High quality Evans 2lb Stone Tumbler and Polisher with 2lb rubber barrel. Perfect for beginners interested in Stone Polishing and in need of a quieter running machine. Fully tested and checked for optimum performance, and comes complete with pots of 80 and 400 grade grit, Pumice Powder, rocks, epoxy glue, jewellery kit and glue. Stone tumblers are also used to polish glass, full instructions are included which also cover creating beach ‘frosted effect’
- Professional Rubber Barrel machine
- Jewellery making kit included, and rough rock
- FREE Stone Tumbling (Stone Polishing) booklet
- Very low running cost, equivalent to a 20 Watt light bulb
- Maximum load 8lb
- All machines come with a 1-year guarantee
- Full lifetime advice with our customer support team
- Create beautiful tumblestones
What is the difference between the single and double barrel machines?
Single Barrels – Maximum load in one go, but you have to wait for each stage to be completed before moving onto the next.
Double Barrels – Allows you to have two separate smaller loads tumbling in unison but at different stages of the process. It also helps the barrels last longer by separating the medium. The Double Barrel machine is our most popular line since it makes tumbling much easier and quicker. A 3lb tumbling machine can take two lots of 1.5lb loads at different stages running at the same time.
What is the difference between the plastic and rubber barrels? What is the noise levels?
Plastic Barrels – These are standard barrels, and used in the vast majority of cases. You can hear the stones turning unlike rubber barrels, this is not too noisy but we do recommend that the machine is run in a conservatory, garage or spare/back room.
Rubber Barrels – These are premium barrels, running virtually silent, recommended for those who have limited space and need to run in a main room. They are also designed to last much longer than the plastic barrels, and the lids are much easier to remove.
Do I need anything else?
Many people prefer to buy extra separate barrels to ensure that they keep the different grits and polish in each barrel to avoid contamination and to avoid wear and tear. If you are purchasing a tumbler without the starter kit, then you will require the grits – 80 and 400 grade Silicon Carbide and Pumice Powder are the most recommended. You may also wish to consider our ‘Rough Rock’ which is ideal for starting out. This pack contains lots of different rock types and colours.
How long does it take to tumble stones or rocks?
It takes around 10 days depending on how rough the rock is and the hardness. The tumbler needs to be running constantly and ‘must not’ be stopped.
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