Where do you guys buy yours? I have seen some really expensive prices, cheapest is 180usd but surely they can be cheaper?
The technology is used for all sorts of things, so why can't I find cheaper ones?
So I'm thinking about making a pressure atomizing gasoline burner for my steam trike, but I'm having trouble finding information about atomizing spray nozzles. I've got my eyes on a fuel injected motorcycle fuel pump that maintains 40 psi. Theoretically I could hook this up to a fuel injector just like in a car, but this isn't ideal. Fuel injectors are designed to put out a ton of fuel and be pulsed. This isn't really what you want for a burner. I'm looking for around 1gph. I haven't really found much information about the specifics of atomizing nozzle design or selection. Ideally I'd like to be able to use an off the shelf oil burner nozzle. I wish I could find a chart or something so I could do something like this: If this nozzle flows 1gph with heavy fuel oil at 100psi, then it should flow ___ of gasoline at 40psi, if it's even enough pressure to properly atomize it. Since gasoline vaporizes easier and it has lower viscosity than oil, an oil nozzle should be able to work with gasoline at a lower pressure, right? If anyone has any tips or sources of information that would be helpful.
I have a couple of mini splash bottles that I love because they're so cute, but I'm not a fan of dabbing fragrance that way. Has anyone successfully added an atomizer nozzle onto their splash bottles rather than decanting it into a separate vial? I'd prefer to keep the original bottle if possible.
Recently, I decided to spray some Terre d’Hermes Eau Tres Fraiche but when I went to twist the cap back into the locking position, I accidentally turned the atomizer nozzle and it made a light scraping noise and now it only squirts one stream of juice rather than spraying. How do I get it to spray again? Thanks!
NAVA 1/2" Stainless Steel Spiral Cone Atomization Nozzle Industrial Spray Dust Remove https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MHNEJXW/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_-bqiDbCYHY89W
I am wanting to design and test my own injector for a small liquid rocket engine using gaseous oxygen and some sort of fuel I havent decided. Im thinking this could be screwed into the injector surrounded by small holes for the gaseous oxygen. I know swirl injectors are a thing so thats why I was thinking the spiral might help with atomization. Let me know your thoughts on this and any other tips you may have on the design of the injector i still dont know much at all. Thanks.
Been thinking about this for a while. In industry you can get atomizing nozzles that are fed just by gravity fed flow. Thought this could be an excellent idea for making a sparge arm with no chance if channeling (at least until the very end of yhe sparge where it's less of an issue). Problem is, my industrial nozzles are something to the tune of $350 USD/unit. Obviously that's not going to do. Any body have any ideas on a more economical solution/product
I need to design a chamber (around 0.5 m^3) that is humidity controlled (50% +/- 2% RH) and temperature controlled (22 +/-2 C). I have a decent understanding of electronics, sensing, and control theory necessary. However, I have a limited understanding of how to control humidity. I know dehumidification is typically done with a chiller coil to condense the moisture out of the air.
The problem that I have is that I'll be dealing with a fluctuation in ambient humidity from season to season (winter ~15%, summer ~60% RH), and occasionally I'll be placing several moist specimens into the cabinet to dry.
My concerns are:
1- I'll have no way to humidify when the ambient humidity is very low. Can I just use an water atomizing nozzle with an electronic valve?
2- I don't know if I can get the kind of RH stability I need with a standard compressor unless I use a variable frequency drive (expensive) or pulse width modulation (need a dc compressor).
Any help or insight is much appreciated.
why do they use a fiber pad instead of atomizing nozzles?
3 week owner here so please be patient with me :) So I tried the atomic pull method as described in the wiki and elsewhere but now my hot end is completely jammed. Heated to 250 and no matter how hard I push with another piece of filament it will not extrude at all. I followed the instructions very carefully so I'm pretty sure I did it right. Where do I go from here?
Will it likely start working if I replace the nozzle? What would you do?
We all love the fantastical ships of Star Wars, and the slightly more realistic but still fantastical ships of Star Trek. However, real space ships are quite literally things like the Space Shuttle and ISS. That is, giant hunks of pressurized metal with thermal shielding, the ability to filter out the CO2 and replace the Oxygen supply, and a lot of other really complicated things.
I would like to see some nice ideas where we mix the battleship elements of a Star Wars or Star Trek with the more realistic side of space.
Ground based weapons, even with something like a laser, wouldn't do much good since you'd only be able to aim at a ghost. It takes 1.3333 seconds for light from the Moon to reach Earth. Now imagine you're trying to fire on a small and fast space ship. Sure, maybe you could aim ahead with a laser, but there's no guarantee that the ship will move in a predictable fashion. Maneuvers might be created so as to avoid the ability to really be aimed at by a ground laser.
