Grondboor & Hamer , Volume 21 - Issue 5 p. 149- 155
,,Tumbling" is a simple technique for the finishing of semi-precious stones, which is within the reach of the amateur-mineralogist. Rock fragments (for instance achate) are ground and polished using abrasive powder and water in a rotating drum. A handiman could easily construct such a tumbler.
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