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Thyri Gullinvargr wrote:Just out of curiosity, how many trays can you get out of a roll? I don't know how big the trays are although I know the roll is 4' x 100'.
paul wheaton wrote:Below was my first thought. I could make a wood thing that would stamp this shape into the ground and then I could pour the liquid glass into it.
Rob Griffin wrote:Wow, $825 for a roll of the screen.
Rob Griffin wrote:Where did they buy the screen from, as all I have seen online is real expensive?
Davin Hoyt wrote:When I finish typing this, I will cut some apples and lay them out inside the cabinet as the first test.
Rob Griffin wrote:If Tim is still there ask him
Rob Griffin wrote:Seems like glass is even more dangerous having it hang over for the time being.
Rob Griffin wrote:Either Jim or I are delusional...
Rob Griffin wrote:1. How deep was the well on Dance with Pigs? We drilled 40 ft up there last year at the ghetto ATC and did not get water. I thought those pitcher pumps are only good for 20 or so feet.
Rob Griffin wrote:2. I am assuming you left the plastic sheets long on the dehydrator for weather protection, right? Or are they going to be trimmed up to reduce the hazard of someone walking into them in the dark? Why did you not double pane them?
Rob Griffin wrote:3. What is the max internal temp you have seen in the dehydrator? Get to 140 F to allow doing jerky?
Rob Griffin wrote:4. I am assuming that is stainless steel mesh in the dehydrator, did they finish trays from the ghetto ATC dehydrator from last year? Where did they buy the screen from, as all I have seen online is real expensive?
Rob Griffin wrote:5. Just curious what is the bottom line dollar amount to build that dehydrator? We may have had 3 dollars in the ghetto one from last year (not counting screens) as we scrounged everything from the scrap piles around there, except the foam insulation between the two layers of glass, and a glass cutter which we bought.
Julia Winter wrote:Wow. Thanks Davin and thanks Erica!