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Discussion in 'Modder's Accessories' started by jim532, Sep 9, 2013.
Yeah, that's what I meant in the other thread when I said they stay clean
I have to say I did wonder about that, what with the ridges and all
Is that the first step for this thread to plunge into entendre?
I'm working on it you can't talk about drip tips and not have it slide into a pile of smut and filth (just how I like it )
NON STICK ...........mmmmmmmmmmm must fit some of these on the wife's Viva Novas, as things that she has been sucking on always end up looking the worse for wear
Ah but the toggles on my Anorak are SPECIAL
No takers for a competition. So looks like those tips will go the same way as every reject has. They get dropped into someone's package as spares.
When I make a few tips, they go through the soapy water wash, the rinse, o-ring fitting, then tested for good fit + any imperfections under magnification. I reject about 1 in 10. A bad day could see 2 rejects.
I often thought that Teflon will be like metal. Scrap can be weighed in & melted down. Like most, I wouldn't have a clue where to take it + I don't anticipate ever having a cwt of reject Teflon
Ptfe cannot be easily recycled as once it formed that's it.......needs to be reduced to micro particles to be re-used.......useless scrap of info for anoraks ! LOL
Do you still do drip tips?
Jim moved house and is the process of building another workshop
He's not been around for a long time.. hopefully he'll be back soon.