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Yes, I bet it would :)
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Well, actually there have been times when some crumbs managed to escape, but there is an easy way to avoid it.I might make an improved version
Yes, it does seal the bottom.
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Ha, ha..Thanks :)I do have metal cutting scissors, but they don't cut too good.
Yes, it would.It wsa hard to make it spin without hitting the wood at some point.
Thank You!I really appreaciate your feedback.
Yes, you are right. Maybe the fact that you can't change the bulb was not a good idea.Cheers!
Something like this:https://goo.gl/tNRsFcNot sure what size clamp I own.
Good to know.Thanks for sharing your experience!
I used a bottle cutter.
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Thanks!I am glad you do.
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I also had a similar problem.I bought 2 universal sink stoppers, but they were leaking.That's why I used leftover silicone to make my own.
I did not know about the contest :)Cheers!
Thank You very much!
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That's very nice tip.I have never tried it myself.Cheers!
That's a very good tip.I'll need to try it out.Thank You!
Thanks for the correction.I do have silicon carbide and silicone rubber, but I pronounce them the same.Will need to work on that :)Cheers!
You can get them from Amazon, eBay etc.Leftover Silicones used in the video.Amazon.comSmooth-Sil 940 (Pink-ish food safe silicone)easycomposites.co.ukCS25 Condensation Cure Silicone
I tasted, but only for a short period of time.You can always cover the whole match to make it fail proof.
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I am glad you found it useful!Cheers!
I am glad you found it useful.Cheers!
Hi Bill!I am away for a few days, so I can't tell you any dimensions today. I'll be back on Monday, then I'll let you know.Just like you said, I used 2 popsicle sticks to increase the length.Cheers!
Cheers!And Thanks for the translation.
I attached a video. I hope that will answer your question.Cheers!
Simple yet Awesome!Well done!
The Beatzza Box
Thanks!Yes, the dent is there, so the stick can hold the ball in position.I actually don't put the stick in the dent, but more like on the edge of the dent.You are right, I glued the timer because the original hole was used to attach it to the bracket.Cheers!
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I think they use other techniques to do it. Gallium will melt in your hands if you hold it for long enough to reach around 30°C.Cheers!
I did not use any mold release agent.I don't remember the exact amount of silicone used, but it was approximately between 400-500g per each side, so 800g - 1Kg in total.Interesting!Gallium should also melt in your hands or at least start to sweat.Does it melt in your hands? You'll have to hold it for a while to heat it up.
Oh... I used around 15g of gallium
Nice one :)
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