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post #31 of 38

Thanks for the clarification guys. ^^^

post #32 of 38

You gonna try it?   C'mon, you know you want to.

post #33 of 38
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You gonna try it?   C'mon, you know you want to.


If I put a giant one in my hot box my whole shop might explode! :beercheer:

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Originally Posted by cantunamunch View Post
 

You gonna try it?   C'mon, you know you want to.


If I put a giant one in my hot box my whole shop might explode! :beercheer:

 

I think you're actually right, there might be a risk of flammable vapours with straight HC wax.   If I do it I'll probably do it with a PFPE like Zardoz.

post #35 of 38
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cantunamunch View Post
 

You gonna try it?   C'mon, you know you want to.


If I put a giant one in my hot box my whole shop might explode! :beercheer:

 

I think you're actually right, there might be a risk of flammable vapours with straight HC wax.   If I do it I'll probably do it with a PFPE like Zardoz.


Hmmm....the 1500 watts of glowing orange heating elements has not caused any vapor explosions yet!   I'll stay where I am with that!   At 158 to 150 F there are plenty of vapors in the box. 

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Originally Posted by Jacques View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by cantunamunch View Post
 

You gonna try it?   C'mon, you know you want to.


If I put a giant one in my hot box my whole shop might explode! :beercheer:

 

I think you're actually right, there might be a risk of flammable vapours with straight HC wax.   If I do it I'll probably do it with a PFPE like Zardoz.


Hmmm....the 1500 watts of glowing orange heating elements has not caused any vapor explosions yet!   I'll stay where I am with that!   At 158 to 150 F there are plenty of vapors in the box. 

 

Hmmm...need to find a hot boxer wackier than Jacques.     This is going to take a while....  ;):eek

post #37 of 38
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Originally Posted by Jacques View Post
 
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Originally Posted by cantunamunch View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jacques View Post
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by cantunamunch View Post
 

You gonna try it?   C'mon, you know you want to.


If I put a giant one in my hot box my whole shop might explode! :beercheer:

 

I think you're actually right, there might be a risk of flammable vapours with straight HC wax.   If I do it I'll probably do it with a PFPE like Zardoz.


Hmmm....the 1500 watts of glowing orange heating elements has not caused any vapor explosions yet!   I'll stay where I am with that!   At 158 to 150 F there are plenty of vapors in the box. 

 

Hmmm...need to find a hot boxer wackier than Jacques.     This is going to take a while....  ;):eek


Yes, that may take you some time indeed!   Now Back to more steel scraping, steel and brass brushing for final preparation.  Later.

post #38 of 38
Try artificial wine cork, softer rather than firmer. I use them to keep my diamond stones clean when I am on a trip
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