Philsr

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  1. I like to use "Metro Racking", these are the chrome wire shelf units that can lock to their 1" tube leg at each corner. This allows u to space shelves vertically as u need, and they are sold in 18" to 36" depths and 4, 6 and 8' in length, this makes them very versatile and if u buy wheels for the corner legs, they can easily be relocated even though loaded. They are kind of salty but can be had from used equipment dealers at a savings.
  2. Hello Roger, As I follow your intriging skills and amazing patience, I am recalling similar construction problems. In 1962 employed by HMS Co as a modelmaker we created original car models for the Aurora Co. To reduce air bubbles when pouring silicone or epoxy mix, use a paper drink cup (dixiecup), combine the two components, then put cup and mix into the vacuum chamber. Once the air stops breaking the the surface, remove cup and instead of pouring out over the lip, penetrate the cup wall close to the bottom using a pointed scriber to open as large a hole as needed. This produces the least bubbles in the mix. Thank you for the thorough description as you create your art. Phil
  3. I have an unopened mailer with owners card and PA purple plate, what are these worth? Thanks