When to Replace Your Sandcarving Nozzle

How often does it need to be replaced?

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When sandcarving glass/crystal, even though there are many variables, our longest lasting nozzle is about 60-70 hours of continuous sandcarving before you start to see wear on the tip.

The hole starts as round. You should rotate the nozzle a quarter turn a day to get even wear. If you do not rotate the nozzle you will start to see an oval shape, and this is when it needs to be replaced.

Peter Norman

Peter Norman

Peter Norman is the director of sales for IKONICS Imaging. He has been with IKONICS Corporation for 19 years, and currently manages IKONICS Imaging domestic and export sales.

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