Core Research Resource Lab
Media Blasting Station

Media Blaster

The media blasting station is used to bore small, smooth holes in glass substrates, and to deburr machined parts and hot emboss molds.

The AirBrasive Model K blasting unit has independent pressure and flow controls, and is capable of flowing up to 40 grams of media per minute. It is currently loaded with 50 µm aluminum oxide media. An assortment of micro-scale handpiece nozzles are available for use.

The COMCO ProCenter Plus workstation provides a well-lit, clean and safe work environment for working with micromedia. A large HEPA filter is included in the dust collection system, which flows 500 cfm. A blow-off gun is included to clean off parts.


CMADP Upcoming Events

KU Bioengineering Colloquium
co-sponsored by COBRE CMADP

Daniel Citterio, Ph.D.
Professor of Applied Chemistry
Keio University, Yokohama, Japan

"Low-Cost Analytical Devices Made from Porous Substrates: Simple is the Best"
Friday, February 28, 2020 at 2:00pm
Learned Hall, Room 3150

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