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We are the internet's most popular source of information about rock tumbling. We also sell rock tumblers, tumbling rough, tumbling supplies, and tumbled stones from around the world. Thumler's MP-1 Kit: Our best-selling tumbler because it is inexpensive and quiet. The soft rubber barrel makes much less noise, than a toy tumbler with a plastic barrel. Try rock tumbling with a quality machine at...
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Supplier Of Vibratory Tumbler, Rock Polisher, Rock Tumbler and Abrasives to hobbiest and professional metal finishers. Our polishing products come with a guarantee on barrel and liner. They are extensively used by serious hobbyists, laboratories, schools and industry for an unlimited variety of tumbling and mixing operations. Need a complete system, why not look at our kits which include the...
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Rock Tumbling, Creating Cabochons, all-inclusive lapidary information site. Has been the internet's most important resource for lapidary artists, hobbyists, and rockhounds from around the world. Whether it's tumbling rocks, cutting slabs, polishing cabochons, wire-wrapping, or any other facet of...
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Rock Peddler, owned and operated by Jeanne Ridolfi, your lapidary supplier since 1977, is your best source for discounted pricing on major brands of lapidary equipment and supplies manufactured by Diamond Pacific, Facetron, Crystalite, Covington, Graves, Raytech, Inland, Gearloose, Dyna Systems,...
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Have you ever seen the commercial about ‘set it and forget it.’ That’s about what you will be doing with your rock tumbler. A tumbler generally takes between 3-8 weeks for the process to be complete. The fun thing is when you forget about it for a couple of weeks and than check the progress. Take...
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Rock Doctor offers Granite Cleaner, Granite Polish, and Granite Sealer to clean your granite countertops or polishing the marble in your bathroom or floor. Superior quality is important to you. That’s why granite graces your home. But even the rich looking surface of granite can become dirty and lose its sparkling shine. But now, thanks to intensive research, testing and actual trial use by...
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If your interests are faceting, cabochons, carving, silversmithing and goldsmithing, jewelry making, rock collecting, mineral collecting, lapidary, tumblers, books, or even need gem rough, we are your source. Our online catalog makes ordering on the Internet easier and safer than ever. SSL security of the highest order makes our online shopping quick, easy, and convenient. Welcome to Graves...
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We are the Vaulkhard family, in this business since 1967. Our company name is V.I.Rockhound Shop Ltd., owned by Thomas and Gerald Vaulkhard. Gerry is the manager, and his father Tom might be retiring one of these years, but for now he finds working here half-time just about right. When Gerry's son Matthew works with us when not at his university studies, customers are often interested to see...
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Professionals and Hobbyists agree...There is no substitute for quality! Lapidary Solutions is the premier supplier of commercial grade machinery and parts for the lapidary professional and hobbyist alike. There are over 300 Products here in our online catalog! Same Day Shipping! All of our products are ready to ship TODAY! Top Quality Equipment! We sell Diamond Pacific equipment, known...
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Interested in Rock Tumbling? Your guide to rock polishers, grit, gems, rock picks and other lapidary equipment and supplies for beginners and professionals. Most rock tumblers are rated by weight capacity. For example, a three-pound tumbler will rotate three pounds of weight indefinitely. To polish rocks that measure 1.5 inch diameter inches or larger, choose a large rock polisher with at least...
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Has developed a Sample Pack for our Customers. For $30.66, you get 16 tablespoons of each polish--enough for about four 3-pound batches. We want you to see the spectacular difference that good polishes make on your rocks. We are also recommending that you change your rock tumbling "formula" to the following: For hard rocks, (1) 4-6 weeks in 80-Grit, (2) 1-2 weeks in 220-Grit, (3) 1-week in...
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There are a wide variety of stones that you can polish at home using Lapidary Equipment. You can also buy inexpensive semi-precious stones which offer many different colours and varieties. The Agate Book Ends shown above were made from Brazilian Agate which would cost you about £10 to buy in its rough form. In our section about semi-precious stones we tell you about the different types of...
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Now Rick and his family run Rockpick Legend Co. Each person here has found their own specialty niche in the rock world, and we offer a complete rock experience! From our own love for rocks, minerals, and the world that has created them, to our passion for helping young and old rock hounds alike get their start into this exciting field, you can rest assured we'll be there to help you with all...
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Lapidary is the art of polishing stones as well as the person who does the stone polishing. There are many different ways to polish stones. The most common way is using a Rock Tumbler which smoothes the edges of stones and usually gives them a nice shine. Rock tumbing does not shape the stones. If you want to cut the stones to a specific size or shape you need to use more advanced techniques...
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There is definitely an art to getting a fantastic shine on the rocks you decide to put through a rock tumbler, and whichever device you choose or own already, the best results will always come with a combination of time and patience. This doesn't apply to "waiting for it to finish" - that is a must, what we mean by time and patience is really more specific to how your skill will develop as you...
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