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$275 DIY Rosin Plates, PID Controller, and Press

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself' started by Greengenes707, Mar 16, 2017.

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    TokeTokerson

    TokeTokerson Member

    Really well put together guide. You make it easy for the person with no wiring knowledge to put this together. One problem I ran into with this is that for the 3x5" plates you have listed, the floor mounting flange is way to big to fit 3" plates. I'm going to be finding a 2 3/4" piece of aluminum pipe and welding it to the top, unless someone has a better idea/or easier. Thanks for the time you took to put this together for us!
     
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    Greengenes707

    Greengenes707 Well-Known Member

    2 out of the 4 holes on the flange are plenty of using smaller plates. There is not much force on the flange/mounting at all. The key is to fit the ram. After that, it just needs to be able to take some screws.
     
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    TokeTokerson

    TokeTokerson Member

    Haha thanks! I think I may have smoked a bit too much, as I started looking for a flange with only two holes, and didn't even think about only using two on the floor flange. I'll post some pictures of the press and some squishes after I pick up some sift, and rosin bags.
     
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    CheebaKief

    CheebaKief New Member

    Can anyone tell me what size rosin bag is best for an oz?
     
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    DudebeDoobie

    DudebeDoobie Active Member

    How well does this rosin work in a pen like the puffco pro?
    What about shelflife of the rosin?
     
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    Greengenes707

    Greengenes707 Well-Known Member

    I used a 3"x8' bag in the video a page back.
    After compacting/pre-pressing, it took up about 3x5" of the bag and fit my 6"x6" plates.
    Yes, any kind of pen with a coil and chamber to drop your own in. Rosin won't go into "cartridges" like you ge tat the clubs, without more processes/cutting.

    Shelf life will vary. Flower rosin is not as stable as other extracts.
     
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    DudebeDoobie

    DudebeDoobie Active Member

    Thank you for the reply.
     
    Last edited: Oct 17, 2017 at 8:32 AM

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