If you’re considering sandblasting your own car or parts, but don’t want to spend crazy money doing it, then you should consider building a homemade sandblasting cabinet. Building your own DIY sandblasting cabinet might sound like a lot of work but it’s not. It took me about 6 hours to build mine and there was one moment I was so proud of what I made. This could be you too, with a guide to help, a couple of tools, and a good plan, you should build yours with ease.
What is Sandblasting? Sandblasting is the process of using various sized particles of sand under high pressure to clean, contour, etch, stencil, or rough up surfaces. Depending on the intended use of the final product. The truth is, Sandblasting cabinets are not cheap. If you are doing a lot of blasting, purchasing one can be cost-prohibitive. Well, not to worry, In this article, we have put together 20 amazingly outstanding projects that will show you different methods of making a DIY sandblasting cabinet.
1. DIY Sandblasting Cabinet
This video guide started with the creator cutting pieces of wood boards with a miter saw. He intends to make a sandblasting cabinet from wood. The making process is simple to follow, and you will only need a few materials and tools to get started. After cutting, you’ll need clamps to hold the wood frame as you drill holes and screws in.
2. DIY A Sandblasting Cabinet
Here is the second sandblasting cabinet on this DIY list. It works perfectly; it’s cheap and easy to make. There are a few things to get to build this cabinet; you’ll need a plastic storage box with a lid, four clips to keep the lid in place, long, strong rubber gloves, pieces of glass metal brackets, a flexible recoil air hose, four bolts, washers, butterfly nuts, insulation pipe, and lots more.
3. How To DIY A Sandblasting Cabinet
If you don’t have room to contain the mess made when sandblasting with a full-size sandblasting cabinet, you should try this guide and follow the creator to make the same cabinet that he did which is super affordable and exceptionally durable. If you are also interested in etching glass, this video guide makes that possible effortlessly. The making process is quick and easy to follow. Check the video link if you’re interested.
4. How To Make A Sandblasting Cabinet
With this video guide, you’ll be making a remarkable sandblasting cabinet from scratch, and it’s super easy to build. The best way to start building this sandblasting cabinet. In that case, Suppose, as shown in the video tutorial guide, is to start with a simple 3-dimensional sketch of cabinet design, then use that 3D sketch to build from start to finish. The making princess is simple to follow; all that is required are some wood boards and a few woodworking tools.
5. DIY Sandblasting Cabinet
Take a look at another remarkable sandblasting cabinet made with a large clear plastic storage container. In addition, you’ll also need two toilet flanges, aluminum flat stock, long rubber gloves, a small automotive air filter, bolts, nuts, handheld sandblaster, silicone sealant, zip ties, BBQ grate, and some zip ties. Instructables
6. DIY Sand Blasting Cabinet
Since the creator of this guide will be working with aluminum as the material for the sandblasting cabinet, you’ll need a MIG welder, a circular saw, oxy-acetylene torch, slip roll, press brake, two steel door hinges, handle with fasteners, angle iron, and a 4’ x 4.5’ sheet of 16 gauge steel with a thickness of 0.0598’’.Instructables
7. DIY Homemade Sandblast Cabinet
For this project, you’ll need a minimum of an 18-gallon Rubbermaid container, a 5-inch band clamp, plexiglass, 4 inch PVC coupler, sandblasting gloves, any cheap sandblasting gun, vacuum line, a small funnel, and a few other tools. The making process is super easy to follow from start to finish. blasterforum
8. Small DIY Sandblasting Cabinet
Are you looking for a low-budget sandblasting cabinet? Here is a guide with the proper easy-going steps to show you how it’s made. This is a small sandblasting cabinet perfect for the air eraser. First, you’ll need a 66-quart plastic tub with a lid, toilet flanges, clear silicone, machine screws, nuts, washers, a pair of rubber gloves, a sheet of non-glare plexiglass, and lots more. designsbystudioc
9. Homemade Professional Sandblasting Cabinet
Hello there, were you looking for a professionally made sandblasting cabinet? You should check this video guide. This turned out to be a pretty good sandblasting chamber that works perfectly. The creator made this with barrels but started the video guide by completing the stand to hold the barrels firm. You will need a welding kit. Check the link to learn more.
