I used the reinforced wheels, and even then I went through two of
them. I'd either use the reinforced ones (which are .040", I
believe), or the .040". Once you vorlauf and set the bed, the .040"
slots won't draw any grist through the husk.
Here's my manifold for a 56qt Igloo
On Tue, 04 Feb 2003 00:47:25 GMT, "Glenn L."
>I recently got a Dremel and I figure I can use it to update some equipment.
>My plan is to make a lauter tun using some coiled copper tube. I was
>thinking about cutting a bunch of radial slits every inch or so along the
>length of the tubing. I figure the cut-off wheels that come with the Dremel
>would be ideal. Why buy stuff when making it is so much more of a
>I have the 0.025" and 0.040" wheels. Any idea which would be the better
>opening size for this use? Would the 0.025" tend to clog or would the
>0.040" be too large?
>Any advice would be appreciated.
"Bandits at 3 O'Clock"
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