Not that I needed them, but I did chuckle at the screw up. It’s in really tiny print so I had to put it under a magnifier to figure out why I couldn’t read it.
hold it in a mirror or look thru from the side without writing and you can read it LOL mine was the same way
!ɘǫnɒɿƚƨ yɿɘv ƨʞool ƚɒʜT
Get a magnifying mirror. Problem solved LOL
Give it to an 11 year old and file a lawsuit
Anyone know where II can get a mixer attachment like this for the Dremel? I would love something longer than what I’m using.
Maybe use something like this? It’s what they use to close up a turkey after it’s stuffed. like 10-15 of them for $1. Nice thing on the Badger is the head is small enough to fit in the neck of a 15 ml glass Boston Round.
Not sure these are small enough.
I think you can order just the rod on amazon
I only mix in pyrex measuring cups. Not sure if these will work for use with a magnetic mixer which I plan to get or make, but in the meantime I’ll try to grab something from Harbor Freight or Lowe’s. Here’s what I’m mixing in. At $1.99 each at Big Lots I thought it was an awesome deal.
Cool I just use the 8oz mason jars we already use for canning jellies and jams in works great then I use a large syringe to fill my unicorn bottles
If I am making small batches I use the 15 and 30ml glass dropper bottles I get from the local vape shops for free and do the mix directly in the bottle
I’ve done what I can to eliminate the need for syringes. I hate those things. Used a 5ml with blunt tip needle for a long time. Now I put all my flavorings in 30ml dripper bottles. I have my pg and vg in ketchup bottles like you find at cheap restaurants. And my nic is in a 30 ml dripper as well. I haven’t quite got all my flavors moved over yet but getting close. So mixing by weight, just drip drip drip. Then when I get through mixing I use a little funnel that came with a whiskey flask. Works perfectly. Of course once I start mixing quantities for sale all that changes.
I am sure it will but no plans to do that and I really only mix for myself and occasionally some for friends and family
mixing by weight also and have all dripper bottles for that as well but I had like 10 large syringes new when I got my scale so now they just do duty for transferring liquids
Here are a couple of what I think are pharmaceutical lab beakers. It’s certainly not my area so I have no idea what the proper name is, nor what unit of measure is etched into them. I just think they’re cool. And with the pour spouts I can see them being useful some day but as of yet, just sits on my shelf.
wow, those are interesting. As a glassblower with many friends that make scientific glass, I’ve never seen anything quite like those. Have you tried poring in liquids to see what the measuring marks are? ounces?
Look like what we used to get Ice Cream Sundaes served in.
I gotta agree with that, except usually those didnt have the spouts nor the markings on them. Gah… sorry for derailing. … um… Those instructions need some help…
I gotta believe only so much can be said about backward printed instructions on a $20 item
So I have not tried to make sense of the markings. Maybe I’ll get bored one day and check that out. But I do think once i get a real frother I may mix in the larger one and see how I like it. I do love the pour spout.
Derail away. It’s more fun than the original topic.
@Big_Benny_MI This has been driving me nuts ever since @SthrnMixer posted this picture. I know I have seen these someplace before. I am going to have to agree with this being what I remember root beer floats and malts being served in at the local old time drug store when I was a kid. I could be wrong but they sure do look like it. In the case of the Malts they were served to the counter with a glass or 2 and you poured your own from the large one into the glasses that were shaped very similar but without the pour spout.