Angle of lyne arm
- Harry. you said:
"you can achieve a similar result by angling the
lyne arm at the top of the neck to a 45° angle for about 60cm of
Is it 45° downwards or upwards before going down to the flake stand?
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> Harry. you said:
> "you can achieve a similar result by angling the
> lyne arm at the top of the neck to a 45° angle for about 60cm of
> Is it 45° downwards or upwards before going down to the flake stand?
Anyways, the line arm is angled UP for 60cm, then DOWN to the worm.
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- Thanks Harry,
I am rebuilding my potstill. It's based on a 36L SS urn with two elements - 2Kw and 750w - which have separate power supplies.
My plan is to create a boil-ball topped by a 500mm tapered column - 150mm to 54mm - with a 54mm elbow on top.
Then a 54 to 35mm reducer* with 60cm of 35mm angled upwards at 45° before 35mm elbow + 35 to reducer down to my flake stand.
I am trying to use items which I already possess, such as the 54mm elbow. I would have to buy the 60cm of 35mm, but, I do have a metre or so of 22mm on hand.
* It would be cheaper to reduce 54mm to 22mm at this point and then take 60cm of 22mm upwards at 45°.
Which would you recommend - quality of end product wise?