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Old 23rd April, 2002, 05:39 AM
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60 to 92mm fan converter-

I went to the shop tonight with the hope to make a 60 to 92mm fan converter- out of some flashing that i had laying around- well- i couldnt find it! so i went into the back of the shop and saw a cone that fits over the security security lights i had- ( the alluminum cone that fits over the bulb on outside fictures)- and cut it until a 92mm fan fit on the top- and a 60mm fit on the bottom- unfortunatly i was writing up a SHORT guide- but somehow it all disaperd- but now i can leave my system on at night to fold w/ 40c temp's-
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Old 23rd April, 2002, 05:44 AM
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Heres a little paint thing-
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Sounds COOL . . .

I was just thinking of going to town tommarrow to purchase supplies for a bong. I'm not sure if I want to do this though, I have no AC and god knows a bong has to increase the humidity.

I want to build a little comb shaped thing out of 1/2" copper pipe T's and elbows, and drill holes in the pipes, and drape strips of cotton fabric(stitch loops in the end of the fabric) off of it. That way the water trickles down the cotton fabric, and the fabric increases the water to air surface contact. See what I mean? Instead of using a round pipe, I'd make a rectangular tube out of some aluminum at work and tig weld two corners and bend the other two corners 90 degrees in the sheet metal break.
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Kewl! I like the idea- do what holst is doing- rap wire around it and soilder it to it- i should help heat disapations-
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