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If you find proof that the guage is not correct, then you should (if you are capable of such) hack it to be accurate. I hear that ebay sells guages. I think.
 
If you find proof that the guage is not correct, then you should (if you are capable of such) hack it to be accurate. I hear that ebay sells guages. I think.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 23:01, 20 June 2015


Jalenko Burn-out Furnace
Jalenko.jpg
Owner/Loaner PS:One
Serial Number ?
Make/Model Jalenko Model IFC
Arrival Date 2013
Usability yes
Contact Eric Stein
Where hot metals
Authorization Needed no
Hackable no
Estimated Value $70
Host Area {{{hostarea}}}


Jalenko Burn-out Furnace Area: {{{hostarea}}} https://wiki.pumpingstationone.org/Jalenko_Burn-out_Furnace



The temperature gauge on this tool does not work, however it has been heated up to 750 C successfully, graphs and rough temperature guide to follow

To-Do

  • Make some graphs of how fast it will typically heat up over time given different settings and flasks.
  • Get new ceramic drip tray (current one is cracked)
  • Put the PS1 equipment label on a hard tag and wire it to the power cord (affixing it to the equipment itself is unfeasible, it gets too hot.
    • This would be cool to do with anodized aluminum in the laser --Dbever (talk) 22:19, 11 June 2014 (UTC)

If you find proof that the guage is not correct, then you should (if you are capable of such) hack it to be accurate. I hear that ebay sells guages. I think.