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This is an easy to build vacuum chamber that is power with a garden hose. you can draw 30 cm of vacuum with your hose. simple and easy ...
you will need the following parts. many of they can be found or scrounged for free is you have the time. 1 - 6" x 24 " PVC ...
this little thing can draw up to and in some cases even more than 30cm of vacuum with only a garden hose. and a only $24 it beats ...
The top and bottom are 1/4 " acrillc . Just trace the tube. Find the center point, and make a circle and inch farther out. cut along the ...
use the top and bottom pieces to trace around with a knife to cut out the neoprene. find the center and then cut out the center circle by ...
drill tow hole just a little bit smaller than the fittings (the vacuum gauge came with a bunch of extra fittings) heat up the fitings with a soldering ...
This is the tough part. if you are lucky the pipe you have will have good edges. This one did not. gab a piece of sandpaper and hold ...
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