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How To Make TB's

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 12, 2005 8:49 pm    Post subject: How To Make TB's Reply with quote

How To Make TB's:

[1. Buy some muffin pans at the cheapo store in your town. Non-stick pans are recommended, although I find that after a while they need to be oiled anyway, so I get the cheaper ones and oil them. - boney]

2. Drop a small quartz crystal chip in each muffin mold. I often use a broken just a dirty, broken crystal chip about the size of your little toenail but if you're new to this you likely won't feel confident doing this. My confidence is based on a couple of years of towerbusting experience, so I know that a TB with a funky little chip will bust an average Entropy tower and I'm stating it for the record.

3. Fill the molds almost to the top with loose metal. Remember that 3oz is sufficient and that the molds are each 4oz. [ I couldn't find 4oz. molds, so I use 3oz. - boney] I want you to get the absolute most bang for your hard-earned or even lazily-obtained buck. 3oz of orgonite in a holly or juniper bush is sufficient for busting most of the single transmitters you?ll encounter and even for turning those frowns of a chapel-full of devil-hating churchgoers upside down.

4. Mix the catalyst with the resin, stir, and pour the resin in by stages until it comes almost up to the brim of the mold after you've put the metal and crystal in. If the metal is too fine to permit the resin to soak through before hardening, mix the metal with the catalyzed resin, then spoon it in like you're making cornbread. You're probably going to learn the hard way to mix in the catalyst first. I'm still learning that lesson from time to time Wink [I pour a tiny amount of resin in the mold first so the top is smooth in case the resin doesn't soak through the metal all the way. - boney]

5. When I'm going to toss out a bunch in town, I paint them green and brown (camo scheme). You'll be surprised how difficult these are to find once they've been tossed.

Notes :

1. The time it takes the TB's to harden will depend on the ambient temperature in the pouring area and the amount of catalyst used. Consult the resin packaging to find out how much catalyst to use. Generally, in cold weather you need more catalyst to get the resin to harden; in warm weather you need less.

2. If the TB's don't pop out of the mold when they are hard, try putting them in the sun or near a heat source. You may have to hammer on the bottom to get them out.

3. Terminated crystals, coils and other gemstones are not necessary for a TB to work. What you need is a piece of quartz, metal shavings, and resin.

4. If your TB's come out sticky, it means you didn't use enough catalyst in the resin. Put them in the sun or near a heat source to harden them up. Worst case, mix some more resin and coat the TB's again.

5. If the TB's come out cracked, they are still usable. It just means you used a little too much catalyst.

6. You can use waxed paper cups instead of muffin pans. Just peel the paper off when they are hard. Sometimes the TB will pop out of a paper cup, but you usually get only one use.
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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2005 6:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Photo of Crystal placed in the center of mold.

You can see the metal is not quite to the top. This allows your pour to completely cover everything. If metal is sticking out then you can cut yourself if not careful.

Here is how the TB looks after the resin has fully cured. Notice it is very shiney and glairy. Very noticable if not barried or placed in a hole.

Green and brown paint works great to camoflous the TB. If tossed on the side of the road they will look like stones. If you are gifting an area that has a certain color tone then paint the TB to match. Matte finish is the best because of the lack of glare.

Also in the photo is a 1oz TB, these are great for surrounding an area that has small cracks and holes which larger 3oz TB won't fit into.


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PostPosted: Tue May 31, 2005 7:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The main thing I have found with TBs is to double the catalyst in colder times--2 teaspoons (10ml) per kilo of catalyst I double to 4, then they cure in 3 hours and fall out easy. If the metal chips are small enough I don't get any cracking, apart from faint ones you can hardly see. I have to mix the metal up with the resin, being small stuff.

I beat a few muffin pans to death before I learnt that one, even the teflon ones where the teflon came out stuck to the resin. So that put me off them, just use basic ones now. Might pluck up the nerve to cut the catalyst now summer is here.

I tried liquid mould release, but don't bother now, they jump out no problem with more catalyst, and it is cheap, 10? for my 44 gallon drum, is what my fibreglass man lets me have it for. They cure a green clour which seems to be from the extra heat you get with more catalyst. I do 12 oz cone HHgs as well like that.

john (UK)
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