Making Plastic Rod Stock - Melting HDPE Milk Jugs


  • Am Vor 3 years

    The Small WorkshopThe Small Workshop

    Dauer: 4:14

    In this video I melt HDPE milk jugs to get a block of plastic from which I need to make a pulley for an electric motor. Because I had no decent plywood and HDPE is easily available and great pulley material.
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    SAFETY:
    Don't do anything you see me do. Stay SAFE!
    Here's some things I do to make this safer, but do your own research. I ain't no chemist or doctor.
    - I only use HDPE, other plastics might give nastier fumes.
    - I don't try to guess if something is HDPE or not, I only use the things clearly marked.
    - I only use translucent HDPE, clear or colored one might have nasty aditives.
    - There are two types of HDPE, the one blown like the jugs and the one molded, like caps and buckets and such.
    - I only use HDPE from milk jugs, the one made in molds might have aditives to make it flow better.
    - I Keep it the right temperature and work in a well ventilated room.
    - I only do this rarely, constant exposure to fumes has risks.
    You... should not do this!

    diy  lathe  pulley  hdpe  recycling  electric motor  belt drive  

ka jong venus Park
ka jong venus Park

Amazing! Also..... Very satisfying video.

Vor 12 Stunden
Don Vittorio DiMaggio
Don Vittorio DiMaggio

1:23 when I pressed dislike and shut the computer up down

Vor Monat
Sagar Pagare
Sagar Pagare

It's really Awesome

Vor 2 Monate
Kevin Zoid
Kevin Zoid

or you can make into rollerblade wheels

Vor 2 Monate
Corey Upton
Corey Upton

One jug? Sounds more like LDPE to me. What about higher temps before pressing?

Vor 2 Monate
Christian Brin
Christian Brin

Great job bro

Vor 2 Monate
mason freeman
mason freeman

I like your recycling plastic thanks for video

Vor 3 Monate
Rick Rose
Rick Rose

Nice work. I'd like to see more of that old metal lathe you showed at the end!

Vor 4 Monate
pappawheely
pappawheely

are there any fumes to avoid ? and dust, I wonder

Vor 6 Monate
Ratchet4483
Ratchet4483

Just wondering, what will happen if one tries to melt hdpe using furnance for melting aluminum?

Vor 6 Monate
Johan Bergkvist
Johan Bergkvist

Neat!

Vor 6 Monate
Gary Rosema
Gary Rosema

Anything else you dont want me to do !

Vor 6 Monate
Lodewyk Botha
Lodewyk Botha

Nice vid. What do you do with the shavings afterwards to prevent Micro Plastic pollution in water.?

Vor 6 Monate
rra022001
rra022001

288 numnuts dont want you wake people up. This is excellent engineering.

Vor 7 Monate
Enjoy the Moment
Enjoy the Moment

say something

Vor 7 Monate
JON Gergeceff
JON Gergeceff

Genius

Vor 9 Monate
Steve Grusling
Steve Grusling

very cool

Vor 9 Monate
John Cislowski
John Cislowski

The most violent use of scissors ever.

Vor 10 Monate
KROSS777RLSH
KROSS777RLSH

Also what kond of aluminum can is this? 1:05 ?

Vor 10 Monate
Oliver C
Oliver C

Man your fingers went very near to that stuff, always safety first no matter how experience you are. Over confidence can cause allot of trouble. Always wear hard clubs for such a job.

Vor 10 Monate
Steve M
Steve M

Very nice. Not some abstract useless tip but rather a very specific application that you can then apply to your needs. Need a pulley? Make it yourself from the recycle pile. Well done.

Vor 10 Monate
The Cow Conspiracy
The Cow Conspiracy

Maybe you should have titled the video “ Making a HDPE Pulley from Scrap Plastic”. ..No like from me.

Vor 10 Monate
Gort Newton
Gort Newton

Very nice, but I hope you don't also cook with that oven as it will have a lining of plastic on the walls. Find another way to melt the plastic. Even better make a machine to do it with heater and temperature controlled. I like this process and I can see that with a lathe you can make a lot of things from HDPE.

