Tye dyed!!
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  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
OK how thick should I get?  I know the glass place close and they have left overs from other jobs they would cut for me.
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  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
(12-30-2018, 08:34 PM)AnthonyYak Wrote: I won't use this for any food, that's for sure. I don't like being poisoned.

Amen to that!!  The first few batches i stabilized i overheated (not by a lot, but got more force-out than i should have).  Find that i really have to nurse the toaster oven to keep it at 180, and a tweak of the dial takes it to 250.  So...after realizing Curtis' PID was more than i should spend i started looking for a used lab oven with PID controls.  Even that gets salty with shipping.  Yesterday morning i did some looking on a web site where i have "points" to spend (from my real work) and stumbled into the idea of using a smoker, so your post was perfect timing.  No cash needed--so if i find i still need a controller i've got zero invested for a bigger chamber.

Definitely would not use it for food after CJ, plus i don't think i'd use it for blanks after smoking a pork butt--though even dogs would love the pens!!
earl
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#23
  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
I just noticed that it is a miniature turning and have to say WELL done.  Sorry I did not see it before.  I just have to try to make something like that.
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  Re: RE: Tye dyed!! by Arlin Eastman (OK how thick should ...)
(12-31-2018, 12:58 AM)Arlin Eastman Wrote: OK how thick should I get?  I know the glass place close and they have left overs from other jobs they would cut for me.

Mine is 1/2 inch
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  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Qh2mZJMYws
If it don't hold soup, it's ART!!

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  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)


If it don't hold soup, it's ART!!

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#27
  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
Really cool colors on those pieces.
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#28
  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
Very cool outcome.
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#29
  Re: Tye dyed!! by AnthonyYak (And stabilized ...)
Hey Anthony--how long was that soak in the video? Had to have been more than 1:25!

By the way, just bought a Precision Scientific vacuum oven on the auction site. Range of 50 - 200 C, and IF the door seal is still good i'll be able to pull a vacuum when i'm not heating. Will take a week or so to get here, once i get it set up and test a little i'll post some pics.

Thanks,
earl
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  Re: RE: Tye dyed!! by greenacres2 (Hey Anthony--how lon...)
(01-03-2019, 03:29 PM)greenacres2 Wrote: Hey Anthony--how long was that soak in the video?  Had to have been more than 1:25!

By the way, just bought a Precision Scientific vacuum oven on the auction site.  Range of 50 - 200 C, and IF the door seal is still good i'll be able to pull a vacuum when i'm not heating.  Will take a week or so to get here, once i get it set up and test a little i'll post some pics.

Thanks,
earl

Time lapse yes, wasn't long maybe 20 minutes
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