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Make an Air Powered Explosion Simulator [Hack]
posted December 4 2013 12:15.52 by spic0m

This video demonstrates a simple design for safely simulating an explosion, such as what might be used in special effects. The most valuable piece of information this video demonstrates is probably how to modify a sprinkler valve, which is useful for all sorts of air powered projects. One problem that might arise in the valve modification is that the hose fitting threaded into the top might leak around the threads, in which case some epoxy can be applied around the fitting on the inside of the valve housing which should seal it pretty securely.

[Link: NightHawkInLight]

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