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Old April 1, 2005, 09:52 PM   #4
CaptainRazor
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Join Date: February 16, 2005
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To be honest, the prices of the cheaper vibratory tumblers are so low, if you had to buy any parts to make one, I think you would be ahead to just buy a vibratory tumbler. They usually last for many years.

Vibratory Tumbler

However, if you're really "thrifty" you can use a rock tumbler from any hobby/toy store. The problem with rock tumblers, they are usually really small.

I'd stay away from the kitty litter, don't know about the sawdust thing, I'd suggest a cheap vibratory tumbler and corn cob media.
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