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Very interesting. Is there any way to make a muon scanner? I mean to get some sort of image of what is inside a large object (like a mountain or a volcano).
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Nice project. Just one comment. DEF fluid is not harmful to plants. it's only 32.5% urea and 67.5% water.
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Nice instructable!I get the part that shows how to use the flower pot to force its shape into the heated clear plastic beverage container. That will not produce the conical shape shown in the finished product picture.I suppose that such conical shape is obtained in what you call a "2nd stage draw."Now, regarding that 2nd stage, your advice is not to drill a hole and then apply heat. You wrote that you "actually threaded the fitting on and used that to do a 2nd stage draw out of the bottom." How do you do use the bulkhead fitting to force the conical shape to the container without drilling the hole and setting the fitting first?
I wonder what is the melting point of this particular deodorant formula. I live at a place that has summer temperatures as high as 110-115ºF (43.3-46.1ºC). Coconut oil melts at 76ºF (24ºC). What ingredient could replace coconut oil in this case?
For what I can see, it's just regular dish soap.
The first picture of step 5 shows the outer part of the mold and some sort of shiny metal-like substance. What is it? Now, I suppose you also need another mold for the inner part of the cup, right?
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