Vor 10 Monate
Richard Marton
Richard Marton

Nice project, I like it. As other have commented I'd like to make a (replacement) plastic face for a mallet. One other comments, the lathe seen at around 4:02 ... it's beautiful, love the color. What brand of lathe is that?

Vor 10 Monate
Jose Cunha
Jose Cunha

Nice. Ever think of using a paper shredder? Mine shred credit cards, should make quick work of that jug.

Vor 10 Monate
Deep Malick
Deep Malick

50 rupees ki product waste korka, 5 rupe ki product banaya..

Vor 10 Monate
Nomad
Nomad

That's bloody excellent !!!

Vor 11 Monate
lenny108
lenny108

the question is how to cast this hot plastic into a mold?

Vor 11 Monate
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

Look up extrusion machines, they use a auger in a heated element shaft to melt and inject into molds, I used to do this type of work in 2005 for a small company making lumber and legs for tables and bench seats or reused industrial extruders.

Vor 10 Monate
Gettin Radd & Fuggin Bustn
Gettin Radd & Fuggin Bustn

Nice !

Vor year
Mark mcgill
Mark mcgill

This video was cool. Can the shavings be recycled into another piece ? Many Thanks for your effort !!!!!

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

Yes it can be remleted but only to an extent. Creative Mechanics has more info for a start.

Vor 10 Monate
Ron Caluman
Ron Caluman

Now it takes up less space in the garbage.

Vor year
alz123alz
alz123alz

SMART MAN,

Vor year
chase
chase

What little lathe was that that that you first turned the plug on?

Vor year
OptimisticPessimist
OptimisticPessimist

Could the melting and molding be done in a sealed container so there are no fumes to worry about if you let it cool before opening again?

Vor year
OptimisticPessimist
OptimisticPessimist

Think of how a crock pot works. Gas expansion/compression is a lot worse with standard cooking than just heating anything that melts to its melting point. I'm not interested in boiling it, just melting it so it takes the least possible volume. The container would hold the fragments or a smaller container that holds the fragments. The gases wouldn't expand anywhere near as much as vapor in a crock pot in standard use. I'm just wondering if a container could exist that would hold in whatever there is, can handle the temps and is easy to open and close when cool enough to touch. Maybe it can even be opened under water or another liquid if needed to trap the fumes or whatever residue.

Vor 10 Monate
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

I would not recommend that as like gas in an enclosed space will be a hazard and if it you cook it too hot it will smell bad enough to tell you that you have just compromised the structure of the material.

Vor 10 Monate
Ben Frawley
Ben Frawley

Was great up until the 'cheerie' music cut in ;)

Vor year
иван хохлачёв
иван хохлачёв

запах сильный?когда в духовке

Vor year
Javeed Qazi
Javeed Qazi

Recycle it, always!!

Vor year
AlBarathur
AlBarathur

Its a great project and awesome idea. I wonder however, if the belt slips or the load is heavier, that pulley might just melt on the surface.

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

PE melts in the 120-180° C or 248-356° F range. I worked for a small company that made lumber from recycled PE back in 2005 and that is the melting range for it.

Vor 10 Monate
Daniel Vinson
Daniel Vinson

Not the most efficient way of doing it. 🤦🏻‍♂️

Vor year
ticapix
ticapix

Great video. What lathe do you have in the video? (the small one)

Vor year
siegfriedo brabender
siegfriedo brabender

OK, thanks!

Vor year
siegfriedo brabender
siegfriedo brabender

I meant to say the heat caused by friction.

Vor year
siegfriedo brabender
siegfriedo brabender

You did a great job on making that pulley! I just wanted to know how well does it stand up to the caused by friction on that vee belt? Thanks!

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

I don't know, I've sold that lathe soon after I finished refurbishing it.

Vor year
hiquality_distraction
hiquality_distraction

You Sir' deserve an award for these videos! subb'd

Vor year
Emilio Greenwood
Emilio Greenwood

Hey does anyone know if you can use the other numbers for this I have water bottles I drink out of hand they got a 1 on them

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

One PET or PETE, and are blow moldable thus why commonly used in drinking container use where as motor oil and gasoline is in HDPE. But note the caps and their safety rings are not PET or PETE but either PE or PP which do not melt together at all. There is a few good sites for more info such as Creative Mechanisms with all the info you need on plastics and their flammability and melting temps.

