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I've Created A Custom Glitter Lamp

Started this discussion. Last reply by Claude J Apr 14. 5 Replies

This is my first attempt and it looks good. I used large multi colored sparkling glitter and didn't dye the water. I'm wondering if I should try using smaller glitter next time. Continue

What is the trademark?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Johnny Feb 13, 2018. 16 Replies

Anybody know what Lifespan Brand's trademark is? I only ask because Paul, the CEO of the company that bought Lifespan Brands, claims I am using their trademarks. Here is the answer from their own…Continue

I'm making rocket shaped lava lamps with ferrofluid inside.

Started this discussion. Last reply by k-nano Feb 7, 2018. 4 Replies

I unveiled the first ever ferrofluid (magnetic liquid) lava lamp back in 2015. In 2017 finally got a…Continue

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What is your favorite 'flow'?

Started this discussion. Last reply by andy ross May 27, 2016. 3 Replies

Some of you may remember me, I'm the guy that made his own motion lamp by replacing the wax with ferrofluid. I'm playing around with the formula and have figured out how to 'tune' the flow of the…Continue

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Claude J replied to k-nano's discussion I've Created A Custom Glitter Lamp
"not fascinating captain A tad Cloudy"
Apr 14
k-nano replied to k-nano's discussion I've Created A Custom Glitter Lamp
"How were your results?"
Apr 14
Claude J replied to k-nano's discussion I've Created A Custom Glitter Lamp
"Ive experimented with Calcium chloride and Calcium nitrate before"
Apr 13
k-nano replied to k-nano's discussion I've Created A Custom Glitter Lamp
"I made my own formula. It doesn’t use any nasty solvents. I saw some posts claiming glitter lamps are difficult and thought I’d challenge that notion. I did some research and had a theoretical formulation in a few hours. I bought…"
Apr 13
Claude J replied to k-nano's discussion I've Created A Custom Glitter Lamp
"What did you use for fluid? Looks slow moving"
Apr 12
k-nano posted a discussion

I've Created A Custom Glitter Lamp

This is my first attempt and it looks good. I used large multi colored sparkling glitter and didn't dye the water. I'm wondering if I should try using smaller glitter next time. See More
Apr 12
k-nano replied to Kelly's discussion Source for Bulbs
"I have my own sources in China. You would be buying from my company, Inspired Designs LLC. It's basically like being a very small light bulb distributor. It's just something I do on the side because I needed my own custom bulbs for my…"
Apr 7
k-nano replied to Kelly's discussion Source for Bulbs
"I have plenty of 15 watt bulbs. I used to have plenty of 30 watts, but sold them all. All R39 E17 and direct from the manufacturer and unused. I buy about 1000 at a time. "
Apr 1
k-nano replied to Kelly's discussion Source for Bulbs
"What watt bulbs do you need?"
Mar 31
k-nano liked BaBa-Gooey's discussion Hope for the future?
Mar 23
k-nano replied to Astralav's discussion Toxicity of our lamps
"Neither of those links work for me. I think you raise some good questions. I want to point out that you shouldn't blindly take the word of the manufacturer as truth when it comes to this. I also want to point out that just because there are…"
Mar 23
k-nano replied to ddblues's discussion Best Goo Formula?
"Could you share a link to the patents your referring to?"
Mar 22
k-nano replied to BaBa-Gooey's discussion Schylling Quality Control Part 3 - Beating A Dead Horse
"I actually have seen the long column flow your describing. I have done it with the ferrofluid. However, that particular formulation doesn't hold up well in shipping. If I do more R&D I may be able to fix that.  Are you saying that…"
Mar 11
k-nano replied to BaBa-Gooey's discussion Schylling Quality Control Part 3 - Beating A Dead Horse
"You see in the old school wax formulation, chlorinated solvents had to be added to the wax in order to increase it's density to be above that of water. Chlorinated compounds in general tend to be more dense than water and immiscible with the…"
Mar 11
k-nano replied to BaBa-Gooey's discussion Schylling Quality Control Part 3 - Beating A Dead Horse
"My ferrofluid lava lamps do flow on their own like lava lamps. They are literally ferrowax lamps. They behave just like a lava lamp except the "lava" is also highly magnetic."
Mar 11
k-nano replied to BaBa-Gooey's discussion Schylling Quality Control Part 3 - Beating A Dead Horse
"I've done a tremendous amount of research on the lava lamp. It's history, it's formulation etc. I think the issue is a little more complicated than it seems on the surface. There's been a lot of name changes, but the US company…"
Mar 10

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Something Interesting About Me:
I love science
Where I Live:
USA
My First Lava Lamp was:
from Spencers
My Collection Includes this many Lava Lamps:
about a dozen over the years
My Favorite Lava Lamp is:
made with my own recipe

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