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I suggest using a urethane resin you'll get much better results than epoxy. Epoxies are poorly suited for finishing and polishing for such a project. You can check out some of my instructables that deal with casting urethane resin. Urethane resins are ideally suited for casting and polishing they can withstand the heat much better. You can use clay or museum wax to seal so that the resin doesn't get into your electronics. Good job on the micro soldering and assembly.
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Fallout 3- Brotherhood of Steel Helmet
Not sure, it was a vintage coffee pot warmer, just get one that is adjustable so you can vary the temp.
Tech, sounds fun!
Hi, do you have a layout or schematic for this 3V 3.7 option? I am interested in making a few of these. Looks like you used two leds? I want to use one. I could use 3 Cr1225 I suppose. Hope to hear your reply. Thanks in advance.
Awesome! You Rock, don't let em Grind you down!
Sounds amazing, would like to see some images if you have any. Thanks for sharing
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Thanks, its a pretty handy unit to have in the shop for mold making. You can see a bit more on my website www.botzen.comAlways looking for Urethane casting work.
You can find it on the Innovative web site here, I buy it direct form them, you will not find something like that on Amazon...http://www.innovative-polymers.com/classic-polyure...Be sure to check out my web site as well. Have a great daywww.botzen.com
Glad you enjoyed it!
I don't see why you could not. Good luck to you.
If you make one, post it here and let me know.
True, good point. This way I don't need to use my battery though! What other applications did you have in mind?
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Sure, I can judge, where do I sign up?
Has not been stolen yet, we will see how long it lasts
No, it does not seem to affect reception for me.
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I had this one, but look on ebay they are redily available
no idea, fills the tank and turns off, works great, runs cool. never gets hot.
Eh, perhaps.... It's brass so I am not to worried about it rusting. Works as a drain valve as well. I can buy another if I have issues with it it the future, not a big deal really for me.
Wow, cool. can you post pictures of this set up. I think there are a few here that would like to see it, me included. I thought about a dryer, but it seems like a lot of extra for the return on investment.
Yes, there is a run and a start and a ground. Correct. I will go back and add that to one of the steps. There is usually a wiring diagram included with your on off pressure switch, follow those instructions when wiring, they may differ from what I did.
Yes, it will just take a bit longer to fill the tank if it's a small capacity.
Sweet, thanks for the comment. Glad you liked it.Don't forget to like and follow on my Youtube page. Feel free to share it as well.Cheers!
Thank you. Very kind words. Hope you build one and it turns out great. Good luck!
D.I.Y Ultra Quiet Shop Compressor From a Refrigerator Motor (compressor)
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Casting a two part silicone mold of a custom Joby Gorillapod hot-shoe camera adapter Part:1
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