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    Tumbling & Vibratory Media

    • Special pin shot specifically made for magnetic tumblers. Though more expensive than standard tumbling shot, the Shor Magnetic Tumbler Pin Shot is about 1/2 the price of competitor's for the same shot. Dimensions approximately 0.5 mm diameter by 5 mm length. This shot is meets or exceeds the highest standards and is back by Shor's 30-day satisfaction guaranteed if you are not completely satisfied.

      $49.95 to $199.50


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $44.70 to $359.00


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $39.40 to $315.00


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $43.20 to $349.00


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $89.25 to $179.00


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $79.70 to $270.00


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $137.00 to $329.00


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $96.00 to $224.00


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $75.65 to $226.00


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $17.80 to $52.50


    • Soap for steel media in Tumbler (not vibratory) and also used with ceramic media but not porcelain. Mix with deionized water for best results. Use with steel media or porcelain shot. 1 pound.

      $14.70

      SKU: 47.80114

    • Cleans steel shot. Essential for magnetic tumbler steel shot. Takes the "black" out and restores shot to a bright finish. Does not remove rust. Weight 12 lbs.

      $10.75

      SKU: 23.216

    • For burnishing soap for steel shot and porcelain balls. Use with steel shot. 1 Gallon bottle.

      $45.15

      SKU: 47.80117/G

    • Polishing media for vibratory and tumbling machines. Does not remove metal, 5 pounds. Weighs 45 lbs. per square foot.

      $23.75

      SKU: 47.769

    • Polishing media for vibratory and tumbling mass finishers- requires treatment with powdered media. Weighs 45 lbs. per square foot.

      $72.70

      SKU: 47.0107/25

    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $18.05 to $46.80


    • The media used in vibratory machines are generally not suitable for standard tumbler. The media that is run wet requires a continuous rinsing not generally available in standard tumblers. The dry media is too light to be effective in standard tumblers. Steel media, generally used in tumbling, may also be used in heavy duty vibratory machines. However, most shops find the steel is too aggressive in its "peening" effect when used in vibratory machines. Shor provides a wide variety of media to be used in vibratory finishing and we encourage you to experiment. You'd be surprise to find how many shops are using outlandish media like erasers, wood pegs, bone and other odd media (and getting good results).

      However, we recommend using just two media:
      • For the cutdown part of the finishing use either the white or the green plastic pyramids.
      • For the polishing part use either walnut shell or corn cob charged with red rouge, Blue Magic, ruby powder or Linde A.

      Why use only two media? The answer is simple
      labor time. The vibratory machines will take longer to finish when you don't use the more aggressive media, but you don't pay hourly wages to the machine. You pay the man who has to change the media and separate the rings for the next cycle. Normal cutdown cycle for fine media, like the white or green, is 8-10 hours. Normal polishing cycle time with walnut shells or corn cob is 24 hours.

      $7.50 to $43.30


    • When used properly, steel shot can go a long way toward providing a final finish to many pieces and is excellent for getting into some of the difficult to reach crevices. Sold in 10 lb boxes (except TUM-125.02 and TUM-125.50)

      $47.95 to $999.95


    • An excellent alternative to steel shot.Requires no maintenance and never rusts.Lighter than steel, it has a similar result but with far less impingement on the pieces being polished.Because it is lighter than steel, it requires a slightly longer work time. Use with Compound D. Density is 125 lbs per cubic foot.

      $69.30 to $193.00