Versatile two-barrel, 6 lb. capacity tumbler. Uses two 3lb. capacity, long-life, molded rubber barrels. Ideal for small batches of single-type stones for jewelry making or for brass polishing. Heavy continuous duty, fan-cooled motor. Overload protected.
Discover the Fascination of Rock Polishing with the Original Thumler's Tumbler Rock Polisher. One of the simplest and oldest methods of polishing rocks and stones to reveal their long-hidden natural beauty! A great hobby for beginners...a great tool for experts! Create stunning jewelry with gem-like polished stones. Stimulates an interest in natural science! Professional quality rock polisher with a 3lb. capacity tumbler.
3lb. capacity tumbler. One rubber barrel. 115V continuous duty motor - impedance protected. For the beginner. Does a quality job of polishing stones. Lighter motor than other models. Besides tumbler, kit contains polishing rock, 4 grades of polishing abrasives, jewelry findings and booklet A Guide For Rock Polishers.
Rock Tumbling is a hobby that your whole family can enjoy! Tumbling is a simple way to polish agates and other gem stones. If you are truly interested in producing flawless gems through the tumbling process, this Model MP-1 Rock Tumbler with Accessory Kit is ideal. 2 pound capacity tumbler comes with one rubber barrel and 120V continuous duty motor (impedance protected). For the beginner. Does a quality job of polishing stones. Besides tumbler, kit contains polishing rock, 4 grades of polishing abrasives, jewelry findings, and booklet A Guide For Rock Polishers.
This is the real thing! Heavy duty rock tumbler does much more than ordinary rock polishers- it actually changes rough stones into beautiful high-luster semi-precious gemstones. You can even make jewelry and key chains with the settings included in this set. U.L. Listed. Set includes tumbling machine with heavy duty motor, rough semi-precious stones (including amethyst, jasper, agate and others), grit, polish, jewelry settings, glue and instruction manual. Ages 10 and up.
Rock tumbling is easy. Just place a few rocks or minerals into the tumbler, add grinding powder (included), and select the length of time to tumble. The grinding powder simulates the natural erosion process that would take thousands of years. Soon you will have shiny, polished rocks to use for crafts or to display.