This Dura-BULL® kit includes everything you need to finish small quantities of jewelry items and get dependable, quality results.
Handle small runs and touch-up work with the dependable tumbler. Its single barrel has a capacity of 3 lbs. of stainless steel shot. The clear barrel allows you to monitor your piece and an easy-to-use screw on lid gives you quick access to contents. A no-leak closure ring and non-slip belts make the single-barrel tumbler very reliable.
Whether you manufacture hundreds of pieces a week or fill custom orders in a studio setting, there’s a Dura-BULL® machine for you. Each machine is made to work better, made to last and made in the USA.
• Dura-BULL® single-barrel tumbler; 110 volts.
• A 3-lb. package of mixed stainless steel shot.
• A 4-oz. bottle of Super Sunsheen burnishing compound.
please note: • Whenever you replace the barrel on your Dura-BULL tumbler, wipe the lid and gasket dry, and apply a small amount of O-ring lubricant to the gasket after every couple of runs. This helps prolong the life of the gasket and helps ensure a good seal without over-tightening.
• All items in this kit are made in the U.S.A.
How To Load Rotary Barrels For Metal Workpieces
Effective and professional results from your tumbling processes depends on knowing how to properly load your barrel for the best result. Follow these steps to achieve the best finish and most cost-effective process for your jewelry pieces using your rotary tumbler.
Set the barrel on end and remove the lid.
Add 3 lbs. steel media to the barrel.
Add your workpieces; using 1 part workpieces to 4 parts media, by volume.
Add your compound solution to the barrel, filling the barrel to about 1/2" above the level of the media. (Follow instructions on the label of the compound you're using to mixing the solution properly.)
Secure the lid onto the barrel.Position barrel between roller guides.
Position barrel between roller guides and start tumbling.