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#1 pandamonium2112

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 03:48 PM

I made these from stuff being thrown out. I turned them into paint stirring devices.

The Betty Crocker  one i've had for a while (It's an old egg whipper), it doesn't turn as fast as the other.

The Silver one is an old electric razor. It has a very high rpm.

 

I just cut some spur, drilled the appropriate hole in each end. Betty Crocker, i took a piece of clothes hanger and bent it into a loop, it's a little out of balance.

The razor, i can't remember where i found the loop for that, it was just on my desk one day so i stuck it in there.

 

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Betty Crocker work for thick paint.

 

This one is better for Airbrush mixing, doesn't want to splash as much.

 

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Just another redneck gadget that did cost a thing...LOL


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Posted 15 December 2012 - 04:56 PM

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Posted 15 December 2012 - 05:17 PM

I made these from stuff being thrown out. I turned them into paint stirring devices.

The Betty Crocker  one i've had for a while (It's an old egg whipper), it doesn't turn as fast as the other.

The Silver one is an old electric razor. It has a very high rpm.

 

I just cut some spur, drilled the appropriate hole in each end. Betty Crocker, i took a piece of clothes hanger and bent it into a loop, it's a little out of balance.

The razor, i can't remember where i found the loop for that, it was just on my desk one day so i stuck it in there.

 

P1050243-vi.jpg

 

Betty Crocker work for thick paint.

 

This one is better for Airbrush mixing, doesn't want to splash as much.

 

P1050245-vi.jpg

 

Just another redneck gadget that did cost a thing...LOL

Those are the best kind