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I love this project so many different kinds made of the years good job! I made myself one of these a few years ago! found an old plastic tub inside I placed a perforated metal plate just off the bottom for the anode. Then cut a similar bit of metal for the cathode that could be suspended under the surface of the electrolyte. I used this like the basket you would have in a deep fat fryer! Placed all my parts on the plate (not having to worry about the wiring each part up just so long as some kinda connection was made) switched it all on kept an eye on things for the first 10 minutes. Some parts needed a better connection so tied them to the plate. In my experience I would definitely say it's one process not to be rushed long slow job but perfection takes time ? ? happy rust munching ?
Portable Lego Creation Station
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