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#31 Lior

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Posted 31 October 2007 - 10:33 PM

Oh! Sounds good. I need 220V, but perhaps I can find it on ebay. I asume yours is 110? I didn't post anything about my course because there is a thread on it and I did not want to repeat or bore... And my photography is not too great. But I will be happy to post if you still want.
Thanks for the info!

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#32 Kerry Beal

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 03:59 AM

Oh! Sounds good. I need 220V, but perhaps I can find it on ebay. I asume yours is 110? I didn't post anything about my course because there is a thread on it and I did not want to repeat or bore... And my photography is not too great. But I will be happy to post if you still want.
Thanks for the info!

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I'd love it if you'd post about your Wybauw experience. There are always new things to learn.

#33 Nyago123

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 12:48 PM

Oh! Sounds good. I need 220V, but perhaps I can find it on ebay. I asume yours is 110? I didn't post anything about my course because there is a thread on it and I did not want to repeat or bore... And my photography is not too great. But I will be happy to post if you still want.
Thanks for the info!

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Ah, yes, mine is 110V... didn't think about that. But I hope you can find it. The compressor does make a little putt-putt noise, but nothing so bad that I'd be afraid to use it late at night even in an apartment complex. A big compressor is liable to be loud.

Of course, I learned that even with a "work box" to do the spraying in, it's probably better to do it outdoors. A fine mist of cocoa butter & white chocolate floated through the air as I was working. :rolleyes:

Thanks for posting your Wybauw pictures. I even learned something about the dipping fork from it. :biggrin:

#34 Lior

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 01:11 PM

Ok, thanks for the airbrush info. Perhaps thru ebay UK I can find 220V. I amglad you like the pics from my course-thanks!

#35 John DePaula

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 01:31 PM

Oh! Sounds good. I need 220V, but perhaps I can find it on ebay. I asume yours is 110? I didn't post anything about my course because there is a thread on it and I did not want to repeat or bore... And my photography is not too great. But I will be happy to post if you still want.
Thanks for the info!

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Ah, yes, mine is 110V... didn't think about that. But I hope you can find it. The compressor does make a little putt-putt noise, but nothing so bad that I'd be afraid to use it late at night even in an apartment complex. A big compressor is liable to be loud.

Of course, I learned that even with a "work box" to do the spraying in, it's probably better to do it outdoors. A fine mist of cocoa butter & white chocolate floated through the air as I was working. :rolleyes:

Thanks for posting your Wybauw pictures. I even learned something about the dipping fork from it. :biggrin:

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And as Kerry said on another thread, that cocoa butter mist is probably not something you want in your lungs.
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#36 Lior

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Posted 01 November 2007 - 01:57 PM

Hmmm good point. I guess a breathing mask would help?





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