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    Been Over a Year!!!!

    Just looking at some dates on the board and this Thread has been stagnet for over a year!!!

    What do ya all say about doing a work shop ????

    Lets get some input .

    Lets post up some ideas. Once we get ideas and pin it down to a specific item, I will head up the workshop, I will provide the space (if enough are interested, maybe I can swindle OBD into opening their back door)

    We should probably set it up for mid to late Jan. So the holidays are behind us. This will also give some time to get the word out.

    OK Lets see some of your thoughts.
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    dont know if this has been done, but I would like (from acrylic):

    1. probe holders
    2. lookdown box (possible deep enough to take pics from top)
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    Adding to this, maybe an Acrylic Work 101. Simple projects like probe hoilders, lookdown box, frag rack, Sock holders, fish trap, (Hey Dave I still have your fish trap) maybe a simple reactor.. If we got people to commit we could order a 5 gallon bucket of Weld On 3 and a bunch of squeeze bottles with needles and everyone who registered for the workshop would get a bottle of solvent to take home and play with. You could show how to make a basic scraper for cleaning up edges of acrylic after cutting, I can bring my Band Saw, it would be fun and educational.


    Quote Originally Posted by NC2WA View Post
    dont know if this has been done, but I would like (from acrylic):

    1. probe holders
    2. lookdown box (possible deep enough to take pics from top)
    Glass, water, and fish..
    all else is extraneous

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    Great choices Kirk.

    Simple, easy, cheap, useful

    Lets get some more people
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    Yea were up for it. We could cut all the project parts and have every come into the shop and do the assembly their. Bring something warm though Matt is still frozen solid to the back door, lol


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    Acrylic accessories sounds great!

    I'd be happy to bring something 'warm', as long as participants are over 21! Then again, maybe save that for afterwards!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duffer View Post
    Acrylic accessories sounds great!

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    I was thinking something similar to the avast porthole device that attaches to a camera's lens that allows you to take top down pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfinn View Post
    I was thinking something similar to the avast porthole device that attaches to a camera's lens that allows you to take top down pictures
    Oh yeah, one of those would be cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfinn View Post
    I was thinking something similar to the avast porthole device that attaches to a camera's lens that allows you to take top down pictures
    We may have a winner here folks.
    Doing some research as you read.

    Need someone to come up with a DSLR lens so we can make a couple of protos.
    Want to keep the price down as low as possible.
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    I was thinking about the workshops a few weeks ago, this is a good thing to revive!

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    Come on people !!!!

    134 people have viewed this post and we have 2 maybe 3 suggestions ????

    Dont be afraid to speak up

    We need more ideas!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peppie View Post
    Come on people !!!!

    134 people have viewed this post and we have 2 maybe 3 suggestions ????

    Dont be afraid to speak up

    We need more ideas!!!!!
    How about drilling glass?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kpiotrowski View Post
    How about drilling glass?
    That is one class I will NOT be in charge of!!!!
    But they say "3rd times the charm"
    Ya got something you need a hole in??
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    Are you talking about hands on or a tutorial here in the diy forums?

    What about plumbing an overflow, different types and how each one works

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    Guilted into participation.... A frag rack free standing.

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