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Offline dreadi

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Shopping for Sandblast Cabinet Locally
« on: November 22, 2017, 11:50:37 AM »
Perhaps my Google-Fu is weak. I have been looking for a local, almost anywhere in WA, dealer in blast cabinets that are US made. Something like a Cyclone or Skat Blast with 7-9 cubic feet of workspace and have been coming up with nothing. Thereís plenty of online resellers of cabinets but, Iíd rather pay sales tax instead of $270-$395 in freight as Iíve been quoted. Iíd even drive to Idaho or Oregon and pay use tax back to the state for the right deal. Plus the YL gets a one day road trip which makes her happy.

Why not Harbor Freight or another import? Iím trying to keep Americans working and, Iíd like a cabinet with welded seams instead of a bolt together package even though the price difference is very tempting. From what Iíve seen and experienced the TP Tools import cabinets work just fine and donít leak. 

Am I missing out on some good folks here in WA to do business with?

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Re: Shopping for Sandblast Cabinet Locally
« Reply #1 on: November 22, 2017, 12:19:38 PM »
Wish I had an answer for you. Have you tried calling any body shops or powder coaters to see what they know?

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Re: Shopping for Sandblast Cabinet Locally
« Reply #2 on: November 22, 2017, 02:24:43 PM »
Too bad you didn't post this a couple of weeks ago, we just got rid of out BadBoy blaster cabinet here at work.