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I would love to see pictures of the build process and final product.
3D-Printed Electric Hand Mixer
If you end up trying it I would love to hear the results.
Following this instructable isn't even possible anymore. The first product - Autodesk Remake - isn't available. I tried to use the latest software - Autodesk ReCap Pro - but their free trial software doesn't work, you have to pay to try it.
I don't think there are seed crystals stuck in the disc, instead flexing the disc somehow creates sites for seed crystals to form. When I have a stubborn disc I flex and twist the disc rather than clicking it and that usually works. I try and not deform the disc but I do flex/twist it up to the point of deforming it.
I had read an article where they used paper bags stapled around the stems, so I figured I would try plastic bags (spraying was a pain and I had a bee-hive right next to it that I didn't want to affect). I thought I put them on early enough, but by the end of season most apples had a worm exit hole that went straight through the bag. Had I seen only 20% of the apples having issues I would have done it again, but I saw near 80%+ apples having worm holes. It was was a giant pain to apply the bags, and to get that much damage I haven't tried it since. Maybe I should try again.
One other possibility is I think I used ziplock freezer bags. Maybe the thicker bag left enough opening around the stem for them to get through?
I have tried this before and it didn't work. It didn't prevent codling moth worms from getting into the apples.
A couple of questions. Does the inner conducting plate need to be a tube or can it be a rod? Does the diameter of tube matter? Could this be scaled down so it is significantly thinner/smaller?
Thanks for the suggestion on the steamer. I have a rice cooker I could try that with.For the padded bag I was using a mylar bag outer bag to reflect the heat back. The hole in the middle was to direct the heat toward my body. If I fully enclosed it then I didn't feel the heat at all.My biggest problem these days is the vinyl bag. Vinyl is cheap and available but their seams usually fail after a few months.
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