Oozing Goo - The Lava Lamp Syndicate

Hi all, 

I am new to the forums but, I have my original Century lamp from the early '70s that was working fine until I decided to try to add some color back in it two weeks ago. The two drops of blue I used messed up the mix and I have been trying to get it working again now for two weeks with the original wax. I have almost had it working several times.  Last weekend I had it flowing nicely then I moved it to a new location and all it did was sit and go into a tall dome for hours.  So I am still playing with it and have a separated wax from the coil to deal with tonight. I am thinking I may need a dimmer to cool the lamp down a bit but I am not sure.

My real question is this, I have a cracked and split cap and I am wondering if anybody has tried a 3D printer to scan and print caps yet with any success? 

Thanks in advance.

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Oh wow, if you could find someone to 3D print the Century cap, you'd have a lot of friends on your hands! :)

To date, no one here on this forum has done it. 

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