Thursday, February 8, 2018

Plastic Fabrication Project 4

Over the course of the last few days I have been cleaning out the mad scientist lab in anticipation to convert it to a plastic factory.

So far things are much cleaner, but quite disorganized.  I really need to set up a tool room to hold everything and keep the dust out of the tools.  I have a small back yard that I am looking at putting up a American style wood shed, except that instead of plywood siding, I use cement board.  (tropical climate) 

I will also have to use at least a gallon or two of the permethrin infused antifungal-antibug liquid, and put a lot of Sevin powder in the walls, between the studs etc. 

The lab is already wired up with heavy wiring and on its own fuse panel separate from the house.  We tapped into the line just after the meter, so the power is split between the house and the lab without having to go thru the house panel first.

Locally I am pretty much limited to 60 amps power.  60 amps at 220v.  So this is equivalent to 120 amps at 110v in the US. 

I still am scrounging up cash for this project however.

I had someone commit $4500US to develop my PET bottle to polyester fiber machine project and they would receive a working unit+engineering drawings.  The output will not be too high, somewhere around 10 to 20 pounds a hour of fiber.  However that is just one machine and a small one at that.  It should be scalable. 

Sadly however the person who committed the funds has changed his mind a few times, so the project is awaiting funds.

If you are interested in a soda bottle to polyester fiber machine, let me know via the contact form.

If you check the prices of polyester fiber filler like used in blankets, stuffed animals, pillows etc, you will see that it is a high margin product.

The process I have was developed by a Russian, but he only posted a short video on YouTube of his device in operation (now removed) 

It allows for the use of even dirty plastics to be made into fiber, vs usual process of using a spinnerette device that is essentially the same as a cotton candy machine.  The drawback of the spinnerette is that  dirt gets trapped in the small holes and clogs it up if the plastic is not perfectly clean.  The process I have uses something totally different.

Free Unlimited Private VPN

Living here on the tropical island had always presented a challenge for Internet service.

Frankly it sucks.

Part of it is due to the phone companies over-selling capacity.  Another part is the built in bandwidth throttling that the companies have to put in.  The throttling is in larger part, because Filipinos do not use internet antivirus software and their computers are majority infected.

When I was operating my CNC plasma cutting business, I would estimate that at least half the clients that showed up with a thumb drive full of files to cut, were infected.

So consequently, I have looked for ways to cut my internet usage.  I discovered a browser for my phone called Opera which has a built in ad blocker and way to cut the bandwidth needed.  Checking my stats, I see that I saved over a gig of data in a month.

Since then I have moved to the Brave browser which is built on top of the Opera browser and adds in even more savings and runs faster on my phone.

On my desktop, I installed Opera and ad-blocking extension.  However I discovered that if I go to incogneto mode and then click on a button in the bar that says VPN.  I get a free unlimited VPN that routes my traffic thru different countries, usually the Netherlands.

Now since the Philippines has ALL its phone, text and internet traffic archived and filtered by the NSA, a VPN is a good thing to use when reading the dissident sites like WRSA.

Monday, February 5, 2018

Report and Deport Fliers

Saw a news article about someone posting up fliers of this information..

So in the interests of public safety, Here is a printable version for you to hand out.