Glass Craft & Bead Expo Vendor To Provide FREE In Booth Demonstrations on Sandblasting Techniques

Sandblasting Equipment Manufacturer Rayzist Photomask will be joined by Expert Sandcarver Glass Artist and Master Teacher Butch Young at this year’s Glass Craft & Bead Expo in Las Vegas. Butch Young will be demonstrating in-booth carving techniques on light frosting, beginning carving and touching on advanced techniques using the Super Grit Pit Sandcarving System. She will explain how you can use these carving techniques to shape glass. There will be free guilding and gold leafing techniques throughout the day. Visit booth 717 for demonstration times. Gold Leaf Kits, mica powers, caving supplies and DVD training materials will be available for purchase.

Butch Young worked with Rayzist Photomask to design a advanced sandblasting system for the needs of the sandcarving artist.  This sandcarving system is designed with features such as dual zoned halogen lighting, black interior lined with neoprene, large blasting slot for unrestricted arm movement, large viewing window and full cabinet door entry. In addition to these features the system comes standard with automatically recycling, vortex, and HEPA filtration built on the system.

Rayzist Photomask, inc. will be representing the photographic industry with the endless possibilities of personalization and art glass decoration.  Exclusive show specials on the 2648VX Super Grit Pit Sandcarving System. Show specials on Complete Mask Making Kits, SR3000™ photoresist film.

Glass Craft & Bead Expo: April 7-11, 2010
Show floor: April 9-11, 2010
Show floor hours: April 9-10, 2010; 9:00am – 6:00pm,  April 11, 2010; 10:00am – 3:00pm

The cost of the training is FREE, admission to the show floor is $15 and is good for all three days of the show.

These demonstrations are being put on by Rayzist Photomask . Rayzist is the world’s leading manufacturer of photoresist films and sandblasting equipment. At Rayzist, our success has always been fueled by relationships. No matter where you are in the process of establishing yourself in the sandcarving industry, we strive to be your trusted partner going forward.

Butch Young will also be putting on a series of advanced Training Seminars at Rayzist Photomask in Vista, California.

Class Dates are scheduled for:
May 20-21, 2010
June 24-26, 2010
September 16-18, 2010
November 11-13, 2010

Butch Young will focus on the Art of Sandcarving in these classes. She will personally instruct you to sandblast glass as you never thought possible with techniques and other invaluable tricks, tips and secrets of the trade that last a lifetime.

Rayzist offers the industry’s most complete sandcarving equipment product line, which includes everything from sandcarving systems to films and supplies to engraveable blanks. As well they also offer our guidance and support as you build your business and improve upon your sandcarving expertise. In short, we are genuinely committed to your success.

About Sandblasting Information

Rayzist Photomask, Inc. is a direct manufacturer of sandcarving systems also known as sandblast equipment, sand blast equipment, sandblasting cabinet, sandblasting machines, glass etching equipment, sandblasting cabinets and sand carving equipment is designed specifically for personalization on a multitude of surfaces. Sandcarving film which is referred to as, photoresist, sandblasting film, sandblasting material, photo resist, photoresist film, foto resist, photomask, sandcarving film, mask, stencil, templates, sandblasting material, etching templates, etching material, and engraving film. SR2000 and SR3000 photoresist film is manufactured by Rayzist Photomask Inc. these two sandblasting photoresist films, allow you to achieve not only the most intricate detail but, has a durability that is second to none and allows you to achieve a generous depth to most any surface while engraving. This versatile sandblasting film is also great for multi level stage carving, paint fill, gold leaf and paint fills. Stencil making for this industry began with designing, tracing, and then hand cutting or machine plotting; this was the process of creating a template for the engraved image. Photoresist was first introduced into the market in the early 1980’s. The ability to produce photographically rather than manually revolutionized the sandcarving industry.