disownedpear wrote:I used a high power hot glue gun and gorilla glue
old wrote:disownedpear wrote:I used a high power hot glue gun and gorilla glue
Very funny! I know you were joking around but remember that some of the people reading this forum really don't know what is a joke and what is serious.
jander14indoor wrote:Don't know about source of smaller pipettes, but there are other options.
For applying very small amounts of superglue (I assume that's what you want it for). Two pins stuck through a stick. See: http://www.gryffinaero.com/models/ffpag ... yaapp.html
If you aren't using superglue, then something like this might work. http://www.gryffinaero.com/models/ffpag ... ement.html
Finally, you should be able to thin out a plastic pipette with careful application of heat and a little stretch. That's how they used to be made classically. Actually, used to be glass, but plastic will work too.
Hope that helps,
lllazar wrote:<SNIP> I honestly couldnt get the pins to work - is it because im using thin ca?
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