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SCRAP Humboldt solar wax melter with 3D printed molds

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| File:Photo 0.jpg | With safety attire on (dust mask) begin sanding with coarse sand paper (We started with 60 grit)
| File:Bindertapingskewers.jpeg | Cut skewers to about 6" and tape to zipper hinges. | File:Bindercapspots.jpg | Glue bottle caps in desired locations on the bottom panel of the binder to create pegs to hold the skewers.
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|||3| Optional Book Light. {{#widget:YouTube|id=LM12jHDBI7M}}
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| File:Binderlightback.jpg | To attach book light poke a tiny hole in the center of the back of the top binder panel. This will be where the book light will be inserted as shown in the image above. | File:Binderlightfront.jpg | Tape the book light to an unwound champagne cork wire and insert the free end of the wire into the hole. The wire may need to be bent around the binder or glued in place to stabilize it.
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|||4| Attaching the Book.
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| File:Binderplacebookonrings.jpeg | Open the velcro and let the book rest on the velcro and the rings. Adjust the velcro so that it holds the edges of the book. | File:Binderclosevelcro.jpeg | Close the velcro on all but a few of the pages that you intend to read. | File:Binderclippingpages.jpeg | Use paper clips to hold the free pages to the rest of the book if necessary.
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