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it really is a good idea bu/ check this site out for very thin strong thread / also go back to their home pagehttp://www.thethreadexchange.com/miva/merchant.mvc?Store_Code=TTE&Screen=CTGY&Category_Code=kevlar-invisible
great job / instead of thread use dental floss / it is way stronger and makes better fishing line
don't know if this is relevant to this use butNO COPPER! EVER! Heated copper out-gasses some seriously bad fumes. Highly toxic with additional dangers, depending on where it came from. It's all bad so stay away! / this came from this site / https://forum.grasscity.com/diy-homemade/258727-th...
RIverJIm / really neat idea / thanks / I will be making me a couple of these
also here is some contradictory info to my previous post / Use Proper Distillation Equipment.Only use a pure 100% food grade copper "moonshine" still assembled with lead free solder or a stainless steel still made from 304 stainless steel.Stills made from old radiators, sheetmetal, plastic barrels and other such materials are questionable at best and extremely dangerous at worst. Always insist on using stills that are made from pure copper or 304 stainless steel. Old time moonshiners in the Appalachian hills used copper and modern commercial distilleries use it too. Also, always use lead free solder and water based flux to assemble a still.There are plenty of guides and videos on the internet on how to make a moonshine still
excellent idea thanks I will use this for all my old drills
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