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5/31/2012

Crystal Mark Micro Sandblaster

Originally titled 'Micro Sandblaster'
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Crystal Mark will display its Swam-Blaster MV-241 micro sandblaster, which is designed to produce precise, repeatable finishes in a variety of applications, including surface preparation of medical devices, surface texturing for adhesion enhancement, precision deburring and selective coating removal.

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Crystal Mark will display its Swam-Blaster MV-241 micro sandblaster, which is designed to produce precise, repeatable finishes in a variety of applications, including surface preparation of medical devices, surface texturing for adhesion enhancement, precision deburring and selective coating removal. The sandblaster also features the company’s Turbo-Max work chamber, which offers improved lighting and a built-in dust collection system. 

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