wow.....i was previously unaware that the united kingdom is located on the north american continant.BillR said:You should be able to come up with the raw materials somewhere here:
DFI Daishi said:wow.....i was previously unaware that the united kingdom is located on the north american continant.
Oh gesh... now I have to start worrying about my metal's pedigree and heraldry too?Cathar said:Titanium is actually dramatically more noble than copper.
my bad. at first i thought that you had failed to notice his location, since all of the locations that i saw on that site were in the US or canada.BillR said:It's not, thank God, but a friend of mine in the UK did buy some materials from a few of those companies, none are protected by embargo.
Sorry I tried to help, I won't make that mistake again
zerex racing super coolant. it's made by valvoline. i am waiting on a backorder of some for myself.Postal Dude said:cathar... can u gimme an example of corrosion inhibitor?
not very easy. you might want to see if one of the welding guys where your dad works would be willing to do the work for a case of beer, or the like.Postal Dude said:How easy is it to weld Stainless steel?
you really want a cold plate to be made out of something will good thermal conductivity, otherwise not all of the cooling of the peltier is making it into the water. there is a very good reason why decent to good quality stainless steel pots and pans have a plate of alumium or something else with good thermal conductivity attached to the bottom.Postal Dude said:Daishi: If The steel is thin enough it will jus act as a cold plate between my pelt and water right? am gonna set somethin up like this (i think)