Vor 10 Monate
Richard Pham
Richard Pham

Can I use a microwave

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

NOPE, totaly useless.

Vor 10 Monate
MatchstalkMan
MatchstalkMan

And the shavings ... can be recycled! Win!

Vor year
Dylan's DIY Workshop
Dylan's DIY Workshop

That's great to know that it doesn't shatter like other plastics would

Vor year
corgidog
corgidog

wait so you have to destroy a perfectly good metal can every time you want to make a rod? :/ seems expensive.

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

Or you can take some fairly thick smooth bore pipe or tubing and bolt a plate to one end and slide in plate on other to press the plastic as you melt it, mind you want a few holes to allow hot air to escape. Let it cool and will pop right out in most cases and in the case you get one sticking inside a bit the bolted end can simply be removed to allow you to hammer it out.

Vor 10 Monate
MatchstalkMan
MatchstalkMan

Drink another Red Bull, get another can...

Vor year
Sphinx Rising
Sphinx Rising

I would have just used acetone to melt the plastic.

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

IF your solvent comes in a plastic jug take a look at the bottom for the type and number of that plastic being used, PE is quite solvent resistant thus why you see large storage tanks made from various types of PE.

Vor 10 Monate
Jim DeMian
Jim DeMian

Sphinx Rising Acetone will not dissolve HDPE. I know - it looks so tempting - but it just won't. Besides, there's a good side to that 'flaw' - 1. solvents you don't want to be breathing 2. losing them by evaporation is a waste of materials 3. solvents take up space. 'Taking up space' means you're going to pour the thick-ish plastic into a mold, and it will look great until it dries, and you then find it's smaller than the mold and the exact dimensions you envisioned just aren't there. Still, good problem-solving thinking. Also, add to your stable of solvents - toluol and xylol - sometimes superior, but don't breathe. Good luck to you.

Vor year
AndTheCorrectAnswerIs
AndTheCorrectAnswerIs

Reminds me of an old Warner Bros. cartoon where the Acme toothpick company turns down a whole tree to make 1 toothpick.

Vor year
Ron Yerke
Ron Yerke

While I love what you've done here, I wonder about your choice of application. Pulleys tend it become hot from friction with the belts. Has yours softened up enough to deform or stick to the belt yet? Low speed applications shouldn't be so much of a worry. Did you make that blue fan?

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

Considering PE melts between 120-180°C or 248-356°F its quite the most durable due to low friction and high compressive compared to PP or other lesser plastics, thus why you see it used in conveyor systems and as a gravity chute liner or in Snowplow Snow Pusher shovel blades.

Vor 10 Monate
Ron Yerke
Ron Yerke

Did the shavings go back into your blue plastic tub for some future project? Nice pulley!

Vor year
No Excuses
No Excuses

your waisting time cutting it up it'll melt just fine without it

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

cutting it makes it easier to fit into the crucible form

Vor 10 Monate
Gyras
Gyras

Have you tried putting it in the freezer? It should shrink well enough.

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

Considering it melts between 120-180°C/248-356°F it would warm up the freezer for a while, best to air if not in a hurry or water bath for a faster cool.

Vor 10 Monate
sacrip tex
sacrip tex

they may melt if heat it up on the pulley i had a bad experience with a melting pulley on very strong motor, but i think that on a small motor would be fine

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

takes quite a bit of heat to melt, between 120-180°C/248-356°F, unless it was PP which melts at 160°C/320°F

Vor 10 Monate
Shakhawan
Shakhawan

well done

Vor year
commando340
commando340

very interesting, and informative. thanks, for posting.

Vor year
bbcisrubbish
bbcisrubbish

Is this, and similar materials, toxic when heated. Surely it must give off some vapours.

