino
    This requires - 10 cfm @ 80-90 psi
    Answered by: Rusty B
    Date published: 2019-02-08
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