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Dear Steampunkers, dear friends After two relaxing evenings in my laboratory I'm very happy to present you a very special lamp: The Eye of Ra This very powerful ...
By chance I got this wonderful antique bulb from a nice friend. This Philips 437E is running with 230 Volts / 500 W and produces 11'000 Lumen. To ...
From another friend I got three very old coffee mills. One of them had the perfect shape and dimensions for my project. I demounted the grinding gear and ...
After I finished the mill I checked all the parts I planned to use. The prepared coffee mill The Philips 437E A bulb socket A dimmer 230V/800W some ...
After the check I started with the dimmer. I drilled a hole for the knob and used two screws to keep it on place. At the other side ...
After finishing the body I installed the bulb. Be sure to clean the bulb after with a soft towel. This bulbs become very hot, so it's very importent ...
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