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Have you tried it with soap bubble mix?
Perhaps glue pieces of felt to the feet to avoid scratching that nice floor.
Typically "a poor mans' (thing)" meansinexpensive, practical, not always stylish."Locked in failure" is your intrepretation only.
Re: 3 legs.Experience & a calm head makes the difference between "dammit" and a "spontaneous design change".Well done. Without the bottom rail it would have been unstable, but you HAD a bottom rail & all is well.
With molds & epoxy I've made knife scales out of tobacco, sycamore leaves, pine neeles, azurite & colored rock salt (each in seperate scales).Cotton balls are next!
The walls of our homes, with drywall inside & ply or OSB outside ARE stressed skin panels with 2x4s or 2x6s as ribs.For the sake of speed over quality we use nails instead of glue.Watching demolition of walls with plywood on 1 side, it is amazing what it takes to break them.
Let's also not forget that if you leave an ouiga board lying around, young children can rub their hand on it & accidentally open THE GATES OF HELL!Thereby causing the destruction of mankind as we know it.Responsible parents keep stuff like this put away.
When the pictures make people hungry, that is 1 successful photo session.
I have done this quite a few times & have occasionally run into problems because I did not know that the toner expands if it cools slowly. Nice to know!With very small boards you can use less acid if you etch it in a sandwich bag & hold it in your hand. Tilt it back & forth to agitate slightly. 2 oz is plenty.
I do not buy the pins. I make them."The pin material is the easiest part of the project".
I've made pins like this for fret marker dots on guitars.The pin material is the easiest part of the project, but for oohs & aahs the pins are the most bang for your buck (and time).
Wow! 50/50 is pretty hot. I guess being in glass for a week was a pretty good cure schedule. Looks cool.
Nice looking unit.Could I get some numbers for the patterns? If I could just get the length of the bottom strake or width at wide point of bottom strake I would be quite happy.A full set of offsets would make me ecstatic, but I'll take what I can get.
Jimmie; the question is: do YOU understand how fusel oils are made?They are a byproduct of fermentation, concentrated during distillation.The aromas described by wine geeks (grassy nose, etc.) are fusel oils.Read-up a little. Fusels are not the result of heating alcohol. It may appear that way because you don't notice them much until after distillation, but that is not where they come from.The article did not mention redistilling, only filtering.