Microblasting, as the name would suggest, combines high pressure air and a very fine powder in a chamber, which forms an abrasive mixture. This mixture is then sent through a small, precise nozzle, not unlike a pressure washer for your home. The small size of the nozzle allows for a precise abrasive stream that cleans, cuts, drills, and finishes all types of surfaces. The size of the stream can also be manipulated, making microblasting a powerful, universally useful tool for any project using any material, from diamonds to paper.