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Forum: Studio 2012-08-13, 9:42am
Replies: 16
Views: 13,162
Posted By Armstrong
Well I did it. Went back to ikea and bought the...

Well I did it. Went back to ikea and bought the cubie shelves that I wanted for my studio. I'm pretty giddy!

-Ana
Forum: Studio 2012-07-27, 8:50am
Replies: 16
Views: 13,162
Posted By Armstrong
open glass storage?

My glass storage is the square fencing material, inside two cabinets. I originally wanted my glass enclosed because I was in a basement and I wanted to keep out dust and the bugs who I won't mention...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2012-01-31, 1:34pm
Replies: 30
Views: 3,813
Posted By Armstrong
Becky- Oh my gosh, I so relate to this! I don't...

Becky- Oh my gosh, I so relate to this! I don't have kids at home now, but I still feel guilty about heading out to the studio when there's housework to be done, and it seems like there's ALWAYS...
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2012-01-18, 11:19am
Replies: 10
Views: 2,169
Posted By Armstrong
I'll be trying this myself this year. My grandma...

I'll be trying this myself this year. My grandma died last August and my sister wanted me to make something for her. Then my cousins heard, and now everyone wants something. At that time I was...
Forum: Studio 2011-11-23, 9:37am
Replies: 5
Views: 819
Posted By Armstrong
This comfort furnace supposedly can heat up to...

This comfort furnace supposedly can heat up to 1,000 square foot area, which obviously works very well in my less than 200 square foot area :).

It was pretty expensive, but the 60 days to try it...
Forum: Studio 2011-11-22, 3:31pm
Replies: 5
Views: 819
Posted By Armstrong
infrared heater - revisited

Hi-
I couldn't decide where this thread should go, so here we are.

I posted in the bathroom last week about infrared heaters, asking for reviews. Well, I ended up purchasing one because I have...
Forum: Safety 2011-11-08, 9:53am
Replies: 4
Views: 1,129
Posted By Armstrong
It's impossible to find anyone that carries this...

It's impossible to find anyone that carries this stuff, it all has to be ordered. The big box stores around here only carry up to eight inches, and even that is pushing it. No one has the louvered...
Forum: Safety 2011-11-07, 11:23am
Replies: 4
Views: 1,129
Posted By Armstrong
Question ventilation covers? Louvers?

I hope to be installing the new fan and in-take air ducting this weekend. Is it ok to use the louvered vents for the exhaust air? So that it would be "closed" when not in use? Or would that add...
Forum: Studio 2011-10-26, 10:01am
Replies: 4
Views: 956
Posted By Armstrong
Hi Lorraine- Thank you! The pictures of her...

Hi Lorraine- Thank you! The pictures of her garden are gorgeous! I wanted to post a pic of my studio for you guys, but it's too big to upload and I've forgotten how to fiddle with the size.
...
Forum: Studio 2011-10-26, 6:32am
Replies: 4
Views: 956
Posted By Armstrong
Question Fan outside studio?

Hi-
I received my new fan yesterday, wow, it is certainly louder than the one I had in the glasscraft hood! (which was inadequate, hence the new fan).

My new studio is in a shed in my back yard....
Forum: Studio 2011-07-29, 8:37am
Replies: 3
Views: 1,108
Posted By Armstrong
adequate power supply

So I'm looking at building a studio out in the second floor of my carriage house, getting estimates on electricity, framing out walls and insulating, adding a couple windows, etc.

The first two...
Forum: Safety 2011-07-27, 10:51am
Replies: 1
Views: 1,417
Posted By Armstrong
Question plumbing propane to 2nd floor

Hi all-
I am looking into the possibility of creating a studio on the second floor of my carriage house.

My current set up is in my basement, hooked up to the natural gas. I'm still at the...
Forum: Safety 2011-07-26, 1:33pm
Replies: 16
Views: 4,501
Posted By Armstrong
Hi Larry- Could you post a pic of your set-up? ...

Hi Larry-
Could you post a pic of your set-up?

thanks-
Ana
Forum: Studio 2010-04-21, 8:30am
Replies: 7
Views: 796
Posted By Armstrong
I have a Paragon caldera, Love it!

I have a Paragon caldera, Love it!
Forum: Tips, Techniques, and Questions 2010-03-08, 10:36am
Replies: 153
Views: 29,998
Posted By Armstrong
Oh my gosh, thank you! :biggrin: I am...

Oh my gosh, thank you! :biggrin:

I am LOVING this thread!

-Ana
Forum: Studio 2010-03-05, 1:32pm
Replies: 21
Views: 2,502
Posted By Armstrong
What size / brand fan is that? Is it 10"? ...

What size / brand fan is that? Is it 10"?

thanks-
Ana
Forum: Safety 2010-03-01, 12:47pm
Replies: 30
Views: 5,770
Posted By Armstrong
Are there any similar dangers to soldering...

Are there any similar dangers to soldering silver? I was just thinking the other day about the fact that there is no ventilation at the art institute where I had taken classes. Would there be any...
Forum: Safety 2010-02-25, 11:42am
Replies: 9
Views: 2,139
Posted By Armstrong
Hi Hayley- Yea, I saw that it looks like a...

Hi Hayley-
Yea, I saw that it looks like a wheel, but it will be behind my hood, so I think it should be ok. I may have to add a few inches of 10" duct to give it clearance from the wall around the...
Forum: Safety 2010-02-25, 11:22am
Replies: 9
Views: 2,139
Posted By Armstrong
10" 781 cfm can fan on sale

Hi-
In case anyone is interested, I've found this on sale for $221.81 on bghydro.com.

-Ana
Forum: Safety 2010-02-25, 10:17am
Replies: 11
Views: 1,951
Posted By Armstrong
Hi PJ- Yes, my outgoing duct is a 10" duct...

Hi PJ-
Yes, my outgoing duct is a 10" duct sealed into a board that covers the whole window. There is a screen on the outside, so stuff can't crawl into the duct. But to close it off on the...
Forum: Safety 2010-02-24, 1:48pm
Replies: 11
Views: 1,951
Posted By Armstrong
Ok, one more (stupid) question on the incoming...

Ok, one more (stupid) question on the incoming and outgoing ducts. How does one usually close them off when not in use? I currently have a pillow stuffed up in the outgoing vent, until I come up...
Forum: Safety 2010-02-24, 9:54am
Replies: 11
Views: 1,951
Posted By Armstrong
Thanks Linda. Let's say I try ducting up the...

Thanks Linda. Let's say I try ducting up the back of the table. Would there be any benefit to having the duct come above the table surface? Maybe open at a 45 degree angle from the table? (like I...
Forum: Safety 2010-02-23, 2:04pm
Replies: 11
Views: 1,951
Posted By Armstrong
question on ducting make-up air

Ok, I'm looking around to upgrade the current fan in the glasscraft hood. That shouldn't be a problem. I'm thinking the CAN fans look good, since I currently duct directly out the backside of the...
Forum: Safety 2010-02-19, 7:13am
Replies: 25
Views: 6,681
Posted By Armstrong
Thanks all. Yes, it passes the smoke test, but I...

Thanks all. Yes, it passes the smoke test, but I was wondering how, since everyone else seemed to have issues.

Now I haven't tried smoke in other parts of the room, just at different points...
Forum: Safety 2010-02-18, 10:50am
Replies: 25
Views: 6,681
Posted By Armstrong
Question glasscraft hood, original fan?

Does anyone actually use the glasscraft hood as it is with the original fan or does everyone replace the fan?

I'm just getting the studio set up after moving, many months away from the torch. We...
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