So we'd have to have space ships in the vicinity so as to be able to more effectively attack a target in space. And here's some ideas on how that may be.
So instead of energy shields which would probably melt one's ship, we would just have to use some good ol' fashioned armor. Perhaps walls made of carbon nanotubes or something similar to that. Something really strong that it'd be difficult for a projectile to penetrate the pressurized hull. Plus a bunch of doors that will seal if the hull has been breached, to prevent the entire ship from depressurizing. To combat laser fire, it'd have to be able to either change its color to one where the color of that laser is ineffective, or have a reflective hull so the laser would bounce off. In case lasers do manage to increase the hull's temperature to the point where it gets too hot to be in any more, perhaps it could have compressed liquid nitrogen be released through pipes in the walls to cool it down, or some other cooling equipment.
As for its weapons, lasers are an obvious choice. It's a bunch of energy being pumped directly into a small surface area. It has very very very little recoil so you won't have to worry about it forcing your ship off its original trajectory, and aside from either the chemicals or energy storage to power the laser, it doesn't require any massive amounts of physical ammo, saving space and weight.
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like the evian face mist (it's just water i know), or the tony moly green tea chok chok face mist (dried out my face :( ), I love that I can just hold down the nozzle and out comes this super fine spray that just gently falls onto my face. in contrast, some other face mists feels like hitting my face with a water stream oof. I know some people prefer to decant into a atomizer etc., but I'm super turned off by the fact that decanting etc easily introduces bacteria etc into water.
Context: As the Imperium slowly begins to push back against the onslaught of Chaos in the aftermath of Guilliman's return, a small force of Primaris Space Marines are dispatched to a world that's been overrun by traitor Astartes, including veterans from the IVth Legion, the infamous Iron Warriors. The fight does not go well for the heretics.
Yeah, I know, I know, the Primaris have received more than their fair share of criticism, and a lot of it is probably warranted. But dammit, it's just awesome to see them in action.
>The Rudense was a small ship of a class designed specifically for the Indomitus Crusade. Its Adeptus Astartes complement was set at fifty – not even a full company. But the warriors aboard had an important role, one never seen in the armies of the Space Marines before the Ultima Founding. Slender as a dart, seven hundred metres long and as fast as its shape suggested, the Rudense was heavily armed for its size class, and strengthened to withstand brushes with planetary atmospheres. It was a rapid insertion craft, intended to fight its way through the maelstrom of close-range orbital combat and deliver its payload to the surface directly from the edge of a planet’s atmosphere.
>It only had small hangars and no drop pod tubes. The Rudense was something new, and it had taken the enemy by surprise many times.
>Explosions burst around the Rudense, and Justinian’s helm lenses darkened against the dazzle. Lasbeams stabbed from the ship’s side out to infinity. The wide rays of defence lasers slammed up from the planet below, but the Rudense was artful at deception, and it was never where the lasers fired.
>A massive explosion ahead sent shivers along the ship. The Space Marines swung below their drop arms. Flaming debris span past, wreathed in dying sparks and glittering ices. An escort of interdiction fighters accelerated and fell in alongside the Rudense, weaving through the turmoil and then off ahead, guns blazing. Justinian’s view of the battle was limited by the projecting shields sheltering the Primaris Space Marines from the deadly impacts of micro shrapnel and direct attack. Behind, the ship’s iron immensity blocked off everything. Somewhere beyond that great metal cliff, larger ships would be fighting.
>For all the fury of the anti-ship fire streaking up from the surface, beneath Justinian’s feet the world floated peacefully by, its ochre surface hazed by the blue of a thi
Yesterday I received my bottle of Le Male from a private seller. After opening it I found out the sprayer doesn't work so I took off the nozzle and cleaned it using hot water. I also used a needle to try to get the nozzle to open up but that didn't do anything either, so I suspect something is wrong with the tube (don't know what to call it). Here are some videos.
Are there any ways to fix the problem? I've been thinking about getting one of those Travalo atomizers. Would one those get the juice out of the bottle?
I don't want to return it, because it's a vintage bottle.
I'm wondering if I may have ruined my extruder by accident.
I noticed very poor extrusion one day after replacing the filament. And one time when I removed the old filament, it got stuck in the Bowden tube so I gave it a tug, and it came loose.
I think that may have caused it.
I have residue inside the extruder, and I have dismantled it as far as I know how. I'm struggling with the blue clamp clip as I write this.
And I have removed the Bowden tube so I could confirm that there's nothing wrong with that.
I did order new Bowden tube, new nozzles and cleaning kit. Should I add extruder to the list as well?
