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Ms May xie (Making Foil container machine and Foil rewinder)
Zhangjiagang Auto-well Automation Equipment Co., Ltd
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[✓] 3 position switch: http://amzn.to/2cGZjKL
[✓] Push on/off 1000w dimmer switch: http://amzn.to/2c9gXEm
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Thanks Audible. … Now onto making the “Styro-Slicer”!
This homemade, foam slicer makes 3D puzzles, foam swords, guns, and traces any other styrofoam shape with an incredible amount of precision and control.
Arc Welder: https://goo.gl/ZmccT9
Rocket Rifle: https://goo.gl/cqWcvB
Mini Arc Furnace: https://goo.gl/GOpGs9
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Previous Video: The Hot-Wire “Styro-Slicer”: https://goo.gl/AO7ZaJ
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The electrified wire of the “Styro-Slicer” can reach temperatures well above 1,000ºF, which can cause burns, and potentially start fires. This project should only be attempted with adequate knowledge and training, and under constant adult supervision. Have fun, but always think ahead, and remember that any project you try is at YOUR OWN RISK.
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Project Inspired By:
Wire foam cutting machines for sale on the internet, but too pricy to actually consider paying for.
Project History & More Info:
This is the final video on the Styro-Slicer itself.
A lot of people have been asking why I made 2 Quick Clips, and 2 Projects for this one system. And I’m happy to explain.
The first Quick Clip was to introduce the styro-slicer, and show what it could do. It introduced the concept that it exists, that it could make styrofoam swords, guns, and airplanes, and that it compacts back together for storage.
The project video that followed (https://goo.gl/AO7ZaJ) was a fully produced tutorial of how to use it. It showed all of it’s different features and operation, and took over 5 minutes to demonstrate. So that required a video of its own.
The 2nd Quick Clip was to preview the styro-slicer tutorial, and I put enough information in there that savvy viewers could figure out how to build it before the tutorial. And apparently some people did.
This video is the final installment, showing step by step how to make the styro-slicer. Also with this tutorial being 3-4 times longer than regular videos, it takes 3-4 times longer to produce, and since I try to put out a video posted randomly, the Quick Clips gave me a chance to show the project, and just enough breathing room to get the tutorial produced and released.
This video is all about making the Styro-Slicer, but doesn’t get into great detail about how to use it.
Although the build is fairly simple, there is a sizable materials list and the video can seem quite technical. But I promise that if you take it one step at a time, you’ll get it finished.
I made 3 previous prototypes of this model. Each one giving me new experience and insight into what I wanted the finished product to be able to do.
The ultimate success came when the design for compact storage actually worked out, and the assembly could compact together for quick storage. I am still very excited and proud about that feature
I took a lot of inspiration from different pictures on Google image searches, of professional foam cutting machines. I was inspired by different features, like cutting at angles, and adjusting the temperatures, and wanted to replicate those features.
My first prototype took just over 15 minutes to put together, and used a scrap 2″x4″ piece of wood, a piece of picture hanging wire, and was powered by a transformer I ripped out of an old stereo.
It worked great, but it was also really crude and I didn’t have time to make a nice version for my metal casting videos, so I never did mention it until recently. But I always had intentions to fully develop it.