10. DIY Sandblasting Cabinet
Here is a super cool sandblasting cabinet made with ventilation, cyclone, and a valve for the mixture of sand and air. It’s a cheap and easy-to-build project. Check the video link to learn more.
11. DIY Plywood Sandblasting Cabinet
So, for those that can’t seem to make a sandblasting cabinet with aluminum or any other materials that seem challenging to manipulate, you could try out this video tutorial guide and make yours with wood. The making process is simple and easy to follow. The creator used plywood and other tools like blast media, wire wheel, socket set, rachet, and lots more.
12. DIY Sandblasting Cabinet - How To
The creator made this sandblasting cabinet with a Ziploc storage container and a harbor freight sandblaster kit. The making process is quite time-consuming, but it’s worth the wait. It’s cheap, easy to build, and it works perfectly. Check the video link to learn more.
13. How To Build A Sandblasting Box
This is a 45-gallon sandblasting box, affordable and super effortless to build. All you need are the materials and the tools for the making process. You’ll need a large plastic bin with a lid, sandblasting gloves, washers, LED work light, plexiglass, and a few other supplies. mesapiano
14. DIY Sandblasting Cabinet
Do you have a 200L oil drum just lying around? Get it. Can you make a tremendous sandblasting cabinet with it? This project is entirely handmade. The creator used a few essential tools to make this from start to finish, the materials are affordable, and the steps are easy to follow. Check the video link to learn more.
15. Homemade Sandblaster Cabinet From Old Fridge
If you have an old fridge, here is your chance to make a cool sandblaster cabinet that is affordable and durable. The creator was more interested in the air compressor tank, and he used it to make a remarkable sandblaster cabinet effortlessly.
16. How To Make A Cheap Sandblasting Cabinet
Looking to save money, need a budget-friendly sandblaster cabinet? Here is the guide with the steps to guide you on how to get it done. All you’ll need to buy are the pipe connectors which go for €2.78, and the gloves go for €2.59, and you can use an old toy box or a storage box if you have any at home.
17. How To Make A Sandblasting Cabinet In 5 Minutes
Check out this fantastic sandblasting cabinet that you can make in under 5 minutes. It’s cheap, easy to build, and works great. The creator used a rubber-made storage container, rubber gasket, claps, and lots more. The making process is simple to follow.
18. DIY Sandblasting Cabinet
A sandblaster cabinet with a difference is what this video guide is offering. You’ll need long gloves, heavy-duty door hinges, a foam sticker, LED strip light, a switch with a plastic box, and a few other supplies. The making process is easy-going enough for even a beginner to understand. The creator made a metal stand to carry the barrel that was used as the sandblaster.
19. How To Make A Sandblast Cabinet
It seems a plastic tub with a lid is the best and budget-friendly sandblaster to make. It's cheap and easy to build, but it’s also pretty durable. The creator took time to explain how the making process works, so it’s easy for anyone to make with the right tools and materials at their disposal. Check the video link to learn more.
20. Sandblast Cabinet DIY
With just $80, you can make this sandblast cabinet effortlessly. It’s pretty small but adequate and also fairly durable. You’ll need a sandblaster gun, washers, nuts, bolts, pipe connectors, and lots more. The making process is super quick and easy if you follow this guide step-by-step. Check the video tutorial guide to learn more.
That’s what this DIY is all about. I hope you can find the perfect sandblasting cabinet to suit your needs. Do well to check every guide one after the other. You might find something in each direction that could give you creative ideas to effortlessly build the right sandblasting cabinet. It doesn’t get better than this. Thank you for stopping by friends, have a blast!
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