Please post a pick to the seller!My last acquisition was a ultrasonic amplifier used to record the comunication between bats. It cost me 39 bucks while if you buy an ultrasonic amplifier to detect leaks in a vacuum bag from a composite specialist it will cost you between 200 and 400 cheapest.
Ask around; you are in Georgia and I grew up there, so I know that there is money - tax free money - to be made by manufacturing a good, high quality, high proof alcohol. Start with corn and sugar.I'm guessing rubbing alcohol in bulk from some chemical supply shop, soap, fragrance, sodium laureth sulfate, and some homemade recipe off the internet. Any insights on something with secret excellent hand sanitizing properties?
For $6000 you could get a pretty nice U/L. I almost pulled the trigger on a CGS Hawk for that amount a couple of years ago but I wanted a 2 seater. I think it's still available near Florence , S.C.I know to avoid spraying bleach on anything organic... it turns into some dangerous neurotoxin that doesn't degrade in the environment. Sprayed on roofing shingles it will kill moss, but... 20 years later when you're still walking on that ground with your bare feet. :-/ Just recently I saw an article on PFAS, which are some toxic floride product that comes off of non-stick pots and pans, carpets, etc that also ends up in your body, is toxic, and never degrades. I would not spray gasoline on anything, because I don't want that in the ground water. I try to dump mine onto a log I know will eventually get burned, but it probably gets absorbed, and then evaporates before that happens. Maybe in the air is better because it gets aerosolized, disbersed, and comes down in the rain again... but still... will end up in the drinking water. Best it gets combusted somehow.
My shop is unused, I'm wondering if I should start a hand sanitizer production company like Shindler's Pots and Pans manufacturing plant, to fund my airplane dreams. I got $3000 and another $3000 on the way in the next 3 months, I was going to put towards an airplane. I'm guessing rubbing alcohol in bulk from some chemical supply shop, soap, fragrance, sodium laureth sulfate, and some homemade recipe off the internet. Any insights on something with secret excellent hand sanitizing properties? Gritty sand like in Lava soap?
I think I read that heating it will introduce (invisible) stress risers. Heating edges to smooth them is not recommended. So I don't think that making holes with heat is a good idea either. Use drill bits that "scrape" rather than cut their way through the plexiglass -- like step drills, the above drill set or homemade ones. I simply ground the flutes to make them look like a step drill. A drill that cuts - digs in - and forces the sides of the hole apart is what causes cracks.Stop trying to drill holes in Plexiglass. Melt them with a soldering iron. I've cracked many a piece when drilling and yes, I do use the recommended modified drill bits. Haven't cracked one since I started melting them. You'll have to deburr them of course.
Yo Chops, keep that money for an airplane. There's going to be some incredible bargains here pretty soon, I'm sorry to say. Six grand may buy you a very good, safe, reliable LSA or UL style airplane that you can get a lot of use out of. They already keel-hauled some guy in TN for buying up 17,000 hand sanitizers and trying to be a little too much of a textbook American capitalist. So if you start up a bootleg sanitizer operation you may get painted with that same brush.I got $3000 and another $3000 on the way in the next 3 months, I was going to put towards an airplane.