The Air Eraser is a versatile instrument that can erase color errors and can act as an etching tool. Easy to handle, this smooth operating air eraser operates like a small sand blaster with very little difficulty and a great deal of accuracy. Used by hobbyists and manufacturers to clean jewelry and fine parts, remove discoloration, rust and corrosion, etch glass, or cut monograms. It is also used in dental laboratories to improve aesthetics of castings or obtain occlusal relationship analysis of gold castings. Lithographers can use the AEC Air Eraser to highlight halftones and erase defects without marring the surface or leaving a smudge. Operating pressure ranges from 30-45 lb. Clean, dry air is essential for best results. AEC Air Eraser comes by itself and not in a kit with accessories. NOTE: When using air erasers or abrasive guns, safety glasses and respirators are required.
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What is this used for?- Asked by J.Moore on 06-Feb-14
This tool has many uses including etching glass and metal, cleaning jewelry, and erasing color errors. It is operated with a compressor.- Answered by MisterArt on 11-Feb-14
Can you use this air eraser as a airbrush for t-shirts?- Asked by Alex on 29-Dec-12
The AEC Air Eraser in tool by Paasche is used as a cleaning tool. This is not recommended for use as an airbrush.- Answered by MisterArt on 31-Dec-12
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