Glastar Corporation

Glastar Sit-Down Blasting CabinetOptimum cabinet for comfort. Sit down to blast, designed for use with a standard chair.

Front completely opens to accommodate 3D objects up to 18” in diameter.

Glastar B14 Pro-Star Grinder
Small bench top grinder with 15” square “footprint.” Features 2” diamond-bonded 100 grit quality grinding head. High performance custom production grinder for use in studio or take onsite to grind glass to fit a particular fenestration. The glass eye shield support accommodates 1/8” thick glass. The exceptionally tough housing will not rust. Coolant system includes a long flexible gooseneck with ball valve, 1/4” compression fitting and can be used with either a Glastar recirculating pump or city water supply.

Glastar B1 20” Diamond Disc Grinder, Floor Model
Production model for hand beveling and cold glass working projects. Grind large quantities of straight edges, outside curves and level bases for large objects 4” x 4” or greater. Delivers long hours of continual use with minimal down time and maintenance.

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