Posted Tue Mar 16, 2010, 10:25am Subject: Re: Introducing The AlumiDrum: My Homemade Sample Roaster!
Had you thought about patenting it? I think it will sell much better than pop corn popper. I think you have a business to build. A Stove top roaster. Find a good Industrial Designer to help you develop it to a nice product. I think you can make it a $30 kit or $100 small machine.
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Posted Fri Mar 19, 2010, 3:47am Subject: Re: Introducing The AlumiDrum: My Homemade Sample Roaster!
I found an Aluminum bottle with the dimensions: 6.75"x3"
It is also BPA free.
It appears that it needs no modification to mouth, just the addition of veins. You can google "Brunton Aluminum Bottle" or view the link on Amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/Brunton-Aluminum-Water-Bottle-Liter/dp/B002IF1YL4
Anyone else think this may be a good canidate for the SCR?
edit: they have an epoxy coating on the inside:( - you could burn that out though I think?
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