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Creating Sandblasted Signage
I have noticed that the Hartco SandMask is generally thinner than rubber resists. How can a thinner vinyl resist have as much resist capacity as a thicker rubber product? How does this impact the sign artist?
To what does the term "raw" refer to regarding substrates?
What are the two release liner options for the 425?
What degree blade is recommended for cutting all the Hartco SandMask products?
What do the "S", "SP", and "SPI" signify in our part number system? (Hint: These are located in the middle of the part number, not the beginning.)
What do the S and HGS at the beginning of our part number signify?
What Hartco SandMask product would I use for blasting on foam?
What Hartco SandMask product would I use for blasting on glass, Plexiglas or mirror?
What Hartco SandMask product would I use if I want to blast on unglazed tile, unsealed brick and other rough or porous surfaces?
What Hartco SandMask product would I use if I want to blast on wood, glazed tile, Avonite, Corian and some "softer" types of stone?
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