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Great job! I loved watching your build. I wish I had even a fraction of the patience that you have.
Great instructable, I enjoyed reading it. One quick question tho. Do you stir the boiling sap at any point, or do you literally just leave it to boil down without touching it?Oh and one last thing. In the picture in your "Final Thoughts", it looks like your peeing into your sap. Lol. Maybe that gave it the cotton candy flavor. Again, great job. I voted for you.
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Maybe in a galaxy far far away, they use the word "droid" to be synonymous with robot. You don't know. Plus you said that C3P0 is more humanlike That is true on earth. But what about in said galaxy, where there are many different types of aliens? Whats to say that all humanoids look the same. Maybe some are short, barrel shaped and very pale.
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Great instructable!! I haven't read one straight through in awhile, like I did yours.
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Two part epoxy is exactly what you need. Best part is that wet epoxy dries clear and seamlessly to dry epoxy. You could make an open top box with a clear acrylic sheet. Fill 1/4 of the box with the clear epoxy, and allow it to dry. Put the item you want to encase onto the dried epoxy. Now fill the rest of the box with wet epoxy, covering the dried epoxy and your item. When it dries, you will have your item fully encased in clear epoxy, and you won't have to use fishing line to suspend it.
Two part epoxy is exactly what you need. The best part about it is that wet epoxy dries completely clear and without a seem, to dried epoxy. This way you don't have to suspend your item with a piece of fishing line. For example you could make an open top box with cut acrylic sheets. Fill the box 1/3 the way up with the epoxy and allow it to dry. Take your item and put it on top of the dried epoxy inside the box. Fill the box the rest of the way up with the wet epoxy, and allow it to dry. You would then have your item suspended in the clear epoxy.
WD40 also works very well for taking adhesive off of items. Probably not best for skin, but it works great on household items. You just spray a little bit onto a paper towel, and then scrub. Great instructables.
What if- you made the second half of the mold just like you made the first half, but instead of taking out the cork from the first half, you leave it in. You microwave the glue pieces in the second half, and then place the cold first half on top of the melted second half, allowing the card edges to rest on each other and the cork to submerge into the melted glue. This might give you better detail on your negative and a smoother separation seem.-just a thought.
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