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Old 07-15-2013, 10:37 AM   #4926
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Anyone know where you can get good quality weight belts/back support belts from?

My doctor said occasionally she has police officers come in needing a doctors note to get similar back support/weight belts for their job but she did not know where they were going to get them? I need Somthing like that I can wear all the time for core support etc?
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holy crap they got alot of stuff, i wonder if their products are covered under medical plans?
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Old 07-15-2013, 07:25 PM   #4929
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holy crap they got alot of stuff, i wonder if their products are covered under medical plans?
Yes, all it takes is doctor's notes and it's taken care of. They know what to do and what it takes........
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Anyone know where I can get the scraper handle part?
I check Home Depot and Rona, but they only have the pocket size ones that is retractable.
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Damn, saw it somewhere recently. KMS Tools, Princess Auto, or Summit Tools. That kind of stuff won't be at Home Depot, Rona, or Crappy Tire.
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Anyone know where I can get the scraper handle part?
I check Home Depot and Rona, but they only have the pocket size ones that is retractable.
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thing looks very usefull, gotta grab one next time im there
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OCI Butyl Rubber Glue - Accessories from The Retrofit Source Inc

where can i get something similar to this to reseal my headlights?
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where can i get something similar to this to reseal my headlights?
The shit I find out about in here is incredible. Loads better than using silicone seal. I wonder if a place like Acklands Grainger has it.

Perhaps Lordco? We have people on RS who work there.

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The shit I find out about in here is incredible. Loads better than using silicone seal. I wonder if a place like Acklands Grainger has it.

Perhaps Lordco? We have people on RS who work there.

I'd like to know where to get the stuff.
yeah for sure, it's what the oem seal is

if i can't find this, then silicone it is
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*cough* DAP gutter caulking *cough*

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*cough* DAP gutter caulking *cough*
having to use cauking gun? yuk, no thanks.
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jc95, call Lordco by Metrotown and talk to someone at the paint and body desk.

Or if you want to use it from a caulking gun, go to local hardware store and find acoustic sealant. It's also butyl rubber based.
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I have some of that acoustic sealant stuff at home. Good stuff. I guess it'll work on headlights.
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Where to buy chipotle sauce? couldn't find any it at my local safeway.
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Can't believe Safeway doesn't have any. Walmart has a Chipotle BBQ sauce.

Superstore has a bunch of different ones. Save-On, too. I guess anywhere except Safeway, LOL.

You can always get the good stuff at places like Galloways or Gourmet Warehouse.

http://gallowaysfoods.com/index.php/...chipotle-sauce

http://www.gourmetwarehouse.ca/Fisch...Chipotle-Sauce
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For bench dispensation.. I use a small linear actuator instead of the spring in a gun.. it makes the flow much much smoother.

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Air powered, my favourite method. Not practical, if no compressor.

I've always wated to try my Iwata air brush compressor for caulk gun, but have no need to caulk anything at the moment.
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I like arduino + linear actuator / servo motor combo because I can modulate for different elasticity / force.. The package is more manageable than pneumatics because I just lop off the end of a caulk gun, weld the actuator at the end and bob is your uncle. I use cordless drill batteries to power the system. I prefer punching in dispensing cm/s and let the processor and servo do the rest vs setting and modulating psi.

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interesting....... I have an arduino board. Now, the question is, how often do I use a caulk gun to make it worthwhile. I like the idea of incorporating the arduino. Robotics caulk gun.

Where do you get your arduino parts? On-line or locally.
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It depends what parts.. most of the stuff I have on my bench already. I usually reuse the arduino board after I verify the machine, I would layout a proper PCB to be a bit more efficient.

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