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Granule Sieve --SO?


#1

What did you do like them— or order them or???It’ll
save me time and money to hear your answer… As rio wants plenty
for several screens…calgang


#2

one buys the screen, heats it up and presses it onto a 1 inch or
so length of 1 1/2 inch or greater diam. pvc pipe. trim off the
excess screen and voila, a cheap and very functional granule
sieve. you could also make them stack if you cut apart a couple
of T splitters. geo fox


#3
one buys the screen, heats it up and presses it onto a 1 inch or
so length of 1 1/2 inch or greater diam. pvc pipe. trim off the
excess screen and voila, a cheap and very functional granule
sieve.

Alternatively, you can heat up the screens and press into
rubbermaid stackable leftovers containers (which have had the
bottoms removed). Then cut away the excess screen. Remember to
leave one stackable intact for the bottom of the pile. (idea
comes from John Cogswell).

rd


#4

Alternatively, you can heat up the screens and press into
rubbermaid stackable leftovers containers (which have had the
bottoms removed). Then cut away the excess screen. Remember to
leave one stackable intact for the bottom of the pile. (idea
comes from John Cogswell).

or used yogurt containers- even cheaper! I have seen enamalists
use this “stack” to separate out different sizes of enamel
grains. Anne