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  • BG_INS commented on coopzone's instructable Cleaning Flux From a PCB
    Cleaning Flux From a PCB

    As professional in the EMS industry, this is a very good instruction. eE use water that passed though 2 filters before we wash ; saltfilter to remove Calcium and active carbon.The cleaning product is a variant of standard house hold powder.We do not use it on boards with comps that are possibly opend, such as relays, switches, but normal electronics pass this process without an issue, Majorly importance is to maek sure the water can dripp of the board, so never scrub clean with a cloth, this will only spread out the flux or any other contaminants.Flux is deactivated roughly at 120 degrees C, so a standard hairdryer might not be enough , yet a paint stripper goes over 120. Don't go too hot as most of the electronics , and the board itself, get damaged over 250 C.Good instructable!IPA is fo…

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    As professional in the EMS industry, this is a very good instruction. eE use water that passed though 2 filters before we wash ; saltfilter to remove Calcium and active carbon.The cleaning product is a variant of standard house hold powder.We do not use it on boards with comps that are possibly opend, such as relays, switches, but normal electronics pass this process without an issue, Majorly importance is to maek sure the water can dripp of the board, so never scrub clean with a cloth, this will only spread out the flux or any other contaminants.Flux is deactivated roughly at 120 degrees C, so a standard hairdryer might not be enough , yet a paint stripper goes over 120. Don't go too hot as most of the electronics , and the board itself, get damaged over 250 C.Good instructable!IPA is forbidden in our industry due to health issues.

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  • BG_INS commented on Rehaan33's instructable Plastic Brick Compressor
    Plastic Brick Compressor

    Sometimes the best ideas are the easiest ones. Ocean cleanup is also installing projects to recup the waste plastic, but they regrind and use it again as base material for injection moulding. That is not possibe in regions with a lot of waste, no eletricity. Would love to see a simple follow up project to regrind the waste. The shape look slike a brick but to really use it in construction, the mould probably requires some cavities to allow a cementuous substance to bind the bricks.The idea is great as it solves an ecological problem and cretaes free building materials. Anyone who can burn wood can do this.

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  • GFRC Floating Concrete Hearth for Concrete & Wood Fireplace

    Nice,GFRC is not really in use in Europe it seems, plan to make something with GFRC this year. ultimatly i plan for a hottub (partypool size 7*7, 3 ft deep) and large slabs for a shower (6*3ft, 3/4 i thick).I'm down to 45 usd/10 sqr ft for the shower slabs and shower basin, totalling some 250 materials, to add moulding material and finishing stuff, but in total i might end up with some 350 which would be a very acceptable price for such a unique finish.

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  • BG_INS followed Nikus
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  • BG_INS commented on Nikus's instructable DIY 3D Printed Dremel CNC

    Congrats, this is one of the very few absolutely usefull CNC milling tables i have seen so far. Very good instructions. The fact that you manage to keep things easy for all users is probably key to your succes on all these sites.Thanks for sharing, you got my vote.

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  • Simply WOW, will read this in detail , very interesting stuff. Thanks for sharing

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  • Matt,from a guy from Belgium,spot on , that is how you make french fries.Removing the starch also works under a running water tap, no need to soak them .The size of the fries also matters; 8 x 8 mm square is the Belgian standard.6 x 6 mm is called "allumetes" = matches2 x 2 mm is called "steppe grass"Enjoy yours, oh, please dippethem in Mayonaise, not ketchup!!

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  • This is simply great. Can you maybe add a sketch of your complete set up, i used to work for a car brand in their paint factory. Yet i never ever thought of doing this myself.So you applied about 6KV, how many amps?

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