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Re: Homebody Handy Hints
« Reply #60 on: March 27, 2018, 08:19:08 pm »
EPOXY WATERFALL RIVER TABLE
WorkshopWoodworking by fixthisbuildthatFollo

In this Instructable I'll show you how to make an Epoxy Waterfall River Table. It was my first time using epoxy and my first time welding, so I had a lot of fun with this one. Hope you enjoy the project!


Article with project details:

http://www.instructables.com/id/Epoxy-Waterfall-River-Table/
El viento sopla de donde quiere, y oyes su sonido; mas ni sabes de dónde viene, ni a dónde va;
así es todo aquel que es nacido del Espíritu. Juan 2:8

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Re: Homebody Handy Hints
« Reply #61 on: April 16, 2018, 06:31:39 pm »
iDscovery Channel's How It's Made 📺 - Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Products

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ACH Foam Technologies, Inc.

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Learn how expanded polystyrene (EPS) products are made by the industry's leading manufacturer, ACH Foam Technologies.  http://www.achfoam.com
El viento sopla de donde quiere, y oyes su sonido; mas ni sabes de dónde viene, ni a dónde va;
así es todo aquel que es nacido del Espíritu. Juan 2:8

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Re: Homebody Handy Hints
« Reply #62 on: July 06, 2019, 06:10:49 pm »
Can we blow off these PEX fittings? Sharkbite vs Viega vs Uponor
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Matt Risinger
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I was wondering the other day how much pressure a PEX fitting might withstand before it pops off, so I had Jordan make me a test rig!  In this video we are testing Sharkbite Push To Connect fittings, Viega fittings, Uponor fittings, and two types of crimped Sharkbite PEX fittings with a rig that goes up to 14,000 psi!  The results sure surprised us.  Enjoy this special Christmas edition of The Build Show!

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Agelbert NOTE: I believe my home water lines are PEX A. I just want to say they are GREAT pipes 👍. My pipes froze one January here in Vermont and they did not burst or leak after they were thawed by a service that did the job the next day. That was over 4 years ago. We still have no leaks. My Manufactured Home is now 19 years old. 8) I have crimp fittings but if I ever have to raplace or modify my pipes, I will use Sharkbite fittings because they are HUGE time savers.


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DIY Microwave Kiln | Fuse Glass in Your Microwave


By ShakeTheFuture in Metalworking

SNIPPET:

In this Instructable, we'll look into way to make a microwave kiln.

For those who don't know what is a microwave kiln, here is a quick introduction.

Microwave kiln is a kiln that you can put in your regular microwave oven.

It does not use a wire heating element or gas to heat up. Microwave kiln is covered with silicon carbide.

Silicon carbide absorbs microwaves and turns them into heat.

Microwave kilns are usually used to fuse glass.

You can turn broken glass into amazing jewelry.

There is so much more that you can do with microwave kilns.

I use a microwave kiln to burn out Wax or Pla from plaster molds. It works very good.

You can also melt metals, but more on that in another Instructable, since there is much better way to do it by using the same principle.

Supplies:

► Sodium Silicate
► Silicon Carbide
► Ceramic Fiber Blanket/Kaowool
► Scale
► Mist Spray Bottle
► Sugru
► Blow torch
► Plaster of Paris or Any other Plaster


Step 1: Making a Plaster Ring

Full Instructions:
https://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Microwave-Kiln-Fuse-Glass-in-Your-Microwave/
El viento sopla de donde quiere, y oyes su sonido; mas ni sabes de dónde viene, ni a dónde va;
así es todo aquel que es nacido del Espíritu. Juan 2:8

 

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