Very Cool Phil . Kurt
Thank you, Kurt!
Nice setup, Phil.
Thank you, Chris!
I did covered the tank with a plastic bag and tied a strap to seal it from the air. It's hot and dry, so a feel moisture shouldn't affect much... I hope!
Thanks for the etching details!!! I'll keep a close eye on the matter.
I'm working on a tumbler, and hope to have it up and running soon. What is the recommended R.P.M's. for the tumbler!?
During the 2.75 hr. test run, the temp stayed below 75 degrees.
I'll be looking into the masking wax.
I'm already looking for some chain!!!
Concerning the possible etching discussed in my previous post, I just thought of something else. You could reinforce the steel at the solution level by welding strips of steel sheet all around the inside of the tank. I'm thinking strips about 1/8" thick X 1" wide, centered at the solution level.
I'm already planning building another tank in the near future, and that will be considered. When I clean this one, I'll add some strips.
Thanks againg, Chris!
Smack I am totally with you on this. I'm jealous- my welding looks like ratsh*t.....
Practice, practice, practice!!!
I thank you all for your interest and expert advice!!!