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Old 17-12-2015, 06:48 PM   #1
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BMD new design ,double ended wax container

Hi ,we have just made this new design in wax containers,it holds 2 x 200 ml of wax each one being accessible from one end,lids and stand on this one are made from American Walnut wood,optional stands and laser engraving to lids ,what do you think folks ?



















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Old 17-12-2015, 07:26 PM   #2
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BMD new design ,double ended wax container

Quite quirky, like it

Couple of questions Stevie if I can..?

Will anything separate the waxes as in say a thin plastic shim?

Guessing the wooden lids have more than enough weight in them to stop it tipping (when on the stand) if you use one of the waxes a lot more than the other?!

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It's different! Can't make my mind up if I like it or not. I would be scared of dropping it and smashing it.lol
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Nah, doesn't do it for me either.

Whereas the aluminium billet piston design you've done is stunning!!
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Wow that's innovative, never seen anything like that before.

Like it very much. It's a from me.
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Old 17-12-2015, 07:40 PM   #6
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like it, very different
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Quite quirky, like it

Couple of questions Stevie if I can..?

Will anything separate the waxes as in say a thin plastic shim?

Guessing the wooden lids have more than enough weight in them to stop it tipping (when on the stand) if you use one of the waxes a lot more than the other?!
Yes there will be a clear acrylic disc separating each wax and yes the lids are heavy enough ,next stands will be a little bit wider
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Do admire your craftmanship
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It's different! Can't make my mind up if I like it or not. I would be scared of dropping it and smashing it.lol
Its made of Hardwood and acrylic ,so will stand up to a good bit of abuse .
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