I added a photo of the extruder.
Edit: The extruder is totally fine! :)
I was poking around with the feeder wheel, and i was not aware that it could be removed (new things, not willing to pull to hard).
But the gear came off, and i was able to wipe it off. And now it feeds through the extruder perfectly.
I am still unable to properly feed it through the bowden tube, but atleast the extruder works fine.
Hello. I been using these mini atomizers for my cologne and they work very well. I never had any leaks or anything and I feel comfortable slipping it into my pocket to respray when needed during the day. I like how it comes with metal funnels too so it makes filling up the atomIzers easier. I hated to use the long stray nozzles that come with the kit as it will leak through and it’s not a guaranteed fit with some cologne/perfume nozzles. I also put the multi use labels on the bottom to make it look more presentable and to obviously see which one that I’m using for the day. It’s a great way to carry your fragrances whether traveling, for work or if you simply want to gift a bit of your fragrance/s to someone you know.
I loved the sound of the Moondrop Blessing 2, but the fit was not good for me. The stems / nozzles (?) were too wide. FH5 was too shallow, but the FH7 is a great fit for me with the longer stem (why I've kept it for so long).
Budget - $300 to $700; bonus if it's available on used markets
Source/Amp - Atom stack, E1DA 9038s, BTR5
How the gear will be used - Mostly music
Preferred tonal balance - Honestly not sure how to answer, I've liked the Sundara's w/o EQ and the HD600 w/ Oratory EQ. The Blon bl2 was great tonally, and I've really enjoyed some more mellow music late at night on the HD650. I guess sub-bass isn't a huge deal to me, and mids are important.
Preferred music genre(s) - The Alternative/Indie genres are super huge and wide genres, so here are some examples artists I listen to:
Glass animals, Arctic Monkeys, Strokes, Electric Guest, Discovery, Logic (rap, I know)
Past gear experience - Quite a few sets actually: HD600 + 650 (like), Sundara (love), HD800s (okay), FH7 + FH5 (like), Moondrop Blessing2 (love but too tight), T-50 Argon's, DT1990s + DT770s, Tin P1 (love w/ eq), Ety 4xr
I have a ton more of this and intend to continue it, this is all that's presentable right now. I also completely suck at naming so unless someone else comes up with a better title and titling system for this I'll be calling the overarching story Sol Account and breaking it down, by satisfactory partial conclusions/massive time skips (more than a few months), into parts. With the first being called Blacksite unless someone else comes up with something better and lets me use it. This is all I have readable right now but I'm hoping to post each chapter after this on a monthly schedule and if there's a lot of support for it make a cheap patreon that's 3-5 chapters ahead and has some tips on how I write (not good tips, mind you, I'm a massive idiot, but maybe my stoner philosopher esque take on things like making characters will help someone). Also a warning for very strong language, I get uh, creative, when writing angry characters, though I do not step into anything actively offensive like lgbtphobia, racism, ablism, or general bigotry.
Chapters: Next #Sol
The years came and went, wars fought and won, and eventually reduced all to dust. Humanity had hoped they could build heaven, but even their greatest could only keep Earth stable for a few years. And when the ships landed they were more than willing to join a society that stretched across all the Milky Way. Humanity rose again from its once lively cradle, now naught but radioactive ash, as the Terrans. They were the four-hundred-and-fifty-third civilization to join the Union of Free Systems. These are the collected accounts of the first few Terrans to leave earth. Blissfully unaware of the ships sitting safely outside of their sight. Ensuring they never learn the original purpose of the sol system.
She awoke to the sound of hyperspatial wind battering the bridge across time and space. Her mind nearly slipped back to the battle, but she was well trained and managed to shift herself to the task at hand. She didn’t know where she would end up, not even when she would end up. And with her slipping in and out of hypersleep she couldn’t tell if it had been minutes or years in the swirling cyan and indigo winds. Sometimes she would catch glimpses of a galaxy she hoped was hers, but from too far a distance to be anywhere near it. Other times she... keep reading on reddit ➡
It irks me when I see people refer to what whitewashed history teaches us are asian inventions, all of which are ancient like guns, paper, money, etc. They conveniently ignore the more recent 2 millennia of inventions.
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Hi i am airbrushing an oil and when the 0.3mm needle is pushed fully in (needle sticking out very slightly) ,i dont get any oil spray. To fix this ive pushed the needle so that it is flush with the nozzle ( needle not sticking out at all) and its working well. Am i basically just atomizing the oil through the space between the nozzle and needle rather than the needle when i do this? I am trying to achieve a method to that results in very broad oil dispersion and low concentration, im getting the best results when i am at low pressure and 4" away from the target.