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Sandblast Stencils

T.U.S produces sandblasting stencils in a variety of shapes and materials. We will work with you from the choice of the right material to the correct layout and inscription of the mark. The stencils will come ready to use, they have an adhesive backing and a transfer tape. Our sandblast stencils are one-time use stencils.
Sandblasting is used for a variety of materials. For each material we have a suitable solution for your marking requirements:


Metal and compound machined parts

T.U.S. can help you to accomplish the part identification and serialization for your machined or casted products. We have all common marking standards for aircraft, aerospace or defense parts on hand. Our expertise ranges from regular inscriptions to 2D-barcodes. We can mark all surface shapes from straight to round or spheric. The choice of the material will depend on the specific application and the needs for the adhesive. T.U.S actively partners with more than 50 customers for this type of part marking process.

Concrete, granite, rocks, bricks, tiles

T.U.S. supplies readily made stencils made out of 42mil rubber-like stencil material. The material will resist the most aggressive sandblasting media, it has a proven track record for this application. The stencil will have a very aggressive adhesive, suitable for most concrete, granite or rock surfaces. For specifically uneven or dirty surfaces we will come up with a recommendation for a filler material for additional adhesion forces. T.U.S. has an extensive track record for this type of application.

Glass, stainless steel

Applications for this group of materials include rewards and prizes or simple inscriptions on glass surfaces like car glass inscriptions (car restoration, VIN numbering, etc). We will supply a membrane stencil material that will deliver great reproduction of detail and fine lines. The material is specifically made for sandblasting glass or similar high quality surfaces like polished stainless steel or aluminum.
We recommend blasting pressures of 20-40 psi and blasting media of 100 grid, preferrably finer.