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  1. Purpsmagurps

    Creme De La Creme Cannabis Photos

    @Cultivator have you ever done 5 gallon coco? Would you think having a tight feed schedule like 20 seconds on every 3 hours and have a little runoff but always saturated at the bottom of the pot would be better than letting it dry out a little more and run longer on sequences more spread out to...
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    Creme De La Creme Cannabis Photos

    Root gang!
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    Creme De La Creme Cannabis Photos

    Day 18. 9 and 10 weekers : )
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    Purps' Perpetual - DIY 800W & 350W LED - 9x6 - COCO/DTW & RDWC

    thanks! these cookies are going to be my favorite I'm feeling :) my top off float valve can be adjusted Thanks Dirty! this grow has been very different from anything I have done before. I'm pretty satisfied even though I wish I trained them more, I'm not going to get lazy on the trellis next...
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    Duggan Does Ace's A5 x Malawi & Thai Chi In DBHBB

    Haha I just talked 20 of my friends into going to cancun together for spring break. :) @Duggan has the right idea!
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    Lost In The Fog

    thick acrylic and use a router or dremel tool to route out the chamber vs 2 pieces ?
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    Lost In The Fog

    yeah but will it bind with metal?
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    Lost In The Fog

    the thing is tho. gotta find an O ring first that will work then build the acrylic around it. dont go an odd size on the acrylic and have to order custom o rings I dont think thats possible for us lol.
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    Lost In The Fog

    I follow a bunch of custom pc modders that do acrylic heatsink work. they all order through a shop that will machine the acryllic for you I will check it out and see if I can find the link again. this isnt DIY friendly shit in any case lol.
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    Lost In The Fog

    you have to drill through the acryllic and cnc an o ring slot into it as well................. or your shit WILL fail. trust an engineer.
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    Lost In The Fog

    straight union copper tube compression on one side with a tube adapter from the hose that has a straight ferrule rib to lock the other side union nut. that was hard. lol your hose weight will need to be supported because they will drag your lights off balance tho :) like this, based off one...
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    Lost In The Fog

    you going to bend a copper tube and weld to the back brass? it would be your most solid way, then ferrule compression swagelock fittings to the end and run hose coupled swage ferrule to your rad.
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    Lost In The Fog

    my heat sinks are pretty damn hot to the touch at 96w and I have the centers only done.
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    Lost In The Fog

    Make sure you get the center holes drilled they are more important thermodynamically :) most of the heat is going to want to move toward the center. they run a lot hotter than I expected TBH like I would definitely do some water cooled solutions on above 90W per puck
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    Purps' Perpetual - DIY 800W & 350W LED - 9x6 - COCO/DTW & RDWC

    holy shit. just got approved for 18k in student aid this year. GETTIN MA EDUCATION BITCHESSSS! electrical engineering!
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    Gadget Guy's PermaDream 1st DIY RDWC Journal

    yeah the chiller is a definite if you are starting rdwc IMO. a little extra electricity for amazing roots = win. I fought off a bunch of organics induced pythium and finished the run last run but my stuff tasted off and didnt yield half as what I should. make sure you clean your system real good...
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    Purps' Perpetual - DIY 800W & 350W LED - 9x6 - COCO/DTW & RDWC

    Over 6 feet tall in the back
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    Purps' Perpetual - DIY 800W & 350W LED - 9x6 - COCO/DTW & RDWC

    shit is wild right now........ pics incoming.