Vor year
Dreamingrightnow
Dreamingrightnow

Joshua79C C -- There's tons of information on the internet just like this: http://ac.els-cdn.com/S187802961630158X/1-s2.0-S187802961630158X-main.pdf?_tid=6e405bd3-d19b-45ff-b23d-d5633a021826&acdnat=1523430232_ad443057c49a13b423436d5d6dab0166 Here's an excerpt that applies directly to toxins released into the air when HDPE is burned: ".. while PVC generates dioxins, carbon black and aromatics like pyrene and chrysene. Hazardous emissions can include bromide and color pigments that contain heavy metals like chromium, copper, cobalt, selenium, lead and cadmium." If you read the whole article, it goes into specifics about the effects these toxins can have on the human body.

Vor 10 Monate
Dreamingrightnow
Dreamingrightnow

Joshua79C C -- Lol, you're not into science much are you?

Vor 10 Monate
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

If it is so toxic then why is it I am still alive and cancer less despite my time working with the stuff in a commercial setting not to mention I eat microwave food that comes in those plastic HDPE mind you trays? Go ahead an look at the plastic your milk, commercially purified water, comes in. Its posted everywhere that PE is inert much like PP and there is NO TOXINS in this plastic that can harm you.

Vor 10 Monate
Dreamingrightnow
Dreamingrightnow

bbcisrubbish -- It's VERY toxic. Use the best chemical mask you can get and only do this outside.

Vor 10 Monate
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

If you see it smoking, slow down and hod your nose and close your mouth its smells and tastes bad enough alone the fumes can be harmful if you inhale excessive enough amount. I worked for a company currently known as Recycle Plastics Factory (formerly Recycled Plastic man) melting mainly PE plastic into lumbers and some other stock forms for picnic table and seating bench legs.

Vor 10 Monate
bearsoundz
bearsoundz

how fluent can it get? It look less that 'melted'. If it could become a fluid, there would be much more usages for this. Think molding in silicone, f.i. fishing lures or plugs, but can it be made pourable ?

Vor year
Bruce Clothier
Bruce Clothier

When you first removed the cylinder from the tin can, the surface was pockmarked. Other people have found the same. Were there holes deeper down or was it homogeneous?What was the motor - it looks like a fractional horsepower induction motor. What was it salvaged from. And how did you fix the pulley to the motor shaft?

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

In some areas the holes were deeper, I had to avoid them. Motor was salvaged from an old washing machine, it's 1/2 hp. The pulley was friction fit since the motor shaft had some knurling on it.

Vor year
Ken Bellchambers
Ken Bellchambers

Great stuff, thank you from a recycling maniac. I love aluminum sheet cut from coke cans and plastic sheet cut from milk bottles.

Vor year
alz123alz
alz123alz

brought a food grade plastic sheet for over 100 dollars ten years ago. Imagine what they must cost now.

Vor year
Daniel M
Daniel M

you know you could use the bigger aluminum cans for your tube like power drinks or beer cans I save all that it would work great

Vor year
Roger Moore
Roger Moore

Some mallets have replaceable plastic ends on them. A hex head bolt embedded in plastic looks very similar. Threaded end of bolt projects out to screw into body of mallet.

Vor year
Cat
Cat

can you make a turned bowl or vase out of a blank of HPDE?

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

Yes but simpler to melt into a pre-formed mold and then trim the excess by hand

Vor 10 Monate
omzig18
omzig18

Why not use a paper shredder to cut it up

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

did you not see the shape of the handle area? most paper shredders may not like or be able to handle that.

Vor 10 Monate
JourneyTotheTruthandTotalRandomness
JourneyTotheTruthandTotalRandomness

We can use this idea to make plastic bullets to help with our fight against Magneto. Thanks!

Vor year
MatchstalkMan
MatchstalkMan

LOL!

Vor year
Reuben Hubert
Reuben Hubert

Instead of splitting the jug and washing each side couldn't you put hot water and dish detergent inside the jug, cap it, shake it for a while, and rinse it out?

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

most cases yes but still want to scrub after cutting open to prevent any bad smell other than overcooked plastic.

Vor 10 Monate
Michael Rada
Michael Rada

can you reuse same way obsolete material from your own production? means second heat processing?

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

You can remelt certain plastic so many times before it starts to become more brittle and less stronger. There is sites with information that can tell you melting points and flammability, PP (#5) for one will catch on fire.

