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#161 Faust

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Posted 18 April 2014 - 03:27 AM

Man, that's nice work! 

 

Interesting about the Future, too. I've never notice it yellow, and I hope I don't because I use it on everything! Hmm... Good to know about letting it set up, though. I will definitely take that to heart!

 

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Posted 18 April 2014 - 03:40 AM

The reason I noticed it because it was used over Krylon White, which is a REALLY bright white. I had put the body in the dehydrator immediately after I airbrushed the Future, and after letting it sit in there for maybe an hour, I noticed that the white had a slight yellowish tinge to it.

 

I stripped it to start over, and sure enough the nice bright white returned. It came to mind that maybe I should let things sit for a spell before putting it in, and the next time it came out fine.


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Posted 19 April 2014 - 01:50 AM

Good call, my friend, good call!

 

I will definitely do that, especialy since I have a few T/A's that have to be white!

 

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Posted 19 April 2014 - 01:15 PM

Okay, I was looking for a dehydrator at Walmart today, and all they had was the 240W Salton one.

 

Anyone ever use this thing? is it any good, or should I take it back.

It was $50, which doesn't sound like much to some people, but it's not inconsequential, either. 

 

I don't like that the trays are shallow, I can tell you. I'll have to get creative there, if I choose to go with this model.

 

Any feedback would be appreciated!



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Posted 19 April 2014 - 04:34 PM

Okay, I was looking for a dehydrator at Walmart today, and all they had was the 240W Salton one.

 

Anyone ever use this thing? is it any good, or should I take it back.

It was $50, which doesn't sound like much to some people, but it's not inconsequential, either. 

 

I don't like that the trays are shallow, I can tell you. I'll have to get creative there, if I choose to go with this model.

 

Any feedback would be appreciated!

Most, or rather all, food dehydrators have shallow trays. I just cut the centers out of a few to use the outer rings as spacers. If you get stuck with something that isn't adjustable and is too hot, wire it into a dimmer switch. be creative.

 

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Posted 05 September 2014 - 04:30 PM

Does the ronco seem to be the go-to here
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Posted 22 October 2014 - 05:37 AM

HI GUYS,

NOT SURE IF THIS IS A DUMB QUESTION, WILL THESE WORK TO DRY MODEL GLUE? LIKE IF YOU WERE LAMINATING SHEET STYRENE?

 

THANKS