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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
Nearly completed dehydrator: the only things we still need to do are drill and screen the ventilation holes and line the bottom with an appropriate solar absorber. Picture taken by [[User:jby5|Justin]]
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Nearly completed dehydrator: the only things we still need to do are drill and screen the ventilation holes and line the bottom with an appropriate solar absorber. Note the wood curlicues present inside the dehydrator body: they are the result of planing a jutting edge of the top board down to match the angle of the side pieces. Picture taken by [[User:jby5|Justin]]
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== Licensing ==
 
== Licensing ==
 
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Latest revision as of 02:40, 11 May 2014

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Nearly completed dehydrator: the only things we still need to do are drill and screen the ventilation holes and line the bottom with an appropriate solar absorber. Note the wood curlicues present inside the dehydrator body: they are the result of planing a jutting edge of the top board down to match the angle of the side pieces. Picture taken by Justin

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