Vor 10 Monate
Craig Lumpy Lemke
Craig Lumpy Lemke

Nice job. I REALLY enjoy maker videos with NO dialog or silly dance or grunge music. Thumbs on the positive Z axis!

Vor year
MetaView7
MetaView7

a tall beer can, or a caffeine drink can, would make very good melting molds.

Vor year
On The Road with John
On The Road with John

Cleaver

Vor year
lochmoigh1
lochmoigh1

Please do not use a oven that you would eat out of in meting this.

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

Its not poisonous ,but over heated does leave in unpleasant smell. I made lumber for a short time for small recycler in 2005 and used open end mold forms and a used industrial extruder.

Vor 10 Monate
ANTONY LOPEZ
ANTONY LOPEZ

good job

Vor year
67 Cuda K/SA
67 Cuda K/SA

how did you hold the pulley on the shaft, a key or set screw?

Vor year
vern wallen
vern wallen

I hope my grand kids see this so they will know how we spend our spare time!! lol!!

Vor year
Kevin
Kevin

What type of can did you use for the mold? I saw a bunch of imperfections at first when you removed the mold, so I thought it did not completely melt. Good video.

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

Aluminium/aluminum works fine but copper or steel also works just as well. best to get pipe with smooth walls inside and lay a flat round on one end flat with another like he showed to compress with a clamp so once melted and allowed to cool you can just pop it out without having to cut the "crucible".

Vor 10 Monate
watahyahknow
watahyahknow

looks like its worth the trouble of melting those jugs down how resistand is the plastic to wear ? i immagine its pretty soft even in stick form

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

If you ever use a plastic cutting board, likely made of a grade of PE, factories or fulfillment centers with conveyors use sheets of PE to make the belt slide along smoother and last longer.

Vor 10 Monate
Matthew The Great Coin Roll Hunter
Matthew The Great Coin Roll Hunter

Don't know how I found you but I LIKED your video and am enjoying your channel

Vor year
steveu235
steveu235

lot of work for so little plastic

Vor year
Tives DF
Tives DF

while hands work mind becomes light

Vor 9 Monate
Ellesmere Wildwood
Ellesmere Wildwood

Damn, that was brilliant !! Can you do this with the clear plastic soft drink bottles as well ? When you were compressing it the cylinder I didn't think it would compress into such a solid mass, I figured it would have voids. But in the end it was absolutely brilliant.

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

PETE is recyclable but I would not recommend DIY remolding without first knowing its melting temps and flaming point, bud do remove the caps and safety ring as those are PP and are flammable not to mention will make that clear plastic turn green or whatever color the cap is and only a ounce worth in most instances. But not the same properties as PE as it is a weaker structure.

Vor 10 Monate
RichardGMoss
RichardGMoss

Perhaps next time you would consider hiring someone to add a voice track.

Vor year
ScotsFurian
ScotsFurian

Does it give of any fumes or smell when melting ? I dont want to smoke out my kitchen !

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

So long as you keep withing the melting point and not overcook it it will put out any bad smell or toxic fumes.

Vor 10 Monate
Juan Fangio
Juan Fangio

The lathe making the pully that turns the lathe.

Vor year
Venom
Venom

latheception

Vor 8 Monate
Dreamingrightnow
Dreamingrightnow

Meta

Vor 10 Monate
LeaveMeAloneGoogle
LeaveMeAloneGoogle

Very RepRap....

Vor year
AKRON DUDE
AKRON DUDE

Juan Fangio all is as it should be

Vor year
Patrick Musni
Patrick Musni

How do you know a plastic jug is HDPE? Are there tell tale characteristics?

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

All PE grades are 2, but not all are equal, but you can mix grades together, but it tends to get a bit tricky as it requires mixing which is very hard to do thus why when I did it for a commercial lumber maker they used extruders to mix and shape into moulds.

Vor 10 Monate
Logan Henderson
Logan Henderson

Patrick Musni burn it is the smoke smells waxy it's injection grade hdpe

Vor year
Jamie Rollinson
Jamie Rollinson

Patrick Musni the recycling triangle has 2 in it...

