List of Monumental sculpture projects 2015

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Tuesday, 3 May 2016

#71 好奇藝術 Kunstkammer 71: PodRide/bicycle car by Mikael Kjellman; teardrop bubble cars; mini taxis; and other small vehicles

#71   好奇藝術 Kunstkammer 71: PodRide; teardrop bubble cars; mini taxis

PodRide a practical and fun bicycle-car by Mikael Kjellman


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Crowdfunding campaign PodRide
PodRide is a four wheeled bicycle with full body, giving a dry and safe ride in all weathers. Run the electric motor and just Cruise along or turn it off and exercise, bike to work all winter, park free in the city center, skip the traffic jams, use both roads and bike paths, no uncomfortable saddle, no driver’s license, cheape to run and great for the environment.

Sunday, 1 May 2016

Japanese camping car

My favorite camping car.  Its a full service house and could park on any parking lot.


Please click the letter you wants to see.

inside the room

Saturday, 30 April 2016

Song Poem Generator

Sat Apr30th2016

故人消息 by sg chow using Song Poem Generator, (tool by Yixuan)



 1       21一笑  41深处  61一片   81不是
 2东风   22黄昏  42  62桃李   82时候
 3何处   23当年  43平生  63人生   83肠断
 4人间   24天涯  44凄凉  64十分   84
 5风流   25相逢  45春色  65心事   85
 6归去   26芳草  46匆匆  66黄花   86昨夜
 7春风   27尊前  47功名  67一声   87行人
 8西风   28一枝  48一点  68佳人   88今夜
 9   29风雨  49无限  69长安   89谁知
10江南  30流水  50今日  70东君   90不似
11相思  31依旧  51天上  71   91江上
12梅花  32风吹  52杨柳  72而今   92悠悠
13千里  33风月  53西湖  73鸳鸯   93几度
14回首  34多情  54桃花  74为谁   94青山
15明月  35故人  55扁舟  75十年   95何时
16多少  36当时  56消息  76去年   96天气
17如今  37无人  57憔悴  77少年   97惟有
18阑干  38斜阳  58何事  78海棠   98一曲
19年年  39不知  59芙蓉  79寂寞   99月明
20万里  40不见  60神仙  80无情 100往事

18阑干  16多少 82时候 11相思 56消息 24天涯 33风月 91江上 59芙蓉  98一曲  9来 76去年 66黄花  42  37无人 38斜阳 95何时 35故人 94青山 56消息


好奇藝術 (Kunstkammer) 1 :: Song Poem Generator DIY Software :: Prose Poem machine by Yixuan :Using Random numbers - or any numbers combinations - to write a Song Prose Poem.

Thursday, 21 April 2016

DIY hdpe plastic

Look at the extruders on the RepRap home 3d printing machine project pages. Also, you would take a steel pipe, coil nichrome wire around it, cover that in plaster, then nest the whole assembly in another pipe with an extruder tip. Put your plastic chips in the tube. Force it through the tip with a plunger of some sort. Maybe try using a hydraulic arbor press like those used in the automotive trade.

Otherwise, consider fusing plastic into sheets, then creating a 2-part mold and forming the hot sheet.

HDPE (#2) and LDPE (#4) have the lowest melting points and emit little or nothing in the way of fumes. And since they are both the same polymer (polyethylene), they can be melted together.

PP (#5) melts at 320 F, but may sometime have additives that emit harmful fumes. 

PET or PETE (#1) has little or nothing in the way of fumes, but doesn't melt until 500 F. 

PS (#6) melts at 465 F, but may often have additives that produce fumes that are much better avoided.

PVC or V (#3) melts around 220-265 F, but always produces very nasty, harmful, dangerous fumes. Don't try this at home, kids. DANGER, WILL ROBINSON! AVOID AVOID AVOID.

Safe Plastics For Food and Drink

April 24, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin

Food Safe Plastics
Plastics that come in contact with your food or drink ‘should’ be safe based on the following general information. Look for the Recycle symbol (often on the bottom of the container) and read the number located inside the symbol.

The following list cross-references the recycle number (recycling symbol) with what is generally considered safe for food (or not safe).
melt hdpe at 350f = 176.667c

Plastic Identification Codes

HDPE has a melting point of 266 degrees Fahrenheit = 130c. When it gets toward that level, it gets tacky but doesn't completely melt, and can be formed into solid blocks without causing fumes.

    For common commercial grades of medium- and high-density polyethylene the melting point is typically in the range 120 to 180 °C (248 to 356 °F). The melting point for average, commercial, low-density polyethylene is typically 105 to 115 °C (221 to 239 °F).
Paraffin wax generally ignites at the following temperatures, depending upon the additives you mix into the wax:

  • Paraffin wax without additives: 199˚C (390˚F).  white kind
  • Paraffin wax with additives: 249˚C (480˚F). fragrants ?