Raytech TV-10 Vibratory Finisher

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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm (www.P65warnings.ca.gov).


This Raytech-quality TV-10 vibratory finishing system provides the capacity and features you need for effective, versatile mass finishing of jewelry and jewelry components. This small-footprint vibratory tumbler is ideal for light deburring and polishing, for de-scaling castings, and for reducing edge radius on sharp-edged metal parts. Use this system to give metal and plastic pieces a good polish, following work sequences designed for the parts and materials you are working with. Built-in inlet/outlet ports enable use of a compound rinsing system (i.e. "flow-thru" systems).
Its heavy-duty drive and suspension ensure strong, effective operation and a long service life. Use with wet or dry media to achieve the desired finish; the bowl (4"D x 10" dia.) is made of heavy-duty, cross linked polyethylene for strength and durability and has a noise-reducing lid.

  • Brand : Raytech
  • Model or style no. : TV-10
  • Dimensions : 10"W x 13"H
  • Capacity : 1 cup (approx. 30 rings)
  • Amperage : 0.9 amps
  • Frequency : 60Hz
  • Voltage : 110 volts
  • Country of origin : United States
Additional Specifications:
  • Bowl capacity: 0.12 cu. ft.
    Media capacity (including workpieces) - 0.1 cu. ft. (6 pints, approx); use about 70% media to 30% workpieces:
    – 8 lbs. ceramic media
    – 6 lbs. plastic media
    – 5 lbs. shell media
    – 3 lbs. hardwood media
    Base: Stationary with fixed vibration amplitude

Please Note:

• This model cannot accommodate stainless steel shot.
• A 220-volt model is available by special order; please call to inquire.

Catalog page: 2020-2021 Tools and Equipment Catalog p. 539