Vor year
0311TYPE
0311TYPE

Great idea! I'll bet you could do this in a threaded (outside) metal pipe, cap the ends, tap the top, and rig a vacuum pump to it, producing a better piece still.

Vor year
Colin Riley
Colin Riley

Interesting to watch. However the bar is cheap to buy and the time and energy used to make that tiny part really would not be worth the effort. I buy 2 metre lengths and its available in black or white.

Vor year
RobMacKendrick
RobMacKendrick

Colin Riley no worries there, mate. You can get 'em even in the middle of the ocean. We've seen to that.

Vor 11 Monate
Colin Riley
Colin Riley

That's a good point. Hopefully there would be a supply of HDPE bottles to melt.

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

True, it's only a matter of convenience, not price. Let's say you are in a remote part of the world where industrial supplies are hard to get. Or you need a small piece but of large diameter, what you gonna do buy a whole huge bar? Of course this is not a solution for someone that needs a constant supply of HDPE bars.

Vor year
hhocar
hhocar

@ 2:16 : I wonder what I can do with this? @ 3:39 after chipping away on about 6" of material I end up with this 3" pulley. I say it's worth the effort if you have the lathe. Thank you

Vor year
Cavemaaaan
Cavemaaaan

Wow!!! I stumbled across his video in research for HDPE plastic welding. Thanks for the great idea! I need to start saving my milk jugs for raw material. Great video...Thanks :)

Vor year
Joy Lin
Joy Lin

Hi, Can I ask what is the material of the container that you used to mold HDPE?

Vor year
John Mitchell
John Mitchell

So u need a lathe to make a lathe... neat

Vor year
john smith
john smith

The problem with all this is you can get a piece of plastic like this for pennies. It would cost more to run the oven then what the plastic is worth.

Vor year
john smith
john smith

Walt Anderson: Yes, I do understand, and I guess there could come a point where in a pinch this could be used. But if you have any access to plastic it just wouldn't be worth it. As a retired lead man and g-code programmer I can tell you if you have a machine shop near you, they will very likely have all the scrap plastic you can use in their garbage bin from time to time. Collect some and keep it in stock.

Vor year
Walt's Channel
Walt's Channel

john smith If you are replacing a plastic part no longer made, and you do not have raw material readily available, this could work! Either was it was entertaining to watch.

Vor year
Palac12
Palac12

I really like your videos but I also like your lathe where did you buy your small wood turning lathe

Vor year
Pavel J
Pavel J

TO JE NÁPAD SUPERR DÍKY TI ZA INSPIRACI CO DODAT DOBRÁ PRÁCE :) Pavel ...

Vor year
Pontus Häggblad
Pontus Häggblad

you could put the flakes in a blender

Vor year
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

That could turn it to dust flakes!

Vor 10 Monate
pmm4177
pmm4177

have you ever thought of using an old food processor to chop up the hdpe into super tiny pieces?

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

I've heard of it done by other people so is should work. Unfortunately I already gutted my old blender to get the motor out of it a few years ago. Plus I don't do this too often.

Vor year
Amelia Hardgrave
Amelia Hardgrave

Could you please explain what attachments you are using on your lathe? Could you show what you did between 2:38 and 2 min 39secs in the video?

Vor year
LeaveMeAloneGoogle
LeaveMeAloneGoogle

I think my question is similar -- it looks like you're turning the cylinder on a piece of smooth rod! HDPE is slippery - why isn't it spinning on the rod? How did you secure it?

Vor year
Carl Rudd
Carl Rudd

Annoying music again.... WHY ??????????????????

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

To cover the TV sound so youtube does not ban me, but hey, sorry if I annoyed you with my video!

Vor year
timothy hill
timothy hill

heavy brother nice one thanks

Vor 2 years
John Doe
John Doe

It seems to turn nicely on a lathe, making all those thin ribbons.

Vor 2 years
jakub rembacz
jakub rembacz

there are no fumes with most plastics unless...you BURN them of course just saying

Vor 2 years
Joshua79C C
Joshua79C C

PP is about the only flammable one that will actually catch fire, that said, overheating causes loss of integrity.

Vor 10 Monate

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