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Here's my attempt at building a snow machine from some watering system stuff, a leaf blower, and too much time on my hands. WATER AND ELECTRICITY DO ...
Here's what you need:- Leaf blower (best if it has a detachable nozzle.-about 2 feet of plastic tubing (half inch)-alot of 1/4 inch plastic tubing-var...
I used an electronics tool with a REALLY SHARP POINT (which snapped off, but oh well...)be carefull not to poke yourself, and put a few holes through ...
it's a pain to put in the small tubes, so you might want to improvise a bit (unless you want really sore hands from pushing on the fittings)put tubes ...
poke holes in the main tubing, but not all the way through, then push fittings into the tube.tape the main tube to the underside of the nozzle image n...
here's the hellish part...it takes forever to put on all the tubes, but if you use less, there won't be enough water flowing to make snow...
hook the nozzle to the blower, it might be a good idea to support the main tube better...
this i the machine running with the surrounding air at 38degf, so there's no snow...
it's taken a few tries, and a few hours with a heat gun (i forgot to bring it inside while i had dinner...)...and as of yet, i still haven't gotten it...
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