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Tumblers and polishers are used to deburr, refine, matte, or gloss silver, glass, stones, aluminium, beach glass, brass, bronze, coins, copper, fashion accessories, fingerprint keepsakes, glass, gold, gun components, jewellery, lapidary, Art Clay metal clays, PMC silver clay, metals, minerals, model parts, pebbles, rocks, shells, small treasures, and stones. And there are diverse archeological, engineering, geological, hobby, and industrial applications.
Anyone who has found shiny fragments of glass, beautifully rounded pebbles, or highly polished shells on a sandy beach, has seen how continual abrasion and impacts can shape and polish even the roughest surfaces. These beach treasures have probably been in the sea for years. Fortunately, electric tumblers are hundreds of times quicker and a lot more convenient.
Although tumblers is the popular name, they're also called rotary tumblers, lapidary tumblers, jewellery tumblers, barrelling machines, glass polishers, and stone tumblers. Cutting, faceting, and polishing stones, minerals, and gems is called lapidary.
They're ideal for polishing jewellery and silver, adding a matte or gloss finish to beach glass and small pebbles, and putting a final lustre on anything made from Art Clay silver clay, bronze clay, copper clay, and PMC metal clays. You can also create attractive finishes on brass, bronze, coins, copper, fingerprint keepsakes, glass, gold, metals, minerals, model parts, rocks, shells, small treasures, and stones.
The whole range of tumblers is not described on this page. To learn more, use the electric tumblers link above the menu bar near the top of the page You don't have to buy a complete kit. All the parts are available separately: just mix-and-match the combination you need.
Prices here are transparent: they're for UK-EU voltage CE marked motor bases. Kits include a plastic or rubber drum, abrasive or polishing media, comprehensive instructions, UK VAT, GB-mainland delivery, and free continuing support. So you can start work straight away.
For prices, trading terms, and secure on-line shopping, use the shop link below the menu bar near the top-right of any page. The order form is after the price list, near the bottom. You don't have to buy a complete kit. All the parts are available separately: just mix-and-match the combination you need.
As a top-tier distributor for kilns, furnaces, ovens, tumblers, and polishers, we provide comprehensive advice, competent technical support, a prompt repair workshop, and free telephone time if you have to fit parts: all valuable services. If you need help now, use the mail link below the menu bar near the top-right of any page, or call .